Binary.com, Topoption, or Yesoption Binary Broker

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Hi, i'll be starting out out in trading binary options and I was hoping someone can tell me if these are good brokers? I want to try and avoid brokers that don't return deposits etc. Thanks
 
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In recent years there has been a vogue for Binary Options sites to appear which are marketed to the online casino player, using the same kinds of terminology (offering get rich quick wins, bonuses, video promotions etc). The difference with Binary.com is that it existed long before these sites and was used with confidence on here by members under its previous name BetOnMarkets or BOM.

I trust this company to return deposits and pay me if I profit. I first used them in 2005!
 

moka2

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Hi, i'll be starting out out in trading binary options and I was hoping someone can tell me if these are good brokers? I want to try and avoid brokers that don't return deposits etc. Thanks
Try Nadex in US or Cantor in US I won;t touch an other flashy once
Or better build your own binary using Exchaneg traded options
 

yellowfloyd

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Try FCA Regulated broker if you want to do binary options!
 
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Hi, i'll be starting out out in trading binary options and I was hoping someone can tell me if these are good brokers? I want to try and avoid brokers that don't return deposits etc. Thanks
Just stay away from safe-options and optionow... They will never give you anything back not even part of your initial deposit

Pierre M
 
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At safe-options the broker sends you the wrong signals to make you lose your balance. Shame. At optionow, two weeks to try and process part of my initial deposit. They also do not show the transaction history to hide their sins. Pretty shameful indeed...
 

sun11

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Binary.com is old & trusted. Previously known as betonmarket.com. They pays within 24 hours. Minimum deposit is $5. Smallest bet size 0.50 cent which is helpful for new traders.
 

moka2

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Binary.com is old & trusted. Previously known as betonmarket.com. They pays within 24 hours. Minimum deposit is $5. Smallest bet size 0.50 cent which is helpful for new traders.
1) So what about client money safety? in the country they are based?
2) How do you know there is a conflict of interest? for you to win they (may) have to loose!
 
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Binary.com is old & trusted. Previously known as betonmarket.com. They pays within 24 hours. Minimum deposit is $5. Smallest bet size 0.50 cent which is helpful for new traders.
Superb!! From which country do binary.com operate? Are they US based? I heard that 24option are great but still never tried them as yet.

Pierre M
 
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Try to avoid using safe-option, optionow and imperial options. I stumbled on them just because of their commercialized lousy robots which make you lose just money. Are there any good software out there that can reap some respectable profits? Really doubt it as no broker is going to accept losing his commissions on the long run!
 

sun11

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1) So what about client money safety? in the country they are based?
2) How do you know there is a conflict of interest? for you to win they (may) have to loose!

Superb!! From which country do binary.com operate? Are they US based? I heard that 24option are great but still never tried them as yet.

Pierre M

They have 3 company address. Malta,Isle of Man & Malaysia. More details you can find in company site.
Lots of people trade large stake with them. Though most of them are gamblers. They trade with tick charts. So far still now, they pays me with in 24 hours. But my account size is small. I find it hard to make money with such risk/reward ratio with binary options.

Binary.com is famous because of that tick trade. I don't know other brokers allows that or not.

Regards
 
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in the UK I have been usin NENX can do anything from 10second to five min bets. ive been paid always on time and the app is regulated by the uk gamblinfg regulators i like the app it has pushed me to better my understamding of this world of trading.

im looking to try 24options once i have a bigger bankroll does anyone have any experience with it as i will be making a larger investment than with NENX does anyone have anything to say about them not paying out?
 
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Binary.com (the old betonmarkets.com) and NADEX are two of the older players in the market, with the second regulated in the US.

24option, Banc de Binary, Anyoption etc. are all operating with licences from Cyprus, so I'd steer clear from them.
 

moka2

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Binary.com (the old betonmarkets.com) and NADEX are two of the older players in the market, with the second regulated in the US.

24option, Banc de Binary, Anyoption etc. are all operating with licences from Cyprus, so I'd steer clear from them.
Binary.com is in Malta so Malta/ Cyprus much of a muchness
Some brokers say Oh but your money is safe because it is kept in a seg a/c in a Bank
But don;t forget that is the regulation but if the firm is dishonest and if money does not ever go to the " Bank" what good is that!

Only Nadex and Cantor exchange ( less popular) is CFTC regulated
BUT don;t forget you are still playing against the house! :rolleyes:

Stick to UK based FSA regulated providers so you have FSIC coverage... and make sure you play in NON Market Maker product
 
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Honestly? Why would anyone think that Binary.com is any better than any other broker? They are regulated by the MFSA (Malta Financial Services Authority) as opposed to CySEC which regulates most other brokers.

I don't have a downer on Binary.com but you pays your money and takes your choice; they are no better or worse than any other broker that has been around for a while. From this list for my money I'd probably pick 24Option who have been in the game a long while or perhaps Stockpair if you fancy having the ability to trade pairs http://www.binaryoptionsinvestor.net/brokers/
 
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Binary.com is in Malta so Malta/ Cyprus much of a muchness
Some brokers say Oh but your money is safe because it is kept in a seg a/c in a Bank
But don;t forget that is the regulation but if the firm is dishonest and if money does not ever go to the " Bank" what good is that!

Only Nadex and Cantor exchange ( less popular) is CFTC regulated
BUT don;t forget you are still playing against the house! :rolleyes:

Stick to UK based FSA regulated providers so you have FSIC coverage... and make sure you play in NON Market Maker product
Agreed about Malta. In terms of money protection and following regulations they are less attractive than an FCA regulated broker. But still - the fact that they are still in business and the complaints about them are few and far between has to be taken into account.
 
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