Binary options companies have now begun to face the music with regard to duping consumers into depositing into a zero-sum game environment, and evading any consequences. The lack of business ethic extends to within the firms, as we investigate the widespread practice of employees stealing leads and selling them between companies – and how in some cases it is encouraged by prospective employers
The burgeoning and highly profitable retail FX business in China is completely relationship based. It is very unlikely that brokerages that understand China well will be remotely concerned about the recent internet marketing ban. Here is why it is business as usual.
FX firms ignore Generation X at their peril! We give our take on Goldman Sachs researcher Hugo Scott-Gall’s findings
They are in the sweetspot for consumption and are at an age where consumption peaks. They are making very important spending decisions, big ticket spending decisions” – Hugo Scott-Gall, Goldman Sachs Head of Thematic Research.
FXStreet has identified that two fraudsters are claiming to be associated with the firm and sending correspondence via LinkedIn to request bank account information from individuals.
This day in history: August 26, 2003 – CFTC and NFA first regulators to get very tough on unregulated FX brokers
We take a look back at “This day in history” within the world of FX taking a journey through annuls of time to look at the various groundbreaking developments that continue to take place in our fascinating industry.
CySec has made tremendous steps to encourage good business practice in the most highly developed retail FX center on the planet. Here is what needs to happen next.
Key Chinese IronFX employees and representatives scared to speak out on Chinese IB withdawal issue even one year after leaving company
Two years have passed since IronFX became the subject of high profile allegations that it was not paying IBs, affiliates and clients in China, yet still the firm operates, and monies are still owed. FinanceFeeds has found that employees of the firm who left the company a long while ago and are privy to vital information are far too afraid to step forward, even now.
Outside the box behavior and mantra suggest one theory to solve this dilemma; Darwin’s evolution theory. That’s right.
Better than expected UK data boost confidence. Earlier expected date of invoking Article 50 worries the market. Where will the pound be heading?
As average returns on investment among FX hedge funds begin to be similar to that of classic cars, we look at the difference between collecting classics and trading the markets.
Every little helps! Former Tesco senior executive Rebecca Shelley to lead Tullett Prebon’s global corporate affairs
Having reported to the CEO of British supermarket giant Tesco for four years, Rebecca Shelley re-enters the institutional financial sector in London, joining interdealer broker Tullett Prebon as Global Head of Corporate Affairs.
In a joint effort we came up with a competition where everyone together tries to make a profit of EUR 100,000 and if the goal is reached, everyone benefits through either a trip to Beijing, free premium education or the profit itself that has been made, but the core idea is to help each other” – Sebastian Kuhnert, CEO, Tradimo.
“We are excited to be registered. Seed SEF is looking forward to continuing its work with agricultural producers, processors and manufacturers on risk management services for the emerging agricultural products that consumers around the world are embracing.” – Brian Liston, Seed SEF LLC.
“It is so very important you find staff and partners that know and understand your business – without this experience you would be very lucky to get any results the first couple of campaigns around” – Bart Burggraaf, Managing Partner, MediaGroup Worldwide.
CMC Markets Chief Market Analyst Michael Hewson takes a look at how risk and reward can be assessed in a detailed interview