Friday, June 22, 2012

AnyOption Reviews 2012 - AnyOption Review Videos

AnyOption Reviews 2012 - AnyOption Introductory Video For Beginners Or New Traders To AnyOption

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AnyOption is one of the most popular binary options brokers. Possibly the most popular binary options broker. While we don't necessarily agree that this level of popularity is justified we can't deny that they must be doing something right over there or they wouldn't be this popular. Our personal endorsement goes to TradeRush hands down. It's where we trade and we've always been extremely satisfied with the service and platform. And no other binary options broker offers even close to the variety of features and investment options (you can visit traderush here). That said AnyOption is also a respectable broker with a good reputation overall. And with the 15% return rate on losing trades across the board at AnyOption it could be a choice to consider for some potential traders looking at binary options brokers.

As a popular binary options broker, AnyOption reviews are fairly abundant on the web. And from those AnyOption reviews we've taken out some of the video footage generated. Some of it is from the AnyOption website itself and some of it is user-generated content from AnyOption customers and partners.

This first AnyOption reviews 2012 video comes from their own website and is mostly promotional in nature but you can still get some good information about the company and its services from the video.

AnyOption Reviews 2012 - Any Option Promotional Video

AnyOption Reviews 2012 - Any Option Interactive Demo

This next AnyOption Reviews 2012 video also comes from the AnyOption website and is actually more than a video with interactive features. Simply click on the demo image to be taken to the interactive demo to learn more about the AnyOption binary options trading platform. The interactive demo covers the basics of using the platform and trading in several types of contracts and asset classes. AnyOption welcomes traders from all over the world, including the US where they are very popular.

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This YouTube video is user-generated content and is part of one of the AnyOption reviews 2012 articles.
The video is about fifteen minutes long and goes over all of the features available at AnyOption, the various assets on which you can base your trades, the different binary option contract types offered, return rates available on various assets and the average across all asset classes and website navigation. The video itself is not of the greatest quality but it does cover all the bases at AnyOption and should give you a good idea of what you might be getting into with them.

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AnyOption Reviews 2012 - Any Option Review By User One

AnyOption Review - A New Review Of Anyoption For 2012

This last video is another user-generated AnyOption Reviews 2012 video that comes from YouTube and points back at a full review at a website like the one above but a different person and a different website. This video is more polished but doesn't cover as much ground as the one above. It does, however, still cover enough to give you a good idea about AnyOption and it gives a different perspective than the one above.

AnyOption Reviews 2012 Video Overview

EWI's Most Current Wave Analysis Of The S&P500

Here's what Elliott wave analysis is all about: You study charts to find non-overlapping 5-wave moves (trend-defining) from overlapping 3-wave ones (corrective, countertrend).
With that in mind, please take a look at this chart of the S&P 500, which our U.S. Intraday Stocks Specialty Service(FreeWeek is on now) posted for subscribers at 9:37 AM today (June 14):
Immediately, you can see that the S&P 500 has been moving sideways in a choppy, overlapping manner. That's the definition of a correction -- i.e., that is NOT the trend. The trend, as the U.S. Intraday Stocks Specialty Service editor Tom Prindaville said in the morning market overview, was higher -- at least in the short-term:
...sideways-to-up over the very near term will be expected. Simply put, overall higher near-term remains the intraday call -- to complete a corrective second wave.
And here's a chart of the S&P 500 at the close of the market that the Service posted at 3:34 PM on the same day:
To make this bullish forecast, the Service editor Tom Prindaville was simply following the Elliott wave model of market progression. The model called for a completion of the developing wave 2 -- in this case, "higher near-term."
Market corrections -- the sideways, choppy moves you see in both charts above -- are notoriously hard to forecast. And not every Elliott wave forecast works out. But you do get a real, practical roadmap of the expected market action.

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This article was syndicated by Elliott Wave International and was originally published under the headline S&P 500: Elliott Wave Forecasts, Simplified. EWI is the world's largest market forecasting firm. Its staff of full-time analysts led by Chartered Market Technician Robert Prechter provides 24-hour-a-day market analysis to institutional and private investors around the world.