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What is optionFair ?
OptionFair is a new online trading platform offering binary options. It allows investors to profit from the changes in financial assets such as currencies, stocks, commodities and indices, all of which in real time.

Binary options, the new evolution in financial trading, involve simple investment choices offering quick and easy returns. Anyone, with little or no trading experience or financial knowledge, can master the intuitive platform that optionFair has developed and can confidently trade with success.

A Binary option, also known as a digital option or fixed return, is an option to buy an asset traded on the financial markets. It offers a fixed return over a predetermined period of time; this can be anything from 5 minutes up to 24 hours. It is called binary because there are only two outcomes – either you will receive a fixed return or nothing at all. At optionFair the fixed return is a market-leading 85% and even the nothing at all at optionFair is actually a refund of up to 15% of the investment.

Why optionFair?
Most Binary Options platforms offer just the single High/Low instrument to trade. At optionFair there are 3 types of instruments on offer: High/Low, One Touch and Boundary. Each of these instruments contain two option types to trade and optionFair is unique in being the only platform which allows the trader to invest in both sides of the pricing range, ensuring fairness in pricing and creating more profit opportunities.

OptionFair also provide an early closure feature which enables the trader to limit the risk or secure a profit by closing a position at any point during the length of the contract, regardless of whether a position is profitable or not.

As well as the 85% return possible in just 5 minutes, customers of optionFair can expect quality levels of 24/7 support available in 7 different languages, an attractive welcome bonus of up to 30% and an easy to use platform that is suitable for every level of investor.

How to Trade at optionFair
Trading at optionFair is simple. After signing up and making a deposit, a trade can be made in 4 easy steps

Step 1: Enter the trading arena and choose the type of instrument you would like to trade by clicking on the instrument tab. It will be High/Low, One Touch or Boundary
High/Low You predict if the market price will be higher or lower at expiry time
One Touch You predict if the market price will touch or not touch a target price before expiry time
Boundary You predict if the market price will be located inside or outside a range formed by two target prices at expiry time

Step 2: Choose what asset you would like to trade from the list of available assets

Step 3: Select the prediction on the trading slip

Step 4: Enter the amount you wish to invest and click “buy”.

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    Market Review for the Week of June 13th

    optionFair is pleased to deliver our weekly financial review direct to your inbox. We invite you to use this information to trade Binary Options at optionFair

    Weekly Highlights

    Global Markets
    U.S. stocks dropped Friday, suffering their sixth consecutive week of losses, weighed by concerns about the global economy and a drop in energy stocks. The Fed’s second round of bond buying, or QE2, is scheduled to end this month, and while some analysts see little effect from the event, others say it’s a further cause for worry in a market that is struggling to hold recent gains.
    Recent U.S. economic data has been mostly weaker than expected, suggesting the recovery from the nation’s worst downturn since the 1930s could take longer than expected or the economy could be getting weaker. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 172.45 points, or 1.4%, to 11,951.91, its lowest close since March 18. The six-week losing period, which has knocked 6.7% from the Dow, is the longest stretch since October 4, 2002, when the index lost 15%. Worries about the global economy — from the prospects of a Greek default to smaller growth in Chinese exports — resurfaced Friday to hit stocks, as they have for most sessions this month. European stocks and some Asian markets also ended lower Friday. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index ended down 18.02 points, or 1.4%, to 1,270.98. The index lost 2.2% for the week, its sixth straight loss, or the longest weekly losing stretch since July 2008. The Nasdaq Composite Index shed 41.14 points, or 1.5%, to 2,643.73, losing grip on year-to-date gains. The Nasdaq Composite has fallen for five of the past six weeks.

    This Week’s Economic data
    Tuesday brings May retail sales and April business inventories data in the US, as well as the producer price index for May. Retail sales are tipped to have eased 0.3%. Economists are predicting the core producer rate to have improved 0.2% in the month, taking the total lift for the year to 2.1%. In the United Kingdom, the retail price index and consumer price index for May is due. A suite of Chinese economic data is also set to be published on Tuesday, including inflation and production data. On Wednesday, the consumer price index for May will be released, along with the June New York Empire State manufacturing survey. Experts believe the consumer rate lifted 0.2% in May, and 1.4% for the year to date. US Treasury international capital data, industrial production figures and the housing market index, all for the month of May, are also due. Industrial production is tipped by economists to have grown 0.3% for the month. Mortgage Bankers Association application data is also set for release and the weekly Energy Information Administration petroleum report wraps up a big Wednesday in the US. In the UK, May claimant count change data for May is due, as well as ILO unemployment rate figures for April. UK average earnings data for April will also be published. Thursday sees US housing starts data for May on tap, along with May jobless claims figures and the Philadelphia Federal Reserve survey for June. Highly anticipated first quarter current account balance data is due, along with building permits figures for May. May retail sales data is due in the UK. Friday brings the Reuters/Michigan consumer sentiment index for June in the US, along with leading indicators data for May. The index is expected to record a 0.2% lift.


    EUR / USD
    The dollar extended gains Friday, with the euro falling 1% as European political and monetary officials clash on how to resolve Greece’s debt problems. “The euro continues to weaken on discord over the Greek debt crisis,” said Dean Popplewell, chief currency strategist at Oanda Corp.
    “They don’t really have a solution and are trying to put it on the back boiler for a couple of years.” The euro slipped 0.3% on the day to $1.4460, having slumped as low as $1.4442 in early European trade.

    AUD / USD
    The Australian dollar fell 0.2 to $1.0612, having been hit this week by data showing a slowdown in Australian employment growth and a statement from the central bank interpreted as showing no urgency to raise rates.

    USD / CAD
    The Canadian dollar powered to its strongest level since the beginning of June against the greenback following the release of better-than-expected domestic employment data on Friday.
    Canada’s unemployment rate fell to 7.4% in May from 7.6% as 22,300 jobs were added, marked by a solid shift toward full-time, private-sector employment, according to Statistics Canada data.
    The currency had risen as high as C$0.9711 to the U.S. dollar, or $1.0298 — its firmest level since June 1 — following a better than expected domestic employment report.

    USD / JPY
    The dollar fell 0.1% to 80.24 yen. Japanese importers and investors were expected to show strong buying interest below 80 yen, traders said.


    Oil futures lost nearly 3% Friday, hurt by a stronger dollar and reports that Saudi Arabia will pump more oil next month, sidestepping the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries after the cartel’s meeting collapsed earlier this week. Crude for July delivery declined $2.64, or 2.6%, to $99.29 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Oil futures declined 0.9% on the week.

    Gold futures dropped Friday as strength in the U.S. dollar dulled investment demand. Gold fell $13.50, or 0.9%, to settle at $1,529.20 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile. That was gold’s lowest closing since May 26.

    Silver tracked gold lower, with the July contract losing $1.10, or 2.9%, to $36.33 an ounce. On the week, silver gained 0.4%.

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