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Started:November 21st, 2013 (03:19 PM) by InTheMoney Views / Replies:340 / 1
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Does a broker like this exist?

Old November 21st, 2013, 03:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does a broker like this exist?

I am looking for a broker that is a combination of IG Index and Alpari. Let me explain..

Alpari has a 80% Potential Return Investment on it's binary options BUT the
expiry times of their contracts are crap so I can't profit from the high PRI there.

I actually like the contracts to expire when the market closes for that day or week.

This is what I like about Ig Index, Crude Oil closes at 2.30PM EST and the DOW at 4PM EST.

Alpari's contracts for the Dow and OIL (dailies and weeklies) expire a couple of hours before the market closes.
They are pretty much useless to me as I want to capitalize on the close of the markets.

You see my dilemma here? I find the PRI of Ig Index too low, which in only half of Alpari's PRI, and can't work with the contract times of Alpari either.

Is there a broker that has high PRI and has it's contracts expiring congruently with the close of the markets?

Thanks for reading to the end.

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