binary options

Discussion in 'Options' started by alsimpson88, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. does anibody trade in Binary Options?
    Im getting some very good reports for 777 binary and been looking around their web page that is very friendly,I think ,I will try them.They look very solid:cool:
     
  2. marketsurfer

    marketsurfer Vendor

    I would only trade with the largest binary option brokers around. lots of those little guys are very shaky and could easily just close up shop
    <a href="http://ads.anyoption.com/redirect.aspx?pid=3801&bid=5515" target="_blank" ><img src="http://ads.anyoption.com/renderImage.aspx?pid=3801&bid=5515" border=0 style="display:none" ></img > although it does look like some of the larger dealers are reputable</a>

    Heck, it only costs $25.00 to give it a try, the cheapest way to trade.

    surf
     
  3. A 30% vig to trade an ATM digital at anyoption.
     
  4. OP obviously a shill.
     
  5. marketsurfer

    marketsurfer Vendor

    True, but how else can small retail access? Nadex doesn't have the variety.

    surf
     
  6. You can't replicate a "daily digital" with a vanilla, but you're playing Keno at anyoption. Nadex does have ATM digitals. There are 23 ITM -> OTM daily option strikes on gold alone. Strikes every $3.
     
  7. marketsurfer

    marketsurfer Vendor

    Variety of underlying. Where else can retail trade binaries on individual companies and this list than <a href="http://ads.anyoption.com/redirect.aspx?pid=3801&bid=5506" target="_blank" ><img src="http://ads.anyoption.com/renderImage.aspx?pid=3801&bid=5506" border=0 style="display:none" ></img >anyoption?</a>

    I know its casino like but where else can retail go for this kind of access?

    INDICES
    UNITED STATES
    Dow Jones
    Nasdaq
    Nasdaq 100 Fut
    S&P 500
    S&P Future
    Vix
    EUROPE
    CAC 40
    Cac Future
    DAX
    DAX Future
    FTSE 100
    FTSE IT All-Share
    FTSE MIB
    IBEX35 (Spain)
    MDAX
    PSI 20
    RTS FUTURE
    TECDAX
    AMERICAS
    IPC (Mexico)
    ASIA PACIFIC
    Bombay 30
    Hang Seng
    KLSE Future
    KOSPI (Seoul)
    Nikkei 225
    SP/ASX200 Sydney
    SSE180 (Shanghai)
    Straits Times (SG)
    TAIEX (Taiwan)
    TOPIX500 (Tokyo)
    MIDDLE EAST
    Dubai
    Tel Aviv 25
    CURRENCY PAIRS

    AUD/USD
    EUR/GBP
    EUR/JPY
    EUR/USD
    GBP/JPY
    GBP/USD
    NZD/USD
    USD/CHF
    USD/JPY
    COMMODITIES

    Copper
    Gold
    Oil
    Silver
    STOCKS
    UNITED STATES
    AIG
    Amazon
    America Movil
    Apple
    Baidu
    Bank of America
    Check Point
    Cisco Systems
    Citigroup
    Exxon Mobil
    facebook
    Goldcorp
    Goldman Sachs
    Google
    Intel
    JPMorgan Chase
    Las Vegas Sands
    McDonalds
    Microsoft
    Morgan Stanley
    Noble Energy
    Pfizer
    Silver Wheaton
    SINA Corporation
    Teva
    Turkcell NYSE
    Walt Disney
    EUROPE
    Akbank Turk
    Allianz
    Banco Santander
    Barclays
    BBVA
    British Petroleum
    Daimler AG
    Deutsche Bank
    E.ON
    EDF
    France Telecom
    GAZPROM
    Generali
    Intesa Sanpaolo
    ISBANK
    Renault
    ROSNEFT
    SBERBANK
    Societe Generale
    Telecom Italia
    Telefonica
    Tesco
    Turkcell
    Unicredit
    Vodafone
    ASIA PACIFIC
    ANZ Bank
    BHP Billiton
    CPIC Group
    Industrial Bank
    Mitsubishi
    Ping An Insurance
    Tata Motors
    Toyota Motor
    OPTION+

    Apple
    AUD/USD
    DAX Future
    EUR/USD
    facebook
    FTSE MIB
    GBP/USD
    Gold
    Oil
    S&P Future
     
  8. [​IMG]
     
  9. I follow, but I don't care if they have every listed ticker, globally. It's a horrific edge loss. Consider an ATM option trading at 3.00 on CBOE and paying 4.00 for the privilege of using anyoption. The point that it's not replicable (only venue) is not much of a comfort.
     
    #10     Feb 11, 2013