Binary Options Unmasked
Binary Options Unmasked. The Good, the bad and the downright dangerous - Anna Coulling. Sách hướng dẫn về các loại hình giao dịch tại BetonMarkets, đây là tiền thân của Binary và Deriv. Công ty này cung cấp hình giao dịch Higher/Lower khác biệt rất nhiều so với Binary Option thường thấy.
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Sách giúp người đọc hiểu rõ Binary Option là gì, khác với Vanilla Option và Future ra sao, những ưu nhược điểm khi giao dịch Binary Option.
If you are even thinking of dipping a toe into the world of binary options, this book is for you. Even more so, if you are a novice or inexperienced trader.
Binary options are some of the most powerful, yet potentially destructive financial instruments to hit the trading world in the last few years. Appearing simple and uncomplicated, they offer the short term speculative trader the opportunity to make money fast, based on simple yes/no propositions. However, beneath this simplicity lies a web of complexity, rarely revealed or explained in detail. For the unwary, there are many hidden dangers, and used in the wrong way they are likely to destroy your capital fast.
If you want to learn how to avoid the pitfalls and traps lurking in this market, this book is for you. Binary options are perfectly valid trading instruments, but you have to understand the risks, and manage those risks accordingly.
Binary Options Unmasked has been written to provide an objective and balanced view on this relatively new trading instrument. All market instruments carry risk, some more than others, and this is no different with binary options. No speculator or investor should ever invest or speculate in an instrument about which he or she has little or no knowledge. There is no right or wrong way to approach the markets, only the right way for you, and I hope this book will explain all you need to know about binary options. The pros and cons, the risks, and yes, the scams you need to watch out for. Like any new market, it has attracted more than its fair share of the ‘get rich quick’ merchants, keen to make a fast buck before moving on.