In 2008 the SEC (Securities and Exchange Comission) in US made the monumental decision to allow the trading of Binary Options across all major exchanges. That’s when we started playing around with binary options. We were already trading Forex and involved in Forex brokerage houses, so we knew the markets. Binary options appealed to us because of its simplicity, quick expiry and high payout ratios.
So, Binary Options as an investment type is in its infant stages. Somewhere between trading and online gaming, many are calling this new investment vehicle “financial gaming” and it’s definitely creating a stir in the markets.
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Our Authors are all seasoned journalists and traders within the Forex and Binary Options markets. They include writers with dealing experience and trading for themselves and other entities.
Bradley Welcher has been studying the financial markets for over 11 years. He traded indexes, commodities and futures, specifically focusing on inter-market interactions. As a programmer he has developed complex trading algorithms. Bradley writes the daily technical analysis.
David Frank has worked as a financial analyst and economist in capital markets most of his professional career. Having worked at Goldman Sachs within the Municipal and Federal Debt Markets which included bring new issues to market, he has experienced both institutional, government, corporate and consumer markets. He has also worked in currency markets as a research analyst, primarily in the EURO Zone. David has published on behavioral choice within the consumer credit markets and continues to research in that area. He currently writes a weekly column for Binary Options Strategy. David received his graduate degree in Economics from Fordham University.