8)    Find a Reputable Signal Provider: If you want to trade as a profession and not just as a hobby, you may want to invest in an alert/signal service that can point you to potential opportunities in the binary option space. Be careful, however, because there are a lot of software robot providers that claim to be legitimate, but are just ordinary scams or junk. The good ones rely on tested software algorithms that indicate when a particular asset might be experiencing a trending bias. Options do not work that great when markets are ranging. Validate winning percentages, and do a complete due-diligence review before you make a decision. Also be wary of a broker that offers to trade on your behalf. They are trying to entice you to increase your deposit and then enter a losing trade thereafter. Binary option brokers only make money if you lose it.
If you have a $1000 account, keep risk to$10 or $20 (1% or 2%) per binary options trade. Risk 5% ($50 in this case) is the absolute maximum and isn't recommended. When you start trading you'll want to make as much money as you can, as quickly as you can. Making some quick cash is why many people attempt trading. Avoid this impulse though. Risking a lot on each trade is more likely to empty your trading account than create a windfall. Most new traders don't have a trading method they tested and practiced, and therefore have no idea if they are a good trader or not.
“When you take into account all the bad trades I made while I was still learning the ropes, it’s really quite an astonishing accomplishment. Even more astonishing is that, after an additional four months, I had parlayed the original sum of less than $150 into more than$15,000. I took that money and remodelled my kitchen and bathroom, but I left a little for seed money in new trades. I know I can repeat my success and have already started trading again.”