How to Trade Binary Options

How to Trade Binary Options

  1. Binary options – the world’s easiest financial instrument. They allow traders to profit from price movements across all the world’s markets
  2. There are only 2 types of transactions you can make with binary options: CALL and PUT.

The IQ Option platform allows our traders to make investments starting from just $1. The rate of return can be adjusted, that way losing trades will return a defined percentage into the trader’s account.



  1. Call – Option for rising prices. If you believe the price is about to go up, choose this option.

PUT – Option for falling prices. Buy this option when you expect the price to decrease.

If you see on the chart that the price isn’t rising or falling, that means that right now there’s a “neutral trend.” In this case, it’s best to hold off on buying this option. Consider choosing a different asset to invest in.

Trend examples:

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  1. Never invest more than 2% of your capital in a single option. This is the golden rule for any investor. This way you can manage your investing without losing your head…or your money
  2. If 60% of your transactions end up “in the money” then you will be consistently profitable, and you may gradually increase your investment amount.
  3. In order to improve the quality of your results, use technical & fundamental market analysis.
  4. Try different asset classes. If you’re not getting results with currency pairs, try stock indices. On IQ Option you can  find over 70 types of assets, including Amazon, Facebook, and Google.
  5. Sign up for IQ Option’s free trading webinars, where you’ll find out how to analyze trends, choose a trading strategy, and personally answer any questions you may have.

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U.K. Budget Deficit Narrows In December

The U.K. budget deficit narrowed at the end of the year, the Office for National Statistics showed Tuesday.

Public sector net borrowing, excluding public sector banks, decreased by GBP 0.4 billion from prior year to GBP 6.9 billion in December. The expected level of budget deficit was GBP 6.7 billion.

Of this GBP 6.9 billion, GBP 3.5 billion related to the cost of the “day-to-day” activities of the public sector, while GBP 3.4 billion related to the spending on infrastructure.

In the current financial year-to-date, or April to December 2016, the public sector borrowed GBP 63.8 billion. This was GBP 10.6 billion lower than in the previous financial year-to-date.

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Global macro overview for 24/01/2017

Global macro overview for 24/01/2017:

At 09:30am GMT today the United Kingdom Supreme Court voted 8-3 that the government can’t trigger article 50 without the parliament’s approval. It means, that the Brexit bill must be presented and any changes to law must be enacted by the UK parliament. Moreover, The Supreme Court added that devolved assemblies in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland do not need to give their consent. In conclusion, Prime Minister Theresa May must get the parliament’s approval before she begins Britain’s formal exit from the European Union. This means her plans to trigger Article 50 by the end of March 2017 could be amended or delayed.

Let’s now take a look at the GBP/USD technical picture in the 4H time frame. The market has bounced from technical support at the level of 1.2431 and now the bulls are trying to violate the intraday resistance at the level of 1.2545. If they succeed, the next resistance is seen at the level of 1.2729. If they fail, the support will be tested again. In a case of a breakout lower, the next support is seen at the level of 1.2251.


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Pound Climbs After U.K. Top Court Allows Parlimentary Vote On EU Exit Process

The pound strengthened against its major rivals in the European session on Tuesday, after the U.K. Supreme court ruled that the government cannot invoke Article 50 without getting approval from the Parliament.

Rejecting the government’s contention, the Court granted the Parliament the right to debate and vote on the process of invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

The pound advanced to near 3-week highs of 0.8565 versus the euro and 1.2532 against the franc, from its early lows of 0.8633 and 1.2437, respectively.

The pound rose to a session’s high of 142.08 versus yen, off its previous low of 140.94.

The pound recovered to 1.2533 against the greenback, off early low of 1.2436. The pound is thus not far from the vicinity of its early near 6-week high of 1.2545.

The next possible resistance for the pound may be found around 144.00 against the yen, 1.26 against the franc, 1.26 against the greenback and 0.84 against the euro.

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