Say you invest $100 in the call that expires in 30 minutes. The S&P 500 price at expiration determines whether you make or lose money. The price at expiration may be the last quoted price, or the (bid+ask)/2. Each binary options broker outlines their own expiration price rules. In this case, assume the last quote on the S&P 500 before expiration was 1,802. Therefore, you make a $70 profit (or 70% of $100) and maintain your original $100 investment. If the price finished below 1,800, you would lose your original $100 investment. If the price expires exactly on the strike price, it is common for the trader to receive her/his money back with no profit or loss, although brokers may have different rules. The profit and/or original investment is automatically added to the trader's account when the position is closed.
I deposited $700 in Close option via Payza and with 30-second binary options trades, made $600. I made a withdrawal request of $400 and it was processed within one day. My next withdrawal was $500 which was consist of a part of my money and a part of my profit which took 2 days. At first, I was worried and contacted online chat and they told me it takes 1-3 working days and it is not related to the amount.
Don’t invest your hard-earned money on courses and signal services unless you’ve read a lot of good reviews that also point toward realistically achievable results. You should thoroughly research any program before you put money into it. You’ll notice that from posting on the forums too—many traders dump thousands of dollars into services and courses which don’t actually provide them with the means to success—and waste valuable money they could have spent on their trading accounts. By avoiding this pitfall, you can save your money and use it to build up your account. This will help you to become profitable more quickly than spending it on programs which don’t work. Good luck learning how to trade binary options!
In the online binary options industry, where the contracts are sold by a broker to a customer in an OTC manner, a different option pricing model is used. Brokers sell binary options at a fixed price (e.g., $100) and offer some fixed percentage return in case of in-the-money settlement. Some brokers, also offer a sort of out-of-money reward to a losing customer. For example, with a win reward of 80%, out-of-money reward of 5%, and the option price of $100, two scenarios are possible. In-the-money settlement pays back the option price of $100 and the reward of $80. In case of loss, the option price is not returned but the out-of-money reward of $5 is granted to the customer.