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    Binary options are just too damn risky, imho.

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    Yeah I have no interest in it after everything Ive been reading on it - sounds shady.

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    Sounds like a smart choice. You'll probably lose less even by just playing roulette or something

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    Webmasters not promote kingfin olymptrade: SCAMMER, deleted account, not pay.

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    FCA, the British financial regulator, is going to ban binary options and impose restrictions on derivative products. Of course, they just posted rules for public discussion, but whey will enter into force in March, 2019.
    ESMA has the same view on BO and CFDs, so the gambling itself would be a good choise.

    As for me, it would be difficult to promote BO as gambling, even if they are really gambling. There could be some rules to place disclaimers that this is gambling, not financial services.

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    Well if the rules and restrictions are ever going to have any teeth or chance at being effective, then they SHOULD make it so that BO can not be promoted as investments and must be promoted as gambling.

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    France was the first to ban BO, so it would be interesting to check out how do they regulate it now. Of course, UK is much more gambling-friendly, but they can totally ban BOs.

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    Yep... it became pretty tight lately (rip binary). The only shady place to trade options now is the caribian islands (unregulated offshore zones).
    And most binary traders do not turst brokers from caribians, and that's reasonable actually...
    These brokers are very popular for stealing traders money...

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