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    Rookie Member

    CURRENT LIST OF BROKERS ACCEPTING US CLIENTS (not sure if any are bad or good exc.MW) !!!

    So a lot of brokers (believe it or not) still accept US clients, i may not get every broker, but i found some new ones (Warning, a lot of PandaTS brokers) (No i dont promote any of these brokers either i just need to see if anyone has had success with them i.e. MarketsWorld which has a good reputation.)

    binarybanc.com (PandaTS)
    askoption.com (PandaTS)
    ctoption.com (PandaTS)
    porterfinance.com (PandaTS)
    tropicaltrade.com (PandaTS)
    daltonfinance.com (PandaTS)
    99binary.com (PandaTS)
    wynnfinance.com (PandaTS Mod?)
    saxontrade.com (TechFinancials)
    tradorax.com (TechFinancials)
    planetoption.com (TechFinancials)
    buzztrade.com (TechFinancials?)
    capitalbankmarkets.com (TechFinancials?)
    finpari.com (SpotOption)
    marketsworld.com (Self Made Platform)
    tradethunder.com (Bx8 by Leverate)
    allgotrade.com (Bx8 by Leverate)
    expertoption.com (IQoption mod?)
    myboption.com (Unknown Platform #1)
    glenridgecapital.com (Unknown Platform #2)
    mortonfinance.com (Unknown Platform #2)
    binarymate.com (Unknown Platform #3)
    tradescapital.com (Unknown Platform #4)
    supabinary.com (Unknown Platform #5)
    eclipse-finance.com (Unknown Platform #6)
    swedbinary.com (Unknown Platform #7)
    earnmoney-options.com (Unknown Platform #8)
    ok-options.com (Unknown Platform #9)
    light-options.com (Unknown Platform #10)


    Ok if you want to add to the list feel free.
    Last edited by Nairo; 07-05-2016 at 02:24 AM. Reason: UPDATE

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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    thanks for sharing, most brands sounds familiar, however I cannot say the same regarding their reputation..
    “Don't believe anything you read on the net. Except this. Well, including this, I suppose.” ― Douglas Adams

  3. #3
    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Nairo View Post
    So a lot of brokers (believe it or not) still accept US clients, i may not get every broker, but i found some new ones (Warning, a lot of PandaTS brokers) (No i dont promote any of these brokers either i just need to see if anyone has had success with them i.e. MarketsWorld which has a good reputation.)

    binarybanc.com (PandaTS)
    askoption.com (PandaTS)
    ctoption.com (PandaTS)
    porterfinance.com (PandaTS)
    tropicaltrade.com (PandaTS)
    daltonfinance.com (PandaTS)
    saxontrade.com (TechFinancials)
    tradorax.com (TechFinancials)
    finpari.com (SpotOption)
    marketsworld.com (Self Made Platform)
    tradethunder,com (Bx8 by Leverate)
    allgotrade.com (Bx8 by Leverate)
    myboption.com (Unknown Platform #1)
    glenridgecapital.com (Unknown Platform #2)
    mortonfinance.com (Unknown Platform #2)
    binarymate.com (Unknown Platform #3)

    Ok if you want to add to the list feel free.
    Thanks for the info

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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    Thank you for data information share wit us. It needs to separate good/bad brokers.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    I think your best bet for US traders is NADEX. Just saying, regulated, good payout ratios, easy to learn,

    NADEX Binary Options

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    Active Member StumbleTraderDB's Avatar
    Easy to learn? From the peek I took and what I've heard from others, it is not as easy as other BO trading. The main thing for me, though, is that they seem to require $100 MINIMUM trades! Too rich for my taste, or any beginner who can't afford to lose $1000 without blinking. Otherwise, with it being in the US and regulated -- and regulated by a TRADE regulator, not a gambling regulator, yes? -- and the trading is actually trading, not just betting on the market movement (I know, splitting hairs for some people) it would absolutely be my choice.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by StumbleTraderDB View Post
    Easy to learn? From the peek I took and what I've heard from others, it is not as easy as other BO trading. The main thing for me, though, is that they seem to require $100 MINIMUM trades! Too rich for my taste, or any beginner who can't afford to lose $1000 without blinking. Otherwise, with it being in the US and regulated -- and regulated by a TRADE regulator, not a gambling regulator, yes? -- and the trading is actually trading, not just betting on the market movement (I know, splitting hairs for some people) it would absolutely be my choice.
    $100 minimum trades is wrong, that is the minimum deposit. Trades are about $50 per lot, depending on itm atm or otm strike prices. They are different from EU binary, but easy to learn, much more fun, better action, better payouts.

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