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Determining the Price Movement of the Underlying Asset

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Known in many names like all-or-nothing options, fixed return options, and digital options, binary trading only has results. The price of the underlying asset can either go or down. A trader can buy an Up/”Call” option if he thinks the price of his chosen asset will go up. He buys a Down/”Put” option if he thinks the price of the asset will go down. Compared to other investments, the binary options contract is relatively short. It usually ends within casino spiele the trading day. It can even be as short as 30 seconds. When the contract expires, the trader can claim his return on investment if he”s right. If he”s wrong, he loses his money. The payout is often known before the contract is agreed by both parties.

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riksa18's picture

The prices of an underlying asset may goes up or either went downwards depending on their demand and supply. It may also affected by the news outcomes. So if you are a new trader in binary options, try to trade on longer time frames instead of 30sec or 60sec expiry.

riksa18
gurek's picture

I Use same strategy, manage to make 400-500$ to make off living. Its possible to make more using this technique but need more time and market monitoring while I'm hanging over there for fun and testing my analytical skills.

gurek
Prime's picture

Interesting strategy, but too risky in my opinion, and I don't like to take risks, it's best to trade more conservatively.

Prime
Vizory's picture

What strategy? What are you talking about? I don't recommend anyone to trade 30 to 60 seconds, that's not trading but a casino.

Vizory
Nicrahe's picture

Trading with 30-60 seconds may also be with a stable income. You shouldn't say that it's a casino. The main thing is to have a specific strategy.

Nicrahe