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Analysis of techniques used to market speculative trading in Forex and binary options with regard to research on compliance without pressure, persuasion techniques and nudges

Published on May 10, 2017

The purpose of this report is to identify social influence techniques (commitment, persuasion and indirect suggestions, or nudges) used to market speculative trading in forex and binary options and to provide recommendations to raise public awareness about protecting against these aggressive marketing techniques.

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