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From: "info" <>
Date: 16 November 2016 at 19:18:08 GMT
Subject: Re: how are you?

Hello ,

I send you this email because you were interested in the past in binary options, or even traded using a binary option platform.

But now I want to tell you my story….

My name is Adam and I traded binary options for quite some time. I read a lot about the market trends, how to invest, I even spent hours on the phone with several binary options companies account managers, trying to figure out how to profit from trading. I watched webinars, I used robot trading and signals, and still I felt that something is fishy here because I just kept losing and they kept saying to me investment more money.


I decided to research and dig in some more into this industry and how it operates and the things I discovered shocked me and for sure they will shock you too. When you win you get 80%-85% profit on your investment, but when you lose binary options companies take 100% of your investment. This is pretty obvious to everyone, but if you will think about it this 15%-20% margin makes you LOSE your investment over time. Even if you win half of the times and lose half of the time, you will lose your money because they take more money when you lose then when they give you when you win. This 15%-20% lose margin is super high and unfair.


The second thing I found out shocked me completely. The companies are the house, at that point I contact a friend that works in the binary option industry (in a big binary options broker), and I asked him how is it possible that no matter what I do, even when I use signals and up-to-date market trends I keep losing my money.

He told me a thing I couldn't believe is happening, these companies are the house, therefore I’m trading against them, they select the price of the option, some of them even don’t have ANY regulation so no one is monitoring their option prices…


I couldn't believe it, This conversation really opened my eyes about binary options, but it also really made sense because I didn’t understand how I lost so much money in the past.

At the same time I still wanted to trade on financial instruments online, enjoy the rush and excitement of binary trading and earnings that I really liked, but I wanted to do it in a fair place that won’t rip me off like all these binary options companies. I asked the same guy, does he know of any trading company I can trade with that isn’t doing all these unfair things. He told me there is a pretty new company that called Daweda Exchange, and the difference there is that it’s a binary contract trading company, but between clients and not against the broker (the company itself), so if you win you get 100% profit on your investment and not 80%-85% like all other binary options brokers. I asked him so how do they earn money? He told me that for every trade they take $0.5 fee and that is their business model.

I was still unsure about it, but he told me that this company was created by people who worked in the binary options industry, really didn’t like how companies worked with customers and decided to open a new binary trading product that is regulated, transparent, where you trade with other people and not against the broker so where you see all of the trades and all is out in the open. With NO conflict of interest because you are trading against other traders, So…. There is NO reason to play with the quotation and make you lose your money, the company earns their $0.5 fee on each trade,  and you have the potential to earn a 100% profit on your trades.


It sounded pretty good so I said I will give it a go. I opened an account on their website ( no CC needed!) : Daweda
and started with 300 euro. It took me a minute or two to understand the platform and how to trade, but once I looked at the beginner module I knew what to do. In one week or so of trading I made a profit of more than 2,000 euros. Sure that if I would trade the same in a regular binary option broker I would be losing the same exact trades.

The best part is that when I won I got 100% profit on my investment and not 80%-85% so my balance grew much faster.


Today I’m trading there for over 3 months and I have a Robot that auto trades for me. Once I reached the 2,500 euro balance I could see Daweda’s auto trading robot, with the help on the account manager over the phone, it traded for me automatically using a setting and risk management I chose beforehand. This was really a mind opener! I won’t tell you I’m a millionaire today, but I do make an extra 450-2500 euro per month and it feels great.


So , why did I send you this email ? because I would really appreciate to get this email myself when I was trading binary options and kept losing without knowing why. People need to know what is going on and understand that why they are losing money and that they play in an unfair environment where you can’t really win in the long run. Daweda really worked out for me and I suggest it will work out for you once you will check it yourself. If you are bitten interested with regular trading or the robot you can reply back to me to this email and I can tell my account manager to call you and explain you some more.

And finally, even if you still want to keep trading on other platform please make sure you are trading with fair trading platform and make sure to trade only with regular binary options brokers!


Take Care!



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