You are taking a risk when trading binary options. If it was a sure fire thing that we would win every time we trade then everyone would be doing it and everyone would be winning. The brokers are there to make money just as you are and on every trade someone always loses. The trick is to minimise the risk of it being you and that any money invested is not going to hurt you if you lose.
Binary options advocates have been fighting for years to clear up the status of options as a trading market and not a gambling game. Still, many traders enter the market in this belief and treat it as a game where they hope to gain money on random trade picks as if they are at the bookmaker’s. As someone who wants to make options their profession, you have to see it as it is, trading which requires brains, thinking, estimations, and assessment. In order not to cross the fine line between trading and gambling, you should make a deposit plan and stick to it, e.g. you invest the precise amount you planned and not a single cent more. Traders often get caught up in the moment and want to regain their lost investments with a single winning trade, and exceed their budget limits, and that is exactly what you should avoid. Distribute your deposit as planned and do not fall into the temptation to trade beyond your means.
Any time you see some website promoting 100 percent returns with just the easy push of a button or making other promises like, “Quit your day job and make a mint overnight trading binary options,” you are looking at a scam or misleading marketing. You will not find tips any simple, so simple a monkey could do it, tips for success if the site is guaranteeing you will make money.
Choose a currency pair/financial product that is expected to range for the period ahead. For example, in a Non-Farm Payrolls week, the jobs data in the United States comes out Friday. This makes the whole week a ranging week, almost always. Hence, trading binary options with an oscillator, buying put options in overbought and call options in oversold territories should do the trick. The time frame and expiration dates matter here too: use the hourly and four hours and end of day expires.
Binary options "are based on a simple 'yes' or 'no' proposition: Will an underlying asset be above a certain price at a certain time?" Traders place wagers as to whether that will or will not happen. If a customer believes the price of an underlying asset will be above a certain price at a set time, the trader buys the binary option, but if he or she believes it will be below that price, they sell the option. In the U.S. exchanges, the price of a binary is always under $100.