So as binary options traders we all have been through the mill of looking for winning strategies. Apparently one of them is king Delwar IQoption strategy and the traders can attempt it on demos. Please be wise guys, If its free you have nothing to lose go ahead and test it on a demo and see if it works. . . One of the main reasons I wrote this post is due to many issues and complaints of people losing they monies to such offers. Now don’t get me wrong.
NOT saying King Delwar is a cheat or like many Facebook trolls out there. He does not come across like many of the “account managers” out there who are a problem on Facebook. This is just some information so you the trader can make educated choices and decisions in a market that’s filled with scams and complaints. Binary Trading is high risk with the possibility of losing all capital invested. If you are not prepared to trade or don’t know how to trade don’t go into cause some dude has an ad or Facebook page promising the world. Educate and decide if it is for you or not.
Update: inundated with feedback that this guy is helpful from members of his group via email hence the updates. If it really is helpful to join him and the feedback relays this then its great for readers. As I feel constructive feedback provides better insights then opinions. However these were most likely initiated by him. So kindly also share your views and experiences and thoughts in the comments below please.
So Why Share Words on King Delwar IQoption strategy for free?
Firstly there’s a huge demand for strategies as binary options trading grows. No one wants to lose money. Now I have been in the game for quite awhile and can tell you that its terrible how binary options has got such a scam tag. Also we have seen all these ads and posts on Facebook and such of great strategies on offer with the terms and conditions of signing up with a certain broker that the “trading guru” has affiliated with. King Delwar requests you to sign up via his affiliate link, deposit money and send details of same.
Once that’s done then you allowed into the group to get the strategies. He teaches and guides you on a demo and then when you ready go real. Now I get that and I can see the point something for something. The problem is that’s actually against IQ option affiliate policies. So its not right for that to be going on: here’s an extract of the affiliate rules : “Offering clients the opportunity to register using your affiliate link for a fee or for some other gain”. Anyway I do get people using his link as appreciation for what they learnt. Personally though I will not join nor do I recommend. Yeah many are supporting however many are not.
Remember strategies are not guaranteed and you may lose all capital in trading. Always practice on demo first. (update: upon the request of Mr Delwar the strategy is no longer here). If you would like further info on it you can comment.
Personally, I’m a economic calendar guy and prefer taking trades over longer periods based on economic news and conditions. Not a fan of turbo trading.
Advanced traders may use Fibonacci . Kindly comment on your experience as a group member ex group member on your experience as it helps people make informed decisions. Remember this post is not to harm or disrepute hence we kindly ask for your feedback. If King Delwar strategy is as good as the comments suggest then so be it. But your comments helps others decide.
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- On pricing barrier options (P. Ritchken 1998)
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