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Binary Options: Understand the risks and consequences

We hear more and more about binary options. And more and more people tradent these binary options. It has become since the crisis a very popular stock investment derivative. 481 more words

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Australia Buy Signal not confirmed!!! Revised count...

Unfortunately, the 10-year Aussie coudn’t hold levels above 97.545/55 which indicates that a major 5 Wave advance is most probably over. As long as do not see levels above 97.60 we are in bear-mode. 77 more words

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How to find the best binary options broker

Using a binary options broker as  is essential for anyone who wishes to trading on binary options to increase its income. He must choose the broker that will provide you the services that will help you get started in these operations successfully. 481 more words

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A New High and a Cautious Advance

The NASDAQ Composite Index made a new all time high this week.  That doesn’t sound like much when you realize that you have to go back to March of… 442 more words


Technical analysis and fundamental analysis on the stock market and in the Options Binary

Technical analysis and fundamental analysis on the stock market and Binary Options

To achieve profitable operations in binary options, it is important to take into account certain factors and understand the analytical tools. 456 more words

Binary Options

NASDAQ at an all-time high ...significance?

The NASDAQ Composite index closed yesterday at a level of 5056.06.  That’s an all-time high, surpassing the previous peak of 5048.62 achieved on March 10, 2000.   376 more words

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Comment to post: Australia 10 Year - Buy Signal genereated

Our buy signal was generated at 97.545/55 and we are now trading at 97.475, thus around 7bps off-side which is not a great start. This is mostly due to yesterdays sharp sell-off in core markets and on top of that NAB (National Bank of Australia) rvised their view for a RBA “cut” in May to a “hold” which I guess leads to more underperformance. 29 more words

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