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binary options day tradingBinary options day trading has experienced a recent popularity surge, and as a result new online trading sites for binary options are turning up practically every day. Binary options day trading is different from other more conventional types of investments, but are still subject to laws governing the buying and selling of assets such as securities and commodities. Unfortunately, many online binary options day trading sites are not registered with any government regulatory or supervising body and as such may not be compliant with federal laws and regulations. More importantly, however, they may be avoiding government regulation in order to take advantage of you. This article will help you arm yourself against the most common types of binary options fraud.

Binary Options Day Trading Systems

Binary options trading platforms have been developed in a special way to combat the negative effects of the psychology of humans. This is why some of the biggest financial firms use systems with different models and algorithms while most of the retail traders have a system of rules. The binary options day trading help lots of investors to find profitable assets and find the proper entry position. Usually the systems use technical analysis to recognize the important factors.

Relative strength index Archives – Binary Options Portal

When we talk about binary options day trading, we see some custom tools, including MACD, Relative Strength index and stochastic indicator. These indicators also go along with MetaTrader 4 platforms. Therefore, it is advised to be careful about the selection of trade type while using these tools for assessing the assets.

Binary options trading platform is constantly improving with the addition of new tools and indicators. Apart from the regular tools and indicators, that we often experience both in Forex and Options Trading, new inventions have been made to bring more advancement in options trading.


(CNN)Trading punches. Watching ripples. Remembering a legend. It’s Thursday, and here are the 5 things you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.

1. Campaign 2016

The gloves are officially off, at least on the Democratic side of this wacky nomination race. Yesterday Team Sanders and Team Clinton traded body blows, with Sanders saying Clinton wasn’t “qualified” to be president, you know with her accepting that Wall Street money and all. Earlier in the day Clinton wondered out loud if Sanders was even a Democrat, much less “ready to be president,” since he kind of bombed in an interview with a media outlet last weekend. And to think we always considered this match-up the more civil of the two.



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    Two top European StarCraft players have been removed from the World Championship Series amidst an ongoing investigation into wintrading.

    Alexis “MarineLorD” Esuebio and Adrien “DnS” Bouet have been have also been barred from entering the WCS Spring Championship as a result of the investigation.

    MarinelorD is one of the region’s brightest talents, spearheading France to their NationWars III victory in January, which marked the first time South Korea have been beaten at the event. He finished 21-2 at the event, securing four 5-0 all kills including against Korea.

    The player had already qualified for the $150,000 WCS Spring Championship through the French national qualifier. A replacement in that competition has not been announced.

    DnS, a fellow French player, has enjoyed less success but is on the cusp of the top 50 in Europe.

    The investigation is the second such scandal to hit the StarCraft scene this year. In February, former WCS champion Lee “Life” Seung Hyun was arrested by prosecutors in Korea on charges of receiving money to fix matches. The outcome of those charges has yet to come to light.

    The pair have been replaced by Alexandr “Bly” Svusuyk and Szymon “Guru” Nieciag.

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