Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Forex Hedging With Binary Options

An Intro To Using Binary Options As A Forex Speculation Instrument

Definition of 'Binary Option'  --  (From Investopedia)
A type of option in which the payoff is structured to be either a fixed amount of compensation if the option expires in the money, or nothing at all if the option expires out of the money. Also sometimes referred to as "all-or-nothing options" or "digital options".
These binary options are different from "plain vanilla" options.

Using binary options as a vehicle for speculating in the Forex markets is really quite straightforward and uncomplicated. This can allow those who are who have little experience or are just getting into financial markets and Forex to get their feet wet without risking losing their shirt. You could potentially get started with the very modest minimum initial investment of $200 - though $500 as a minimum is recommended for proper money techniques to be implemented.

With returns up to 85% per trade on an hourly basis the potential for profit is enormous if done correctly and smartly. There is also significant risk of losing your initial investment. Which is why proper money management is crucial in binary options trading. The ability to precisely control your risk and risk/reward profile is one of the great draws of Forex binary options trading and when you harness that risk, accept it and use it properly, you can do very well for yourself. We turned $100 into a bit over $1000 in just a couple days last week. We very well may have lost that $100 we started with. But, we could only lose a maximum of that starting $100 and we had the opportunity to profit much much more than $100. So you see, that's the great thing about binary options trading for us.

1 comment:

digital options said...

Good to get more information about this new method of investing.