Understand how the list that the AMF has published on the websites of Binary Options?

By BinaryOptions On May 10, 2012 Under News Binary Options

A few weeks ago, the AMF published a list of sites “web unauthorized offering of binary options trading.” This list, says the AMF website replaçait that published May 11, 2011 which contained a series of binary options sites. Understand how this list? How has she made? More generally, dare we ask who is behind this problem raised by the AMF and of interest to all traders: when a sector regulator binary options?

A list of 41 websites:
The formulation of the AMF’s website states that this list is that unauthorized sites (formula seems to say that some would be allowed, but we will return later). A little further, the document states that this list contains sites “for which no service provider authorized investment could not be clearly identified” (question that may arise after: is it as clear identification would out of that?)

Whatever the interpretations that can be formulas, so the list contains 41 sites of binary options trading. Some are well known, others much less or even totally unknown. Trying to see how the AMF has compiled this list?

This list consists of the following sites:
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www.24option.com
www.optionrange.com
www.anyoption.com
www.options365.com
www.binaryoptions.asia/options/
www.optionsbravo.com
www.binarywinner.com
www.optionsclick.com
www.binoa.com
www.optionxp.com
www.bocapital.com
www.royaloption.com
www.brokersfeed.com
www.startoptions.com
www.bulloption.com
www.tradeopties.nl/options/
www.cititrader.com
www.trader711.com/options/
www.ebinaires.com
www.trader369.com2
www.euoptions.com
www.tradereasy.com
www.excitingmarkets.com
www.traderxp.com
www.eztrader.com
www.tradesmarter.com
www.finopex.com
www.ufxbank.com
www.ikkotrader.com2
www.vipbinary.com
www.ioption.com
www.winoptions.com
www.leaderoption.com
www.xpmarkets.com
www.marketpunter.com
www.option10.com
www.optionbit.com
www.optionfair.com
www.optionfire.com
www.optionrally.com
www.optionet.com

This list raises several questions whose answer is unfortunately not mentioned on the AMF website: how was it made? Why some sites are absent? Those who are absent are recognized?

This list does in fact only a few sites that did not receive accreditation. Mainly because such a certification does not yet exist, nor does it still exists and it is unfortunate, for regulator of binary options. The problem is that this list is incomplete (because other sites also offer binary options, then should also be included) and that mixture of sites that are scams and proven sites that pay serious earnings their users. The AMF has it made the list from data supplied by Internet? From personal research on the internet? Depending on the visibility of its French sites on the net? Some clarification on that would be welcome.

En route to a regulation of the sector?
The question behind the publication of this list and the updating of this problem is that the regulation: to regulate the sector when a binary options?

Regulation would have many virtues:

- It would establish common operating rules for trading sites and make possible a better comparison of offers from different marketplaces.
- And it would reassure users who no longer fear either for their deposits or their earnings potential
- It would also meet the state sector which could impose and collect income from this industry, at a time when new revenue budget it would do no harm.

Forex sites, poker sites and finally those of paris sports have been controlled in recent years. When is a regulation if not globally, at least at European online trading of binary options? Contrary to popular belief, major industry players are not against, but would rather positive about such a move would allow them to reach a wider clientele. To be continued.

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