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There is an error in the statement "To be above" certain strike prices. For example,

To be above      Sell      Buy

11205.9             41.3      51.4

11203.9            80.2      89.1

11201.9            91.7      100.0

Let's say, one entered the trade at 11203.9 and select Sell and Market settled at 11203.9, he loses. But if he selected Buy, he wins. C'mon, the English "To be above", means > and not >=.

Another thing, which is not an error, but hope, that can be implemented is when right click and the menu shows up. Under Show, the Position preview is not working under Digital 100s. It is working in FX and Knockouts and etc.

1 more suggestion is, can add more strike prices like 5 instead of 3 currently? Nadex which is owned by IG Group has 5 strike prices and also the Position preview is working under BINARY OPTIONS. 



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