Warning for binary options
Scams Financial Inspections in several European countries warn of a variety of rogue companies involved in binary options.
A rogue industry
First, we note that the binary options is not in itself something fishy. Business Wire wrote even about the subject when the Stockholm Stock Exchange some years ago introduced the possibility of trading these instruments.
In short, it is based on guessing about such a share is to be sold above or below a certain level at a certain time. If you guess correctly, you get back more than you invested. Would you guess wrong, you lose everything.
It is as I said to trade these instruments on the Stockholm Stock Exchange but also by reputable companies such as IG Markets.
Unfortunately, there are a large number of rogue actors online dealing with binary options. They often online advertising where people “testify” about how much money they earned to trade binary options. Not infrequently, these stories completely fabricated and the picture is of someone completely unknown person. The images may appear in several contexts on the web but then called the person is often quite different.
Many of these players are not licensed to conduct business, and chances are that you could be fooled. There are many examples of people who have not received their money when they had the good fortune to guess right.
Swedish Financial Supervisory warning list includes many actors involved in binary options. French financial AMF has a comprehensive list of operators who are not licensed. The entire 222 sites listed, but the AMF points out that it is absolutely not complete. New sites pop up all the time online, while others shut down.
The Belgian Financial Supervision FSMA writes while on his site that binary options is not suitable for ordinary investors. The risk of losing the invested money is greater than the chance to earn money which makes it dangerous to invest in binary options, mean the FSMA.opinioni opzioni binarie/