Typical Returns on Trades
The returns for typical call/put options on GTOptions range from 70 percent up to 85 percent. Currencies, which are one of the more popular assets here, tend to have higher average payouts which hover around 85 percent. Commodities like gold are usually at the lower end of the return spectrum. If you are trading indices and stocks, you will typically see returns ranging from 70 to 75 percent in many cases. Also, consider the $10 trade minimum to help you get adjusted.
You can commonly see 85% payouts on trading assets
GTOptions offers some of the best returns on currencies of any broker out there. It is really tough to find returns of above 85 percent at any brokerage. Typically, you cannot find higher returns unless you are trading more exotic type options, such as one touch options with really far off set prices. The GTOptions one touch option of this sort can sometimes have a return of all the way up to 500 percent. These have higher payouts because they are much harder to achieve, so make sure that you are careful when trading these exotic options and take the added risk factors into account.
Getting Started with GT Options
If you want to open up an account with GTOptions, you will need some basic pieces of information such as your name, address, an email address, and a phone number. You will also need to choose a base currency that you wish to trade with. Setting up the account generally only takes a couple short minutes. Remember, after you create an account, you will need to verify that you exist and are a real person before you proceed any further.
Once you have created an account, you cannot start trading until you fund your account. The minimum amount that you need to fund your account with is $200. This also is the minimum deposit that you can make when reloading your account.
GTOptions has a variety of VIP accounts that you might be eligible for if you have high enough balances contained within your account.
How is the Trading Platform
Basically, you will see a list of assets on the page with a tiny price chart and a percentage number next to it. The chart shows the last several minutes of the asset’s price movement and the percentage is the return that a successful trade will earn. Once you choose an asset, you simply push the appropriate button for which direction that you think the trade will travel in. Call options are used when you think the price will go up, put options are used when you think that the price will go down. Make sure you get a demo account before you risk your money.
Here is a look at the back end and a Portfolio