As already stated ask for access to the brokers demo system and check that it is a fully interactive system and not just a series of slides and graphics. Most brokers will insist that you make a deposit before allowing access to their demo systems but if you are serious about trading you will be making a deposit when you get started so this should not be an issue for you.  Give yourself time to get to know the system fully and to practice trading and using your strategy.
Also called the Up/Down binary trade, the essence is to predict if the market price of the asset will end up higher or lower than the strike price (the selected target price) before the expiration. If the trader expects the price to go up (the “Up” or “High” trade), he purchases a call option. If he expects the price to head downwards (“Low” or “Down”), he purchases a put option. Expiry times can be as low as 5 minutes.

Along with this increase in interest is the Internet growth of white-label platforms offered for binary options. This isn’t surprising because binary options have many positives, one being the ability to put on a trade for a simple “yes” or “no” on whether a market will be up or down within an expiration time that can be between five and 30 minutes. Also, many trades can return more than 70%. No doubt, this kind of trading is extremely attractive. From a technical perspective these are at-the-money options with very short-term expirations. But from a risk management point of view, binary options require a win/loss ratio of 6-out-of-10 trades to break even.
Successful traders research their assets well, keeping up to date with any news that is likely to affect their asset price and keep an eye on an Economic Calendar, checking what events are coming up that may cause the asset price to rise or fall. In addition, they use proven strategies that work for them. Trading without research or reliable binary options trading strategy is a sure way to lose more trades than you win and your broker will love you!
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Diary sounds so old-fashioned, but fast-paced trading that is often present in binary trading often creates confusion and makes traders forget how and when they traded. The binary trading diary can be manual or in digital form. You can even use trading history that is available as an interesting feature on many trading platforms. Revisit it every now and then and se what trades are lost. Are you maybe better at trading commodities rather than trading currencies? Without an overview over your trades you will probably never know.

In February 2017 the Times of Israel reported that the FBI was conducting an active international investigation of binary option fraud, emphasizing its international nature, saying that the agency was "not limited to the USA". Victims from around the world were asked to contact an FBI field office or the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center. The investigation is not limited to the binary options brokers, but is comprehensive and could include companies that provide services that allow the industry to operate. Credit card issuers will be informed of the fraudulent nature of much of the industry, which could possibly allow victims to receive a chargeback, or refund, of fraudulently obtained money.[6]
The financial products offered via this website include binary options, contracts for difference ("CFDs") and other complex derivatives and financial products. Trading binary options may not be suitable for everyone. Trading CFDs carries a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, the products offered on this website may not be suitable for all investors because of the risk of losing all of your invested capital. You should never invest money that you cannot afford to lose, and never trade with borrowed money. Before trading in the complex financial products offered, please be sure to understand the risks involved and learn about Responsible Trading.
You need to understand the implied probability (the true odds of an event occurring) from the binary price. The midpoint between the buy/sell prices is a good indicator of the expected probability of the binary settling at 100. For example, if a binary buy price is $10 and sell price is $14, the midpoint of these amounts is $12. This indicates that the market expects there is only about a 12% probability of the binary settling at 100. In other words, there's only a 12% chance of you winning.
Binary options "are based on a simple 'yes' or 'no' proposition: Will an underlying asset be above a certain price at a certain time?"[20] 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.[20]
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