bitcoin-multiplier CFD/Forex 

IQ Option to x25 Multipliers for Crypto CFD

A multiplier is a trading tool that is based on the use of borrowed capital. By using a multiplier, the trader can control a position that is greater than the amount of funds at his disposal. For example, when opening a $100 position and using an x10 multiplier your potential profit (and loss) will be calculated as if you were investing $1,000. IQ Option is now officially the only broker to offer x25 multiplier for Bitcoin CFD and x20 for Ethereum CFD. Bitcoin Multiplier Bitcoin and Ethereum are the world’s…

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Binary-Group-ICO Options (CFD/FX) Brokers 

Binary.com is offering up to 10 million digital tokens through its ICO

Binary.com, the pioneer in online binary options trading, announced it will be performing an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) that gives potential investors an opportunity to invest in the company’s future. Binary.com is offering up to 10 million digital tokens through its ICO –– all of which will be available through an open auction on its website. By purchasing the tokens, investors are granted exclusive token holder rights. These rights entitle them to receive payments equivalent to shareholder dividends, as well as convert tokens into ordinary shares. Binary.com is owned (81%)…

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cfd-fx-options Options (CFD/FX) strategy 

Pips Striker – profitable indicator for binary options

Many traders looking for indicator without repaint. For them does not matter that such a indicator can give false signals. The main thing is that the indicator is not repaint. If you really want to get a profitable indicator for binary options or CFD/Forex without repainting, then this article is about it. I warn you once, it is only indicator for the full trading in binary options with its use, will need additional filters. We’ll talk about this below. This indicator without repaint called Forex CFD Pips Striker Indicator v2.…

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bb-2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Five best indicators for binary options trading

All binary options indicators are categorized into the following types. It is therefore important to understand the types of indicators rather than focus on tons of endless indicators that promise to make you rich. Moving Average: The Moving Average indicator is probably one of the best trend based indicator that is available. It is flexible as it allows traders a lot of modifications such as setting the period to Close or Open, High or Low as well as changing the period and not to forget the different moving averages such…

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Fibonacci Lines-2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Fibonacci Lines in Trading

Fibonacci Lines are a powerful technical analysis tool that can be applied to both downward and upward trends, all assets and timeframes. The tool is represented on a price chart as a collection of horizontal lines that correspond to Fibonacci ratios of 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8% and 100%. It is used to determine the most probable support and resistance levels. The tool is named after a 13th-century Italian mathematician Fibonacci and his self-named mathematical sequence. How to Use Fibonacci Lines in Trading? To use the tool effectively we first have…

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Binary.com-blog Options (CFD/FX) Brokers 

Binary.com Profits in 2017 $20min

Since being established in 2000 as BetOnMarkets.com, the company has been registering consistent growth with the past three years being particularly successful for Binary.com. According to the details in the documents provided along with the ICO, the company’s net profits for 2017 are expected to surpass $20 million with the trading volumes exceeding $900 million. Net profits for 2015 surpassed the $10 million mark, with the number reaching to just below $14 million last year. The company’s turnover was over $750 million in 2015, and almost $850 million last year.…

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Two Waves-2 Options (CFD/FX) strategy 

The “Two Waves” strategy.

Have you heard the saying: “A trend is the trader’s best friend”? It means we should trade in the direction of the trend. But we often see on the chart the following picture: the trend is going, going, and then slows down. This slowdown is called consolidation. And if you know how to determine the end of consolidation, you will earn. How to do it? For starters, you can use the Wolf’s Wave concept. Use it to know exactly when and where the price will continue in the direction of…

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