Apple and IBM together! Is this bullish sign for Binary Options traders?


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Apple and ibm, if we can trust our eyes and ears, are putting their old rivalry aside. IBM’s sales force is going to start selling Apple’s products to clients and together they will produce software called “IBM MobileFirst for iOS Solutions” that will work on iOS for corporate clients in health care industry and banking and they are going to get incentive in longer period for selling services and software to the companies that want to manage workers’ tablets and smartphones. Together they will create a little bit more than 100 targeted industry specialized applications for iPhone and iPad users. Also, this partnership will produce managing tools for these devices such as analytics, activations and security.

Definitely, Apple can see benefits here in acquiring market share for corporate users of wireless devices and IBM is also sharing the benefits seeing their stocks rose 2 % already after this was announced.

IBM is going through reshaping phase since having a new CEO two years ago. It sees mobile as the biggest opportunity to increase revenue growth following eight quarters in a row of declines.

Now, being Binary Options trader, this should be very easy task for us. Apple and IBM are both on the rise. We can log in to our Binary Options broker and set trades on Call option. Expiry time and trade amount is up to us to decide and we can manage our risk.

Personally, I think this is the beauty of Binary Options Trading. There is only one or two useful information that you can use, or there is only one or two assets that you can trade with what is more than enough to trade as profitably as much as you have money to invest in. For some Binary Options traders Binary Options trading is basically a gambling, however if you have useful information, if you know what are you doing then this is one of the most simple and direct ways to make money nowadays.


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