We are delighted with the reactions to the overall trading platform and especially with the positive comments regarding our 60-second trading feature.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
OptiMarkets, the newest entry in the binary options trading platform arena, is sailing on smooth waters after its successful launch on Dec. 12, company officials said today.
Individuals who are already trading binary options on the new platform have expressed keen satisfaction with their trading experiences, said an OptiMarkets senior executive.
“The feedback we are receiving is very encouraging,” said the executive. “We are delighted with the reactions to the overall trading platform and especially with the positive comments regarding our 60-second trading feature.”
OptiMarkets is targeted at both experienced binary options traders and those who are just now learning how to trade binary options.
The trading platform offers digital, range, touch, one-touch and 60 seconds trading on a user-friendly and visually pleasing site.
In addition, there are two extremely attractive features, known as “close now” and “roll over,” which are often unavailable on competing platforms.
The “close now” feature allows a trader to cancel a digital option before the expiry time, while the “roll over” feature allows a trader to extend the expiry time.
“These two features have been enthusiastically welcomed by experienced traders,” said the OptiMarkets senior executive.
For newcomers and those with limited binary options trading experience, there is the availability of serious training by highly competent market professionals.
The Reuters market feed, an important tool for traders, is up and running.
By the start of the 2013, a market news section is expected to be available. Enhanced charts will also be among the additions to the site.
“We are very proud to have launched the OptiMarkets trading platform,” said the senior executive, adding that the company will not rest on its laurels and will “strive to improve upon what is already an excellent product."