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Binary Betting: An introductory guide to making money with binary bets Paperback – July 1, 2007
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"I'm very impressed - this is a very useful, readable and thoughtful explanation of binary betting."
""I'm very impressed - this is a very useful, readable and thoughtful explanation of binary betting.""
About the Author
John Piper has been involved with markets since his early twenties. In the late 1980s he started to trade options full time and did so right through the Crash of 1987 - an experience that stands him in good stead for markets today. For over a decade he has been the editor of The Technical Trader, the leading newsletter in the UK for those who trade futures and options markets worldwide. His articles bring a fine edge of analysis to markets and how they work. He trades full time, making consistent profits, and now manages money for selected clients at Berkeley Futures Ltd, a firm regulated by the SFA. He lives in Cobham, Surrey and in Massa, Italy.
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this book is WAY TOO intro -like - it is like the abc of betting.
not worth it!
i m a binary trader myself, i buy ALL books on binary options i can find - this one is shit
esentially , one will look for strategies like "watch this indicator" "buy after this event happens"
but this book does not give any strategies.
watch for strategies and trading system - this book has none.
DON'T BUY IT.
Since there are very few binary books out there, I highly recommend this book to start with as it's also the cheapest.