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Types of Binary Options

Types of Binary Options

There are a number of different types of Binary Options available for trading. This can seem a little confusing to a new trader and indeed some experienced traders.

Traders can choose the method most suited to their trading needs. Experienced traders choose different methods depending on the current market conditions and how they expect the markets to react to external influences, announcements, results, trends or other conditions.

Digital Option

The most common is the Digital Option or often referred to as the UP/DOWN ...

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How To Get Started Trading Binary Options

How To Get Started Trading Binary Options

To get started trading Binary Options you need to sign up with a trading platform and make an initial deposit. Read “How to choose a Binary Trading Platform” to familiarise yourself with what to look for in a good platform.

Once you are signed up play around with the demo system if the platform has one available. This will give you an insight to how the system works and the concept behind trading Binary Options.

You now need to decide on ...

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How To Choose A Binary Options Broker

How To Choose A Binary Options Broker

When getting started with Binary Options one of the most difficult decisions you will need to make is how to choose a Binary Options Broker. Due to the fact that binary options trading has only been around for a couple of years, most binary options brokers haven’t yet had the opportunity to establish themselves as reliable and trustworthy. Some have recently been regulated or in the process if being regulated which will give prospective traders a level of comfort when ...

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What Are Binary Options?

What Are Binary Options?

It is important to understand what are Binary Options and the basic concepts of trading first.

Binary Options are an innovative and relatively new way of trading options. The name derives from there being two possible outcomes (up or down, “in the money” or “out of the money”), hence the name binary. The idea is to predict which way the asset will go after a predefined period of time.  For example, you may predict that the USD/EUR will rise to 1.35 ...

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