Binary trading is not a scam
People usually think that binary options trading are a scam. Quantum Code is a company that will show you the truth about this type of business. We are the ones who have witnesses who are testifying about their earnings. We know that people are in denial and they usually think that this is a scam. The truth is it is not a scam. The only reason people think it is a scam is because of their stubbornness and their desire to earn a lot of money as soon as possible. The big thing about this type of work is that you need to read the articles that are provided usually online on the site of the company and you must watch videos that are also provided. If you don’t follow certain rules and instructions, you will lose you money, and after that, you will keep saying that it is a fraud.
If you follow the rules in the right way, and you do exactly as you are being told, you will start earning that money in no time. Keep in mind that everyone has to lose some money in the beginning because it is a normal thing in this business.
Editor in Chief, TV Media Insights
Marc Berman (a.k.a. “Mr. Television”) is the Editor in Chief for TV Media Insights, the online destination for television and media – home page, newsletter, forum, podcast, and much more — that launched on September 6, 2011. Prior to TV Media Insights, Berman was the creator and editor of The Programming Insider, an online bible for trade magazine Mediaweek.
Berman was also author of print column Mr. Television; the creator of Berman on TV, a series of webcasts about television; the voice behind PIPodcast, a daily topical discussion; the syndication reporter; and webmaster the online chatroom. In addition, Berman has appeared on “Extra,” “Entertainment Tonight,” “Access Hollywood,” “The Insider,” “Inside Edition,” E!’s “The True Hollywood Story,” “The CBS Evening News,” “CBS Sunday Morning,” CNN, CNBC, Fox News and MSNBC. His Ph.D. Trivia Quiz appears in the current edition of The Complete Directory to Primetime Network and Cable TV Shows.
Berman, in addition, actively travels around the country doing speaking engagements on television, including stops in Arizona, Georgia, Hawaii and Maryland in the United States; Banff and Toronto, Canada; and Oslo, Norway for his annual Fall TV Preview. And he has written for a wide range of other publications including The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Emmy Magazine, Newsday, The Los Angeles Times, CBS Watch and London-based C21 Media. His upcoming desk calendar, Today in TV History, goes on sale in the fall of 2013.
Earlier in his career, Berman worked in a research and programming related capacity at companies including NBC, QVC, Paramount and Viacom, where he was actively involved in the record-setting launch of “The Cosby Show” in off-network syndication. Berman graduated Queens College with a degree in Communication Arts & Sciences; attended UCLA; and resides in New York with his wife Jodi and their three children – Jackie (22), Brandon (19) and Morgan (11).