With the Up/Down binary options trading, everything is designed to be very easy. As such, this is the same procedure that you need to apply, regardless of the underlying asset you would like to open a position on or the binary options trading platform you are using to invest in the financial market. Additionally, you also have the freedom and flexibility to choose whichever asset you would like to make a prediction on, depending on the variety or assets offered by you preferred binary options broker.
Unlike the forex market where the asset has to move in one direction or the other by an appreciable number of pips to the trader’s favour before profits are made, the binary options market is peculiar. Apart from the Up/Down trade which is based on direction and mimics the requirements of the trades in other markets (except the pip movements), other trade types in the binary option market operate in totally different ways. There are different trade contracts for different platforms. Some binary options contracts do not even require the trader to get the direction of the asset correct. For instance, trading the OUT contract will need the asset to hit one price boundary or the other for profit to be made. So it takes the trader being able to identify a suitable trade contract to be able to fashion a suitable strategy. What is used to trade the Up/Down contract is not the same as will be used for the In/Out contract. The contract type will determine the strategy.
Above is a trade made on the EUR/USD buying in an under 10 minute window of price and time. As a binary trader this focus will naturally make you better than the below example, where a spot forex trader who focuses on price while ignoring the time element ends up in trouble. This psychology of being able to focus on limits and the dual axis will aid you in becoming a better trader overall.
How come both options end up in the money if I choose to place both call and put options (that end at the same time) in one currency? Obviously, I will always lose one of the two options. The only chance I have to make it possible for both options to win is if I choose two kinds of instruments (usually with negative correlation) or still using the same currency but adjust the options’ expiry times so they don’t end up at the same time.
The FBI estimates that the scammers steal $10 billion annually worldwide. The use of the names of famous and respectable people such as Richard Branson to encourage people to buy fake "investments" is frequent and increasing. Articles published in the Times of Israel newspaper explain the fraud in detail, using the experience of former insiders such as a job-seeker recruited by a fake binary options broker, who was told to "leave [his] conscience at the door". Following an investigation by the Times of Israel, Israel's cabinet approved a ban on sale of binary options in June 2017, and a law banning the products was approved by the Knesset in October 2017.