Thursday, July 26, 2012

AnyOption Review

As one of the premiere brokers who is  revolutionizing the world of Binary Option, AnyOption offers a more conservative approach of trading with a basic and streamlined user interface.
Founded in 2008, this broker has gained a reputation of being friendly to beginners who do not want a bunch of indicators or  cluttered trading platforms.
AnyOption was my first broker and while I've opened accounts with other brokers, I've always enjoyed trading with them because of the simplicity which they have kept for the most part.

User Friendly: 8/10
AnyOption has a 100% web-based platform which means no needs to download anything on your PC to start trading. Its platform is very smooth and inviting, specially for newcomers. Not much gimmicks, they try hard to keep it simple and not over-do it. Many material to help beginners start up and comprehend how binary option works.

Payout Rates: 8/10
The payout rates at AnyOption is between 65% and up to 71% which is below average but on the positive side, they offer a return of 15% on any investment/bid you lost. For example, if you were to bid $25 on an asset and it failed to finish in the money by expiry time, you'd still get 15% of your $25.

Their high return rates of 15% on losing bids is the highest I've seen so far and it makes their platform the perfect place for new members who may feel a little better by getting some money back even after a failed trade.

Assets & Expiry Times: 8/10
AnyOption has well over 90+ assets to trade on as of July 25th 2012, which is well above average in compare to other competitors
It is important to let you know that if you're in the U.S, you would not be able to trade currencies with Anyoptions so keep that in mind when signing up.

Expiry time stretch from 15 minute to a couple of days

Commodities: Silver, gold, crude oil, copper


Indices: Dow Jones; NASDAQ Composite; NASDAQ 100 Future; S&P 500 Index; Bombay 30; Hang Seng; DAX; FTSE100; Jakarta Stock Price Index; Dubai General Index
17 stocks

Deposits & Withdrawals: 9/10

Minimum deposit at AnyOption is $100. Fairly low in compare to other competitors like 24Option or TradeRush but not the lowest in the industry.

 You can deposit with: credit/debit/prepaid card(visa, MasterCard), eCheck, Poli, Wire transfer, Cash-U, MoneyBookers

You can withdraw with:  credit/debit/prepaid card(visa, MasterCard),  eCheck, Poli, Wire transfer, Cash-U, MoneyBookers

Customer Service: 8/10

AnyOptions offers a Live-Chat room service during market hours which is pretty good. Their agents seems to be very knowledgeable and respectful when serving their customers. I haven't heard anything bad about their service as of yet. You can also contact them via phone and email through multiple language which they offer on their website.

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