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    What is the market that brokers registered invest ? !!!

    Yes, this question is relevant.

    Assuming that a broker has an order book of $ 1,000,000.00 call, and $ 50,000.00 to put, if the call succeeds, where does the $ 800,000.00?

    1.Is there any clubs between brokers, type of betting, always able to ensure the highest return in the event of victory?

    2.Or yet none brokerage puts absolutely nothing on the market, assuming that 90% of traders lose everything?

    What kind of real market exists, which is able to return 80% in case of victory of order?

    I await the vision of those who understand the operation of the binary options market.

    Thank you
    Last edited by tretonis; 10-06-2014 at 01:06 PM.

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    Legendry Member Okane's Avatar
    First I would like to say that IF we ASSUME that exactly 1 million people take a call
    on the same asset which has the exact SAME payout AND also they would all have to have the
    exact SAME investment amount, the same EXPIRY.
    As you can see there are too many variables that have to be satisfied. Brokers to tend to
    lower the payout during such circumstances and I have noticed how they payout of one asset can suddenly
    decrease about 10-20% for a moment. This is to adjust for the payments.

    However, I think you are right about the majority of traders losing money, at least the beginners.
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    What I wanna know is where the money comes from a broker in order in case of profit order.

    Most brokers pay for High / Low around 80% in case of victory when the markets are open.

    This site publishes a report on such and such broker, saying whether or not it is a scam. But in the case of regularized real market in which they open orders with these astronomical percentage?

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    Legendry Member Okane's Avatar
    Money comes from others traders trades. Losers pay winners and the brokers.
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    You're telling me what I already knew.

    So "Binary Options", makes the trader sweat with their analyzes and studies the real market, but in time to pay behaves like a casino among the traders own.

    I still hope that someone will come here in this forum and tell me if they have somewhere centralize all bets traders.

    What makes this BO very dangerous, imagine if there is a strategy that achieves the incredible mark of 75% profit and most traders start using it.In this case the money from the losers will not be sufficient to pay the winners.

  6. #6
    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    HI mate, try this thread - http://forums.binaryoptionsthatsuck....ke-their-money

    What makes this BO very dangerous, imagine if there is a strategy that achieves the incredible mark of 75% profit and most traders start using it.In this case the money from the losers will not be sufficient to pay the winners.
    In such case they'll lower your payout.

    So "Binary Options", makes the trader sweat with their analyzes and studies the real market, but in time to pay behaves like a casino among the traders own.
    more or less correct. Same as many FX brokers actually, although in the FX industry things have developed to become a real market place. The same thing, slowly, is beginning to happen in the US - sooner or later we'll see binary options market places. That'll sure change the game, lower the payout, but make it much safer to traders.
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    more or less correct. Same as many FX brokers actually, although in the FX industry things have developed to become a real market place. The same thing, slowly, is beginning to happen in the US - sooner or later we'll see binary options market places. That'll sure change the game, lower the payout, but make it much safer to traders.
    Dear Martin, In the case of FX brokers regulated, there is the possibility of opening a real order in the market through banks, buying or selling certain assets, which at the end I guarantee profit or prejudice, based on the difference of these assets.

    Already on binary options no real market will pay me 70% in 60 seconds.
    Last edited by tretonis; 10-07-2014 at 12:50 PM.

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    Moderator Kolyo's Avatar
    Actually Binary Options are derivative instruments like vannilas and other types of options.

    They can not be sold or bought on InterBank market for example like forex futures or CFD contracts. As Martin already said some BO marketplaces already appear on the scene and allow trading BO between the traders, but most of the BO are traded inside the brokerage firms between you and the broker and that is not something bad if the brokes are correct. Almost 90% of retail forex volume is traded inside the big forex brokes and they offset to the real market only the net long or short positions which are in many cases much smaller than the total traded volume. So I don't see something strange for BO too. We are searching for good execution, good price feed, good returns on winers and after all - honest and highly liquide brokers that will pay your profits in all cases. That's it. Such brokers exists and trading with them is smooth in most situations.

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    Remember that in binary options, percentage of profit appears before opening the order in brokerage.

    In theory they do not know who will win or who will lose, because when this result is not handled by them, depends on the real market

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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    In the case of FX brokers regulated, there is the possibility of opening a real order in the market through banks, buying or selling certain assets, which at the end I guarantee profit or prejudice, based on the difference of these assets.
    Exactly as I said- lots have happened since the beginning of FX markets.

    In theory they do not know who will win or who will lose, because when this result is not handled by them, depends on the real market
    If I'm willing to sell an option at 70% and you're willing to take that risk - we have a market place. Ofcourse such trade-off would require more sophisticated bots and algorithms, but I can see that happening in the long run.
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