The latest report from the Finance Magnates Intelligence Department shows that Chinese traders are outperforming all other regions in terms of first time binary options deposits. The January 2017 data reveals that the industry’s laser-like focus on the giant Asian market is justified, as new clients from the country opened accounts with the biggest deposits during the month.
The top ten first time deposit sources for binary options firms, normalized for the size of the national economy per capita, in descending order, are: China, Turkey, Germany, Poland, the UK, Slovenia, Singapore, France, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
Despite this, China still has a long way to go to break into the top deposits market by overall average, which is still dominated by richer countries. The top ten overall deposit sources for binary options firms during January, in descending order, are: the UK, Singapore, Kenya, Australia, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Kazakhstan, Mexico and Cyprus.
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