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Global Investor Alerts (GIA) advises private persons and businesses how they can prevent becoming a victim of (international) financial fraud, or about their possibilities if they are a victim of (international) financial fraud (investment fraud, contract fraud, real estate fraud, advance fee fraud, etc.).
With our expertise we support victims of financial fraud to recover their investments.
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AGF Markets / Agles Ltd financial authorities warnings & registrations:warning AMF France
The Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) updates the list of unauthorised websites offering binary options trading
Published on January 21, 2014
The AMF is publishing a new updated list of websites offering binary options trading, for which no authorised investment services provider could be clearly identified. Information in this press release is no longer up-to-date.
The Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) is once again warning retail investors against aggressive internet advertising campaigns for binary option trading, announcing very high yields in very short periods of time.
Here is the new list which cancels and supersedes that published on 12 September 2013.
NB: these websites may change very quickly and this list is not intended to be exhaustive.
Binary options trading
These are financial instruments in the form of options that may generate gains or losses according to whether a condition is fulfilled or not on expiry of the option. Investors in these bonds must state whether the price of an underlying asset (for example a share, commodity or index, etc.) is going to rise or fall before its expiration: if they think that the price of the asset is going to rise, they buy a call option; if they think the price of the asset is going to fall, they buy a put option.