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The Collar Strategy

Is it possible to trade binary options with minimal risk? The Collar strategy shows that this is possible. This strategy allows you to trade and minimize your risk. The collar strategy is about buying an underlying asset and then simultaneously

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The Triangle Strategy

The Triangle Strategy Graphic charting patterns can greatly help the Binary Options trader to predict price movement. Some of them support the continuation of the current movement, some point out a trend reversal. One of the most popular chart patterns

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Yellen Signals Another Rate Hike On the Cards

US stock market closed higher on Friday. It also achieved solid gains for the week after Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Janet Yellen said another interest rate hike within the next few months would be appropriate. After Yellen’s remarks, the major

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The Dow Continues its Weekly Losing Streak

US stock bourses ended the day on Friday higher. Tech stocks led the indices but the Dow Jones closed lower for the fourth week in a row as traders are once again concerned that there will be another rate hike

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Tunnel Trading In Binary Options

Most binary options traders, especially beginners, get used to the commonly traded Call and Put options, which simply means determining if the price will go up or down at the Expiry Time. In this article, we will speak about a

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Dow Jones on a Three Week Losing Streak

US stock indices fell lower on Friday with both the benchmark S&P 500 and Dow Jones closing below their 50 day moving averages (50 DMA). Both of these markets are now on their first three week losing streaks since January.

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US Stocks Move Higher Despite Disappointing NFP

On Friday we saw a bounce higher partially thanks to the stock markets being oversold. Oil prices recovered and the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) is on hold thanks to a string of weak data. It is now, entirely feasible that

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The Yen Rallies and the Nikkei Tumbles

To end last week, Asian stock markets were mostly lower as investors took stock of recent major central bank actions – or  rather lack of action. In the United States, the Federal Reserve Board (Fed), decided to leave monetary policy

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