PowerOption started business in 2013, but they are owned by Ava Trade (which has been around since 2006). If you haven’t heard of Ava Trade, their trading volume exceeds $60 billion a month. If you’re in the US you can by-pass this review [...]
Boss Capital opened their doors in 2014 and rumors have it that they are a subsidiary of TopOption. TopOption is regulated by CySEC and; therefore, cannot cater to US clients. The good news is that Boss Capital is not regulated by CySEC, so they can [...]
OptionFair has offered a variety of assets to invest in since 2010. OptionFair is another reputable broker that is not accepting US traders. However, if you reside outside of the US you’ll have trust in trading with OptionFair. They are licensed by [...]
Super Options is a relative newcomer to this industry. As I set out on my quest to review binary options brokers I hadn’t heard of Super Options. Given that Binary Options were first available in 2007, setting up shop in 2013 is not such a big deal. [...]
Cedar Finance is one of the more popular brands in the binary options sector. Unfortunately, the support is certainly lacking. Cedar Finance accepts United States traders as well as investors from the rest of the world. They recently began providing 200% [...]
Redwood Options is one of the more well known brokers that is currently accepting US investors. They are not regulated, so one needs to be a bit cautious with any non-regulated financial firm. They’ve been around for a few years and use the widely [...]
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Binary Options are a really hot topic these days and many people are aware of how much money can be made on both the broker and trader side of the industry. However, most people who invest in the market lose money and brokers capitalize on that. With this knowledge, there are hundreds of binary options brokers setting up. Unfortunately, the industry isn't regulated in the United State and there are many brokers who will run-off with your money.
I have a lot of experience in the financial markets and I wanted to put these brokers to the test. I put my money on the line to see what platforms are worth using and how easy they are to use. But most importantly, how easy is it to get money back once I've decided to cash out.
About Us Continued
Each review will have the basic rundown of the different account levels and the withdrawal process. At the end of my review I'll provide a 'Bottom Line' as to why I give a particular score (1-10).
Thanks for stopping by my site and I hope you get some good information here. As this site is new I intend on providing more information related to not only the brokers, but the industry as a whole. If anything, I hope I guide you in the right direction and that you won't be scammed by some less than honest brokers.
Our review process is based on several factors:
Ease and Cost of Money Withdrawals
Platform Ease of Use
We put our own hard-earned money on the line to test out these brokers. If for any reason we feel that a particular broker is manipulating the trading platform or will run off with your money, we'll let you know.