Mobile Trading

Never trading was so easy and simple to learn. Now people from all around the world from different backgrounds could make money from everywhere.

Any company that provides trading platforms for binary options, that is respectable and trustworthy, should have a mobile trading app with. One of the leading binary option companies that have a binary app is anyoption mobile app.

How does it work?

 Simple, easy for the eyes and the most important thing, suits everyone regarding their trading ability. Trading binary options is an exciting way to earn money and be part of the technology world. More over those options gives the trades a real chance to be in charge of his future and success. Now due to the vast understanding that time is a precious asset and people don’t have a lot from it,  Binary options go mobile and offers you the best binary options trading experience for your android mobile device. With the mobile app one could enjoy fast, real time trading. No prior experience is needed!

How to begin?

 Now you could trade real time trading, on the go from wherever you are Call and Put binary options on currencies, indices, stocks and commodities. The profit could shift between 65-71% on each investment if it expires in-the-money. Also you could have easy and fast deposits and withdraws.&Amp;Nbsp; The most important thing that the trader should know is that the app is totally free!

Now people around the world could use the same app and gain profits every day!&Amp;Nbsp; The application is available in many languages such as: English, Spanish, Italian, Turkish, German, French, Russian, Chinese and Korea in a lot of the platforms.&Amp;Nbsp;


Mon, 25 Sep 2017 18:02:00 GMT

Financial Times

Ex-HSBC forex trader goes on trial in New York
Financial Times
The British banker on trial in the US on charges he schemed to front-run a $3.5bn currency deal “threw his client under a bus to make more and more money”, prosecutors argued on Monday. Mark Johnson, the former global head of forex cash trading at ...

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Mon, 25 Sep 2017 18:45:27 GMT

The HSBC forex trader on trail for front-running isn't doing the industry an favors
Mark Johnson was the former global head of foreign exchange cash trading at HSBC and has pleaded not guilty to front-running a $3.5 billion trade from a client. The case started today and he told jurors that his client had acted in a manner that was ...

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Mon, 25 Sep 2017 08:03:12 GMT

Daily Nation

Thousands of online forex traders face CMA crackdown
Daily Nation
To be registered, the forex dealers must raise Sh50 million in minimum capital, a requirement aimed at protecting consumers. Foreign dealers wishing to trade in Kenya will also be required to maintain an equivalent of Sh40 million of their capital ...

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