Before diving in and starting to trade binary options there are several important terms you need to know. These terms will help you navigate trading binary options and will give you a better understanding of how binary options work. Getting a grasp of binary options terminology is a very important first step.
Binary options are a type of derivative. What this means is that the binary options represent a specific asset class. This asset class may refer to a specific currency pair or it may refer to a market index. The asset value refers to the change in price of the particular asset class.
When trading binary options there are two choices that the binary options trader must make. First of all the trader must select the investment amount. This is the amount that is placed on particular binary options trade. Next the binary options trader must to select the expiry time. This is the timeframe that the particular binary option will expire. Many brokers offer expiry times of one minute, five minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, and one hour. A particular asset class may behave quite differently over these various time frames.
There are two terms which are quite frequently associated with binary options they are call options and put options. A call option refers to an option where the trader is forecasting that the asset class will increase in value. A put option is referring to when the trader is forecasting that the asset class will decrease in value.
This basic information should help you navigate the initial steps in trading binary options.
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