How To Trade NADEX Binary Options

Four Steps To Trading NADEX Binary Options

There are four basic steps to trading NADEX binary options. It is very easy once you become familiar with the platform.

Pick your underlying- NADEX offers about 3 dozen assets based on the major issues traded today. This isn’t as much as what a European style broker will offer but no big deal. All the major indices are included as well as 8 currency pairs, 7 commodities and 2 economic events.
Pick your expiry- NADEX has expiries on an intraday, end of day, end of week and sometimes end of month basis. At this time you will have to pick your strike which is different from European style options. Euro style binary options only have one strike, the price of the underlying at the time of purchase. NADEX binary options are listed with multiple strikes whose prices fluctuate with the price of the underlying. The price you pay is the current market price as listed.
Pick buy or sell- This is a major difference from European style. With Euro style binary options you buy a call when you are bullish and a put when you are bearish. NADEX binary options trade in a fashion akin to futures and spot forex. When you are bullish you buy the option and when you are bearish you sell it. Buying is fairly self explanatory; when you are bullish on an option you buy. Selling takes a little getting used to. When you sell a binary option you receive the bid price. This a credit position in which you risking $100 minus that amount. There is more info on that later on.
Pick trade size- With European style binary options your trade size is whatever amount you choose between the broker’s minimum and maximum trade. NADEX options are different. In this respect they are akin to equity options. Each option is based on a lot of 100 shares. Each share is priced between $0.00 and $1.00 making each option worth 100 x the option price. An option that is priced at $0.35 costs $35 dollars to buy and receives $35 if sold. Minimum trade size is one lot, to make a bigger trade buy or sell as many lots as you would like, up to the maximum.

NADEX Has Dozens Of Underlying Assets
NADEX has intra-day, end of day, end of week and sometimes longer expiry on a basketful of underlying assets.
NADEX has intra-day, end of day, end of week and sometimes longer expiry on a basketful of underlying assets. | Source
Step 1 Pick An Underlying

The first step is one of the easiest to make, pick an underlying. I am of course assuming you are already trading something else and have an idea of what you are doing. If not I suggest picking one of the major indices, one forex pair and one commodity to keep in your watch list. Watch them, learn them and then trade them but that is a whole different article. I trade the S&P 500, the EUR/USD, the USD/JPY, the DAX and the Nikkei 225. These are all available through NADEX. NADEX options have different names but they are all based on the actual underlying. The S&P 500 is called the US 500, the DAX is called the German 30, currency pairs are easier because they are just called EUR/USD like everywhere else.

NADEX has all the major indices represented. You can trade the S&P 500, the Dow, the Russells, the NASDAQ, the DAX, the Nikkei and several others.
NADEX has 8 major forex pairs. Forex trading opens at 6PM eastern time every Sunday giving early access to international forex markets for U.S. binary options traders.
NADEX has 7 commonly traded commodities. Gold, oil, silver, corn and others. Expirations coincide with the closing of the representative U.S. exchange such as the NYMEX, COMEX and CBOT.
NADEX has binary options on 2 economic events. Traders can speculate on the releases of weekly initial jobless claims or on the monthly release of the Fed Funds Rater.

Example Of NADEX Intra-Day Expiry
NADEX has multiple expiry’s and strike prices for intra-day and longer term trading.
NADEX has multiple expiry’s and strike prices for intra-day and longer term trading. | Source
NADEX Has Multiple Strikes For Each Expiry

The picture to the right shows a listing for all the expiries for the US 500 (S&P 500) at 3PM. You can see that this asset has strikes set in $2 increments. This will be different for each option according to market. This is one of the hardest parts of trading NADEX, or any kind of options. Depending on your risk tolerance, time frame and market stance you could profit from any one of them if your analysis is correct.

NADEX intra-day options expire at set times periodically throughout the day. Expiries vary from asset to asset.
NADEX daily binary options expire at the end of each trading day according to the representative market. Commodities are based on the U.S market where each is primarily traded. Equities at 4:15, some commodities and forex at 3PM, Oil at 2PM. Currencies trade just about around the clock though and have multiple expiries.
NADEX weekly binary options expire at the end of the trading week. This would be Friday or the last business day of the week in the event of a holiday. The time of expiry is the same as if it were a daily.
NADEX monthly binary option expire at the end of the trading month. Like weekly and daily they expire at the end of the day on the last day of the month.

NADEX Order Screen For Binary Options
NADEX order screens are easy to use. This one shows the bid/ask, underlying, expiry, risk and reward.
NADEX order screens are easy to use. This one shows the bid/ask, underlying, expiry, risk and reward. | Source
Step Three, Buy or Sell?

PIcking buy or sell is not as hard as it may sound. Of course buying is easy. If you are bullish on an option, that means you think the underlying is going to close higher than the strike price, then you buy. If you think it isn’t going to happen you sell.

Let’s look back at the last picture. All the options for the S&P 500 at 3PM are listed as US500> the strike price. All NADEX binary options are listed this way. If you are bullish and think the US500 is going to be >1535 at 3PM then you buy. If you think there is no chance that the US500 going to be >1535 at #PM then you sell. The picture to the right shows a NADEX order ticket. This is an order to buy a call at $33.50 with an end of day expiration and strike greater than 1545.

Selling NADEX binary options is a credit position. You receive the bid price and risk the difference between that credit and $100. Because all NADEX options are cash secured you must maintain that amount in your account until expiration. Other than that there are no other margin requirements trading NADEX, anyone with an account and enough cash to cover the risk can sell NADEX options.
Trading Bearish With NADEX
Bearish trading with NADEX binary options is a little different than other types of binary. Instead of buying a put you sell the position for a credit.
Bearish trading with NADEX binary options is a little different than other types of binary. Instead of buying a put you sell the position for a credit. | Source
Pick Your Trade Size

As I described above NADEX binary options don’t trade in quite the same was as European style options. NADEX options trade in lots, each lot represents 100 shares of stock. Prices are quoted on a per share basis but options are purchased in lots. This means that an option priced at $0.47 really costs $47 to buy and receives $53 if sold. If you want to trade $500 dollars with an option you must by 10 lots of this option ($47×10=$470). If you are selling this option the same multiplier affect is applied to your risk and the amount of cash you will have to keep in your account. Once this is done all that is left to hit order.

The picture to the right is a NADEX sell order ticket for 1 lot of US500>1545. It will receive $30.50 in credit and will risk $100-$30.50. At the bottom of the ticket you can see the max profit and loss of the option.
NADEX Economic Events Binary Options
You can even trade economic events with NADEX binary options. This example is a sell on Jobless Claims greater than or equal to 350K.
You can even trade economic events with NADEX binary options. This example is a sell on Jobless Claims greater than or equal to 350K. | Source
NADEX Has Binary Options On Economic Events

One of the exotic instruments gaining popularity in the binary options world is economic events. These are option positions on whether or not something will happen. For example, NADEX offers binary options on two different events. These are the Fed Funds Rate and weekly Jobless Claims. Traders can choose positions based on these numbers. If the market expects the FOMC to raise the target overnight rate then traders can buy options reflecting that opinion. The same is true of jobless claims. Traders choose positions based on whether or not the weekly initial jobless claims figure will be greater than or equal a certain level. Multiple levels, strikes, are offered for both types of options. The example to the right shows an order ticket selling initial jobless claims at 355,000. This is a bearish position on claims that expects the actual number to be less than 355,000.

What Are Binary Options and How To Make Money Trading Binary Options

What Are Binary Options? | An Explanation

What are binary options? Binary options provide traders a way to bet on the direction that various financial products will trade within a specified period of time, which could include a time limit of hours, days, or weeks. The financial products that binary options are written against include specific stocks, exchange traded funds (ETFs), stock market indexes, currencies, and commodities. If a trader buys a binary option, it will pay a predetermined limited payout, if the price of the financial product that the option is written against is exceeded either to upside for a long binary options bet or the downside for a short binary options bet. A binary option expires worthless if the option’s target price is not exceeded when the option reaches its expiration time.

Binary options are also known as “all or nothing options,” since they either pay their full pre-determined amount or they pay nothing at all, depending upon the price of the underlying financial product upon option expiration. Traditional options, which are the other kinds of options that can be traded, pay out at various levels if the price of the underlying financial product exceeds the option’s target price upon option expiration. Traditional options have much greater reward potential than binary options, but are also more difficult to trade and harder to understand.

While many individual investors have trouble understanding the often complicated options trading strategies that professional traders use when trading traditional options, binary options offer a simple way to place a bet on the movement of stocks and other financial products. A binary option either exceeds the target price at the end of the specified expiration time that the binary option is written for and pay the amount advertised or it does not reach the target price and expires worthless.

The casino game craps provides a good example regarding how binary options work. While craps has a myriad of complicated bets that many inexperienced players do not fully understand, one can place a simple bet that the thrower of the dice will either succeed “pass” or not succeed “no pass”. Binary options operate in the same manner. A binary options buyer is betting that a financial product will succeed at reaching a target price before the expiration date and time.
How Binary Options Are Traded and How Money Is Made Trading Them

To understand the answer to the question “What Are Binary Options?” take a look at an example of a binary options trade.

If a trader expects Apple Inc’s stock (AAPL) to close above $500 per share at the end of a trading session because Apple has a new iPhone product rollout during the afternoon, they might buy ten binary cash call options to try to make money on an anticipated price spike in AAPL above $500 per share. The ten binary cash call options would have a strike price of at $500 at the end of the regular trading session, with a hypothetical payout of $100 on each option, if the strike price is exceeded at the time of option expiration. The ten binary cash call options would hypothetically cost $30 each, or a total of $300 to establish the binary options trade.

If AAPL closes at the end regular trading below the $500 per share strike price, the ten binary cash call options would expire worthless, and the purchaser of the options would lose the $300 that was spent buying the options. If AAPL closes at the end of regular trading above the $500 per share strike price, the ten binary cash call options would pay $100 each, or a total of $1,000, which would result in a net gain of $700 (minus any commissions paid) for the purchaser of the options ($1,000 payout minus the $300 spent purchasing the binary options). This binary option trade could also be made on the short side by purchasing binary cash put options on AAPL’s stock, if one believes AAPL’s price will close below $500 per share at the end of the regular trading session.

Binary options are essentially short-term bets on the closing price of various financial products that provide specific payouts, if the strike price is exceed at the time of option expiration. Some traders prefer binary options over traditional options because the amount of money that can be made from a binary options trade can be quantified when the options are purchased. Binary options either pay a specified amount or they don’t, based on the underlying financial product’s price at the time of options expiration, whereas traditional options could have a range of profit amounts, depending upon the price of the underlying financial products at the time of options expiration.

What Is MACD Technical Analysis

What Is MACD

MACD, or Moving Average Convergence Divergence, is a technical analysis momentum indicator used to analyze financial markets. The indicator, like the name suggests, measures the convergence and divergence of moving averages. The tool is well respected and used in many markets. MACD is a useful trend and momentum indicator for forex, stock, bond, options, index and binary options trading.

The basics of MACD – MACD uses two moving average, a shorter one and a longer one. It can generate several different signals including trend determination, trend strength, support/resistance levels and potential market reversals. On its own MACD is a useful tool but when combined with another indicator, such as Stochastic, it becomes highly effective.
How To Calculate Moving Average Convergence Divergence

MACD is calculated using two exponential moving averages that are then smoothed by a third moving average. The indicator works well in all time frames and can be used with EMA’s of varying length. The standard format for MACD, which can be displayed as a histogram or as an oscillator, is (12,26,9). This means the shorter term EMA is 12 bars, the longer term EMA is 26 bars and is smoothed by a 9 bar EMA. The smoothing period is important to alleviate whipsaws and false signals. The longer term moving average is also called the signal line. When the short term EMA crosses above the long term EMA (in an uptrend) it is giving a buy signal. When the short term EMA crosses below the long term EMA (in a downtrend) it is giving a sell signal.
Where Do You Find MACD

MACD is a tool offered by nearly every trading or charting platform I know. It is one of the most widely used and well respected technical indicators and the basis for many trading systems and strategies. At heart MACD is an oscillator but it can be displayed in two ways, regular MACD and the MACD histogram. The regular MACD indicator displays the two moving average in much the same way as other oscillators, moving above and below zero. The two moving averages tend to track each other but the shorter one will also move above and below the longer moving average and in that way gives buy and sell signals.

MACD Histogram – The MACD histogram, which is my preferred method of using this tool, measures the difference between the two moving averages and displays that value in histogram form, moving above and below zero as the shorter moving average moves above and below the longer moving average.

Reading The MACD Histogram

When the MACD histogram is above zero this considered to be bullish. When the histogram is below zero this is considered to be bearish. MACD will make bullish and bearish peaks regardless of market direction. A simple change of momentum does not signal a market reversal and should not be taken as a signal of such.
MACD Convergences Signal Trend Strength
MACD convergences signal trend strength and an expectation for price action to continue in the direction of the trend.
MACD convergences signal trend strength and an expectation for price action to continue in the direction of the trend. | Source
About Thomas Hughes

Mr. Hughes has been a student of technical analysis and active trader for over 8 years. He uses MACD in conjunction with other indicators to speculate market movements of the major US indexes, foreign exchange markets, commodities and futures.
MACD Trading Systems

MACD trading systems using the indicator in several ways to generate signals and confirm price movement. The top three methods of MACD Analysis are extreme swings, convergences and divergences.

Extreme swings – when plotted over time the MACD histogram will move in a range above and below zero. Occasionally, MACD will make a make a peak that is higher/lower than those that came before. This is called an extreme swing and is a useful method of MACD analysis. It can help predict market bottoms, impending reversals and possible breakouts.
Convergence – When price action is trending either up or down MACD will make a series of peaks in tandem with the underlying asset. In an uptrend, if the MACD makes a series of higher peaks while the market makes a series of higher peaks this is called a bullish convergence and signals market strength. The same is true in reverse. If the markets are trending down and MACD makes a series lower peaks this is a bearish convergence and also signals strength (of a down trend).
Divergence – Divergences occur when the MACD peaks do not make successively higher, or lower, peaks while the markets are trending. This is signaling weakness and can be used to predict potential resistance areas, impending market reversals or to confirm trading ranges.

MACD Histogram Divergence Signals Trend Weakness
MACD Divergences, best seen with the histogram, signal trend weakness and potential market reversals.
MACD Divergences, best seen with the histogram, signal trend weakness and potential market reversals. | Source
MACD Divergence Indicator And Divergence Trading

MACD, especially the MACD histogram, is a great way to measure and trade divergences. However, MACD by itself is not enough to generate a good, reliable signal. MACD divergences give the best signals when used in conjunction with other forms of analysis such as trend lines, support/resistance, Fibonacci Retracement, candle charts or other price action analysis. When price action approaches a possible area of reversal such as a long term support line, long term moving average, trend line or retracement level look to MACD to confirm or refute that line. What I mean is this; if MACD is converging with price and showing a strong market it is more likely for price to move through the target level, if MACD is diverging from price and showing weakness it is more likely for price to be halted at the target level. One note of caution; it is important to wait for confirmation signals in price action before entering into a trade based on convergence/divergence theory.

Looking at the chart to the right we can see that price has moved above a long term trend line. The MACD oscillator is confirming the uptrend but the MACD Histogram while forming a bullish peak, is showing a divergence. At this level, especially with the market extended well above the 30 day EMA, price action is extended and susceptible to reversal. However, without a confirmation such as a bearish candle signal or move below the trend line it is not advisable to enter a trade based on this analysis.

MACD Divergence is best viewed as a hint of impending reversal. It is not a signal to change market posture. When divergences appear it may be time to take profits or buy protection. Divergences on longer term charts are more reliable than those on shorter term charts. A convergence of divergence, that is divergences appearing on more than one time frame, are even more reliable.

Binary Option Trades – High Risk – How Much Is Too Much

Binary option trading varies from broker to broker but the basic concept is the same: each trade has only one of two possible outcomes. The market for binary option trading is extremely fast paced – as expirations are dated in minutes and hours and not days or weeks. Day traders who learn to land in the money trading binary options make very good money indeed.

Binary Option Trading – It’s the High Yield Stupid
On any given day a binary option trader can expect to earn somewhere on the order of 70% or so yield per contract. It is literally impossible to compute the compounding rates of return on some of these investments because the yields are so high. Here’s a basic payoff one might see on any given day on a binary option contract.We’ll first examine a contract that expires favorably. What would a two hundred dollar investment in seventy five percent yielding call options payout? The payout on your $200 position would be $350, including your initial investment of $200 plus $150 in profit.

What would happen though if the position expired out of the money? This will depend on your broker. While some brokers allow trading of binary options in a secondary market – unloading unwanted positions, others are hold to maturity only. Brokers that require holding to maturity do sometimes have a fixed payout on out of the money contracts – saving the hassle of trying to squeeze blood from a stone. In some cases there is no payout and the trader is stuck with what they’ve got. Any way you look at it, unfavorable trades are hard to salvage.

Binary Options Trading – Forex And Stocks Trading Online

Binary options trading on global stocks has slowly begun expanding. A number of prominent Chinese stock listings have recently appeared on binary options trading screens creating new opportunities for wealth building. We’ll take a look at several of the companies listed here as well as other securities typically available at most brokerages.

Binary Options Trading of Chinese Stocks
The recent addition of Chinese stock option contracts on several of the largest technology and energy companies on the Mainland has about doubled the number of Far Eastern securities offered to retail traders. Familiar technology names like Baidu (Google’s rival in China), Sina (akin to Yahoo! in the US), and NetEase (an online gaming company) coupled with energy exploration giant PetroChina and financial insurer ChinaLife trade alongside their US counterparts on binary options trading exchanges.

Forex Option Contracts Limited Mostly to Liquid Cross Rates
Although there are some exotic USD base currency cross pairs traded as binary option contracts, most retail brokers only offer a handful of the most commonly traded/most liquid cross pairs. Think along the lines of GBPUSD, USDCAD, EURUSD, USDJPY as examples of the typical offerings. At least one broker is known to offer some more exotic pairs such as USDMXN, but as a rule exotic / relatively illiquid securities are not good candidates for binary contracts.

Domestic and Foreign Equities Limited But Expanding
As we noted above the number of Far East securities available as binary options trading contracts has expanded. Similarly the number of contracts available for domestic and “household name” foreign securities has grown as well. A trader might expect to find Volkswagen and BMW listed alongside Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and General Electric in the US. Although some traders might prefer to try their luck with more obscure names in less liquid standard option markets, binary options trading simply isn’t done on these basically illiquid / thinly traded securities.

Auto Forex Trading Pumps Up The Currency Trading Volume

The increased usage of auto forex trading has caused a dramatic jump in the number of retail forex trading accounts in the U.S. and around the world as suddenly the pond where only the whales used to swim has been invaded by tons of new bits and bytes retail forex accounts

Auto forex trading began just a few years ago but did not really become mainstream until the development of programs like megatrader and the opening of the foreign currency trading markets to the retail investor. Given the trading leverage afforded to retail investors and the availability of auto forex trading software is it any wonder that the foreign currency market has taken off this year?

Brokerages of all shapes, names, and sizes have sprung up all over the place and offer significant trade privileges even to accounts with as little as one thousand dollars. Some accounts are able to trade with leverage ratios of 200:1 or even 400:1 in some cases. For those readers not up to date with the parlance of currency trades that means that an investor with one thousand dollars could make transactions as though he or she had two hundred thousand dollars at the 200:1 leverage ratio. A gain as small as half a percent would result in earnings equal to the initial investment of $1000. Doubling your money for just a half a percent gain in a cross rate? It seems strange but it is happening every day.

The growth rate of retail currency trade accounts has been staggering in 2009. Estimates vary but over 30% growth rate appears to be the average in the first quarter alone. In previous investing cycles this sort of moths to the flame activity has drawn retail investors in only to fleece them when the market peaks. It will be interesting to see whether those using the auto forex trading accounts will fare better than those retail investors who got taken by the dot com burst and real estate bust.

Forex Binary Options Brokers

The forex market can be perhaps termed as most volatile of markets in terms of price action. And for the traders it can be considered as the most liquid. One of the least risky forms of trading compared to traditional forex trading is forex binary options.

Forex Binary Options Brokers are experts when it comes to this type of trading. Such brokers have the required skill to attract high yielding returns for traders with lower capital compared to the capital one would require to trade standard options. An experienced broker will always help you generate good returns is this type of trading.

How does a ‘Forex Binary Options Broker’ work?

These brokers get small trade makers opportunities to call positions on the major cross rates like Dollar/Yen, Euro/Dollar, Pound /Dollar and so forth. An average trader yields fixed returns which could be hourly or on daily basis. Trading does not seem that hard a job to manage as long as the broker denominates the transaction in dollars for you. After that all that needs to be done is simply take a call or put orders by the click of the mouse.

What to expect from a good Forex Broker?

Before you get down with trading, make sure you know you broker well. To choose the right person for the job is one of the most important parts of forex trading. Some of the qualities that a good forex broker should have are as follows:

· Your broker should be competent and knowledgeable about the changing trends in forex trading.

· To have your binary options handled well you should collaborate with a good broker as high yielding returns are certain with trades that are successful.

· If you do not have a thorough knowledge of trading and haven’t analyzed the movements correctly, chances are you might suffer a loss. For this reason you need to hire a proficient broker that can turn the trade in your favor.

· A broker should have excellent knowledge of the markets and should be able to understand different strategies to make the trade a success.

· This is someone who will handle all your investments. Be sure that you hire someone who is reliable, trustworthy and a reputable person and someone you’ve thoroughly checked the background of.

· Make sure that the person that you hire to make all your important decisions regarding your money is not overburdened with a lot of other work which may hamper his decision making in your case.

· A good broker would always share his strategies with you before investing all your money. This will clearly tell you how much of a risk is involved in a certain trade.

The prospects of investment are far ranging with binary options trading; however there is always a chance of faltering. There are times when even the most intelligent people are unable to read the changes in the market. This is where a forex binary options broker comes in. With is experience with trade and knowledge of the changing strategies followed in the market he can turn the game around for any investor willing to trust him with their money.

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What’s The Difference Between Binary Options & Forex Trading?

The Forex trading arena is constantly developing and advancing. With an astronomical 3 trillion dollars traded daily in Forex, there is a lot of room for new services to join the game. Binary options is the new kid on the block and judging by the amount of binary options brokers, it is here to stay.

So what are binary options and how do they differ from regular Forex trading? Well, on the most basic level, options trading is exactly how it sounds. There are two options, either the currency goes up or down. You open a position by guessing which direction it will go.

There is amount involved and in theory, binary options trading requires zero preparation. Of course, if technical analysis helps you determine the direction the currency will take in the next hour or day, then it is a recommended tool in both trading arenas.

However, options trading is generally a lot simpler than Forex trading. The platforms are all Web-based and all you have to do is click an up or down arrow. It really could not get simpler.

Another great thing about options is that you know exactly how much you are going to profit or lose without the volatility risk of regular trading. This also simplifies the binary options trading arena.

Of course, the flip side is that there are a very limited number of reliable binary trading brokers from which you can choose as opposed to Forex trading brokers, which are available by the hundreds, if not thousands.

Options trading might be the newest thing in the market, but it is not right for everyone. If you are a person who likes instant gratification and relatively smaller profits, then it might be a field worth checking out.

If, however, you are interested in Forex as a long term career, then some might say standard Forex trading is more suitable of an option.

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Binary Options Vs Forex Market

If you’ve never heard of Binary Options before, you probably trade Forex, Stocks, Commodities and/or Indices using several different technical and fundamental analysis strategies to “hone in” on just the right Entry Price, the tightest possible Stop Loss, the most sensible Take Profit and the most modest duration over which you’d like your trade to run.As someone who doesn’t trade Binary Options Signals, you’re probably used to sitting glued to your screen watching every tick that moves on the market. You have to revise your Stop Loss / Risk Management Strategy multiple times over months, days, hours, sometimes even minutes.Some trades go your way, some don’t.You select your ideal profit targets to remain within 2:1 or above Reward:Risk, but somehow, that usually comes down to about 1:1 or 1:1.5 over the course of the year.You make more mistakes tampering with your trades than you do when they run through to completion without you having touched or even watched them once during the day. Everything becomes very stressful fast and an upcoming weekend that would have been spent doing anything BUT trading, is spent stressing about where the market will go next week and what that means for your trades that have rolled over into the weekend..

Sound familiar? Sure does to us..

Let’s get something very clear — Binary Options are NO DIFFERENT from financial trading of any other sort. They are just MUCH simpler to trade, have fixed risk before you launch into trades, and remove all the hassles of trading the financial markets.How are Binary Options Signals different from other forms of trading?They are Extremely Simple – You bet on “where” the market will go (that’s either UP or DOWN).They don’t involve counting pips or points to determine how much you gained or lost on a trade. Infact, you gain exactly the SAME profit if you win Binary Options by 1 pip or 200 pips, it makes no difference whatsoever!Binary Options Signals do not involve calculating Risk/Reward! Returns are MUCH higher than in ANY other financial asset class, and are FIXED at 75% and above PER TRADE!You can trade MULTIPLE Asset Classes (e.g. Forex, Stocks, Commodities & Indices) under ONE account. No need to setup 10 different accounts with multiple brokers.No Spreads to worry about. As long as your Binary Options close above or below the price at which you entered, you stand to make a profit if you chose the right direction.–

[ Trading Example ] – Binary Options Signals VS. Forex Signals (both made the same trade):

A Forex Trader went Short on the EUR/USD, with a 50-pip Stop Loss and 100-pip Take Profit. His understanding of the market was that the Euro would weaken during the day and his Short trade would be profitable. He opened a trade with 0.1 Lot Size, or $1 per pip gained or lost, making his Maximum Loss $50.

A Binary Options Trader agreed with the Forex Trader’s assessment of the EUR/USD. He too wanted to Short the EUR/USD, and purchased a PUT Option on the EUR/USD for the day, which in Forex Trader language means “He bet that the EUR/USD would finish LOWER” than the price at which he entered his trade that day.

Both the Forex Trader and Binary Options Trader entered the trade / option at the EXACT same price.

After 2 hours into the trade, the EUR/USD suddenly started shooting upwards and knocked out the Forex Trader by hitting his Stop Loss. Another 2 hours later, the EUR/USD started hurtling down again, and went well below his Entry Price, but he had already lost his opportunity for the day because his trade was closed out for a 50-pip loss, which translates to $50 lost.

The Binary Options Trader on the other hand was not concerned with this erratic movement by the EUR/USD currency pair. He had simply bet that the EUR/USD would “close” LOWER today, and didn’t have any Stop Loss or Target Take Profit to worry about like the Forex Trader did.

Results: 50-pip Loss for the Forex Trader = – $50 USD. Binary Options Trader profited 75% on top of his initial bet of $50, which means his $50 PUT Option became $50 x 1.75 = $87.50 USD.

This EXACT same example can be applied to Stocks, Commodities & Indices — In all financial asset classes, traders face the daunting task of variable risk and uncertainty. Binary Options SIMPLIFY trading to phenomenal levels, and are THE most intelligent investment any trader can make in 2013 and beyond.

Over 50,000 Traders Moved Into Binary Options in 2012, you MUST do the same in 2013!

No setting stop losses or target limits .

No worrying about exiting too soon.

No staying in a trade too long .

No margin calls — risk is clearly defined.

No calculating lot sizes — just set the amount you want to trade.

No difficult trading decisions — signals are clear and simple.

No wasted time and effort — trading is quick and easy

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They are also referred to as all-or-nothing options or digital options. ” This is extremely much the reason why binary options experts have even categorized three kinds of analysis which are fundamental, technical and combined; trading binary options is really about going with a directed decision and not just gut-feel. In binary options trading, the ‘owner’ places a call option upon the underlying asset if they expect the price at the expiry time will be higher than the current strike price. As no one can determine the information contained by just looking at them, many users are intrigued and will scan the codes to find out. So it appears like we might see a lot of more binary options or trade options places surface out of the initial stages in the nearby outlook.

So, take into account analyst predictions as properly. Binary options strategies differ from time to time depending upon when a particular underlying asset is being traded. ( As to which games are the most similar or identical to combat simulators, the media or the military will not share. These are the main factors for binary options becoming popular at such short notice. You should do some research and know what are binary options.

The futures market is the average person’s marketplace for deferred delivery. This is true despite the markets are in the process of losing some of their allure as they give back a large of their gains. If you are looking for more information about binary options brokers, click on to download our free report on binary options. And absolutely it’s absolutely a acceptable relief. There are many brokers in the market who offer interested traders professional services for trading purposes.

Perhaps they like the ease of trading unregulated binary options. Trading in binary options is inherently risky, but with the possibility of return of a hundred percent or even greater on your initial investment, it would be difficult to ignore such a potentially lucrative opportunity. Binary options are offered against a fix expiration time which can vary from just minutes to the close of the trading day. Brokers offering the binary bet to traders also can offer complementary tools and support to develop your knowledge and skills to boost your profits over the longer term as you expand your portfolio. Touch-no-touch binary option: Here in this the trader will decide the price level of the commodity at any point before it expires.

Because the payouts and time horizon are simplified, a binary is an attractive, fast paced, high return way of participating in the stock market. They can also try out new asset categories and quickly learn how market movements impact their price. Some might call it ‘heart wisdom’ or a ‘felt sense”those moments when we know something on a gut level, even though what this ‘knowing’ is telling us does not make logical sense. Day trading, futures trading, commodities trading, FOREX trading (Foreign currency trading) just to name a few and are all viable trading options in today’s market.