Sunday, October 21, 2012

You're Finished If You Don't Know This Binary Options 18th Oct 2012 Russell

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If you trade binary options and don't realise that it's the big trading houses and banks that control the market then you are finished in trading binary options or spreadbetting before you ever start. Why because they can make it seem the market is going down or up and then they can reverse it in seconds. It's called program trading or high frequency trading. They use complex trading robots or bots to buy or sell thousands upon thousands of orders in milliseconds. If you are not aware of this you will lose in the long run.
Forget all these spin doctors telling you the market is going up or down because of xy or z is happening. Outside factors for the most part don't matter as they will often make the market go up on bad news and down on good news. The bots are in control and if you really want to make money do your homework about them and you will lose a lot less.
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A central feature of financial betting is the fixed risk nature which allows market participants to limit the risk to a known amount. When one opens a bet (long or short) they know beforehand what risk they are taking. What important here is that you can exit your bet at any time before settlement thus you have an option of minimizing the risk even further. The same can be applied to the winning bets (you can collect the win before the settlement time).
Liquidity is always provided and is achieved by the bookmaker acting as a market maker, always being willing to sell bets to a buyer, and in the case it is permitted, to buy bets back from a participant wanting to sell the bet before it expires.
A central feature of financial betting is leverage. The benefit of leverage to the participant is that it allows a greater percentage change in capital than if it were invested directly in the underlying asset. This makes financial betting less capital intensive than trading directly on securities exchanges.As defined by the U.S. Supreme Court a Bucket shop is "[a]n establishment, nominally for the transaction of a stock exchange business, or business of similar character, but really for the registration of bets, or wagers, usually for small amounts, on the rise or fall of the prices of stocks, grain, oil, etc., there being no transfer or delivery of the stock or commodities nominally dealt in."[1] People often mistakenly interchange the words bucket shop and boiler room, but there is actually a significant difference. A boiler room has been defined as a place where high-pressure salespeople use banks of telephones to call lists of potential investors (known as "sucker lists") in order to peddle speculative, even fraudulent, securities. However, with a bucket shop, it could be better thought of as a place where people go to make “side bets” – similar to a bookie.
The term Bucket Shop is a defined term under the criminal law of many states in the United States which make it a crime to operate a bucket shop.[2] Typically the criminal law definition refers to an operation in which the customer is sold what is supposed to be a derivative interest in a security or commodity future, but there is no transaction made on any exchange. The transaction goes 'in the bucket' and is never executed. Without an actual underlying transaction, the customer is betting against the bucket shop operator, not participating in the market. Alternatively, the bucket shop operator "literally 'plays the bank,' as in a gambling house, against the customer." [3] Operating a bucket shop in the United States would also likely involve violations of several provisions of federal securities or commodity futures laws.[4]
A person who engages in the practice is referred to as a bucketeer and the practice is sometimes referred to as bucketeering.  links to our July Charts  August charts   here are links to more September charts  October charts Binary options