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Commodity Breakdown

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The commodity breakdown binary options strategy involves looking for disparities between current commodity prices and future outlooks. It is a strategy that involves both a look at long term fundamental analysis for the foreseeable future, but also looking at technical indicators to figure out when these two points of view

Binary End of Day Strategy

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Just like the title of the binary options trading strategy states, this method is aimed toward options that expire at the end of the day. This method gives you some great advantages, such as helping you to more efficiently use your time during the day. There are a number of

Gartley Pattern Touch Strategy

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The Gartley Pattern One Touch strategy is a very simple, yet highly sophisticated, binary options trading strategy. It employs touch (or one touch) options, and it has a very good success rate. Before you attempt to use this trading strategy for yourself, make sure that you understand what it is,

Non-Directional Volatility Trading

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When it comes to binary options, the most important thing that you can do is correctly guess the direction that an asset will be moving in. However, when volatility is high, this can be very difficult to do with any sort of consistency. By understanding non-directional trading, you can gain

Black-Scholes Options

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The Black-Scholes equation is a complex mathematical formula known as a partial differential equation. While the math behind this equation is pretty complex, there are calculators that you can find online that will do all of the math for you. In a nutshell, what the Black-Scholes Options strategy looks at

Risk Neutral Strategy

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The risk neutral strategy looks at trading opportunities that fall into a lower amount of risk for your binary options trading. It doesn’t just confine you to these trades though. By definition, a risk neutral strategy is one where risks can be taken from time to time, but the overall

When Stocks, Sectors, and Indices all Agree

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On Friday, September 2nd, all of the major sectors in the United States ended up for the day. However, there was a noticeable range amongst the sectors, with some performing well in a very convincing manner, and others barely finishing in the black for the day. The best performing sector

The Knock-On Effect

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The knock-on effect is a trading strategy that is closely related to the market pull effect. In the market pull effect, you see one asset having a direct impact on another asset. In the knock-on effect, the impact is more indirect, and often involves following a chain-reaction of events, similar

Digging the No Touch Options

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One of the exotic variations of the binary option is the touch/no touch option, sometimes referred to as the “one touch” option. Here, you are predicting whether or not the price of an asset will meet or surpass a given price. With this type of option, it doesn’t matter where

In Between Trading Strategy

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The in between trading strategy is a primarily a 60 second trading, and as such, it can carry a large amount of risk along with it. When used properly it acts as a supplement to your normal trading strategy, slightly bumping up the amount of money that you will be