For example, some binary options may be securities. Under the federal securities laws, a company may not lawfully offer or sell securities unless the offer and sale have been registered with the SEC or an exemption from such registration applies. For example, if the terms of a binary option contract provide for a specified return based on the price of a company’s securities, the binary option contract is a security and may not be offered or sold without registration, unless an exemption from registration is available. If there is no registration or exemption, then the offer or sale of the binary option to you would be illegal.
In this case, the $672.10 price of the Google stock asset is referred to as the strike price. Now that you had predicted that the price will rise, this is a ‘call’ trade. The $700 that you earned above the invested amount is the payoff; hence your profit for this trade. In some cases, some binary options brokers will offer a rebate amount. This is the amount that the broker will reimburse to you if you lose the trade. In this example, the rebate is set at 10 percent; hence is $100. However, you need to understand that not all binary options brokers offer a rebate for their traders.
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.