VWAP Indicator and Strategy for Binary Options

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 by Tim Lanoue


Having a solid trading strategy is imperative if you wish to succeed while trading binary options. Whether your strategy be fundamentally or technically based you must have a solid game plan in mind if you want to take on the financial markets and succeed. Today we are going to take a technical approach for taking on the financial markets and it involves the use of two binary options indicators.

These two indicators are known as the simple moving average indicator and the volume weighted average price indicator, moving forward we will cover the basics, set­up, and implementation of this simple yet highly effective trading strategy. As many of you may know by now I am quite the fan of moving average indicators due to their incredible ability to signal possible trading entries. For those of who you are not familiar with moving averages it is a technical indicator that has the main function of predicting price reversals. Now the unique characteristic about moving average indicators is that they can be set to reflect different price averages over a certain duration of days, this average is based entirely on your desire but for the sake of this strategy we will be setting our simple moving average indicator to a period of 4. Meaning that we will see the average price of the targeted asset over the last four days.


The other technical indicator that we will be using in this short­term trading strategy would be the VWAP indicator, otherwise known as the Volume Weighted Price Indicator. One of the main functions of this indicator is to predict bearish and bullish market conditions. This plays in great strengths when paired with our moving average indicator because they both predict future price reversals which is what our strategy is based upon. Setting up the VWAP indicator further more we need to set the time frame to 5 minutes. Next, it basically is adding your indicators to your charting solution and editing the moving average to the desired time period of 4. When using this strategy we want to make sure that we are using reliable assets such as low volatility currency pairs and high volume stocks. Some of these reliable assets are listed as follows: Eur/Usd, Usd/Cad, Nzd/Usd, Apple, Nike and Exxon.

Now that we have a proper set up we can focus on the more complicated part of this strategy, the implementation. Looking in the picture below you can see that we have the Eur/Usd with a time frame of 5 minutes with 10 different trades placed. Moving forward, if you couldn’t tell, our VWAP indicator line is our signal generating line, once the VWAP indicator crosses with our moving average indicator then we are signaled. If our VWAP crosses our moving average line in a downward direction then we place a short­term PUT trade with an expiry time of 3 to 10 minutes and vice versa for upward crosses. Now you can wait for a confirmation candle to appear next to the cross but it is not necessary, in all the trades placed in the picture you can see that I did not wait for a confirmation candle to appear, this still resulted in 90% in­the­money success rate.

Trading with technical indicators along with a fundamentally sound trading strategy will determine your success as a trader. The strategy described above is quite simple and offers a high success rate making it ideal for traders of all experience levels to utilize. As always guys, if you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them below!

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Binary Options Fisher Transform Trading Strategy

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

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If you guys are fishing for a new binary options trading strategy well then I have quite the catch for you here. Today we are going to discuss a great technical indicator that should be a part of any trader’s strategy arsenal. The main indicators that we will be using with this strategy is the Fisher Transform indicator and a simple moving average indicator. Moving forward we will cover the fundamentals and complexities of these indicators and how to properly set up a high success trading strategy.

For those of you who don’t know the Fisher Transform indicator is solely a technical indicator used to predict price reversals. Furthering your knowledge, this technical indicator is known as an oscillator which means that the way this indicator works is that the value of the indicator fluctuates along face values which can be used to measure market conditions of the targeted asset. This indicator is a great indicator to use in combination with the Relative Strength Index indicator but most of all with the moving average indicator. The moving average indicator is a simple technical indicator that uses a predetermined time period to show the assets past price history which allows traders to easily predict future price reversals.

Setting up this indicator is relatively simple and really only requires the use of a charting solution in order to get started. One of my favorite charting solutions to use is www.freestockcharts.com because it is free and is wired directly into the marketplace so you see the best price values of assets. Now when it comes to picking out a good asset to trade we should use a low volatility currency pair like the Eur/Usd, Usd/Cad or Usd/Chf. High-volume stocks that can be traded with this strategy as well would be Apple, Nike, Amazon and Exxon. Selecting one of these assets now we need to change the time frame to 15 minutes on the chart and now to customize the other two indicators. Originally the Fisher Transform indicator is set to a period of 10 so we need to edit the indicator and change the period setting to 20. The simple moving average indicator needs to be set at a period of 50 which can be done by right clicking and selecting Edit Indicator.


Now that we have the proper set up we can wait for our signals to be generated. The signal process is quite simple and any novice trader can effectively trade with this strategy. As you can see in the picture below when our Fisher Transform line crosses our moving average line we place a trade in the direction of the cross. So if the Fisher line crosses our moving average line in a downward direction we would place a PUT trade and vice versa. Now either you can wait for a confirmation candle to appear right above the cross and if the candle is heading in the same direction of the cross then you can place that trade, however this confirmation is not needed. Without the confirmation we still won 4 out of the 5 trades so as you can see this is a solid strategy that doesn’t require confirmations. Average expiry times that one should use when using this strategy would be anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes.

Using this strategy during market hours will ensure your best chances of success but this strategy can also be used during intra-trading hours. One of the best advantages about this strategy is that it is simple enough to be used by new traders but also effective enough to be used by experienced traders. As always guys if you have any questions, comments or suggestions please feel free to leave them below and I will get back to you!

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Classic Option Trading Strategy

Sunday, October 5th, 2014

Sunday, October 5th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

There are so many styles of trading offered by binary option brokers that much of the time as traders we forget about the most practical style of trading, the classic style option. This was the first style of trading offered by binary option brokers and to this day many brokers still offer this style of trading so that must mean it is a profitable style of trading.

This trading strategy requires the use of three exponential moving averages set at a period of 5, 13 and 50. For those of you who are not familiar with moving averages, they are technical indicators that plot the average price level for a particular asset over a set period of days. So for example, one of our moving averages is set at a period of 5 so it is plotting the average price of our selected asset of the last 5 days. The way these moving averages cross one another oftentimes signify trading set ups and signals.

In the picture below you can see an example of how this trading strategy is set up and executed. In order for a CALL trade to set up we need our 13 exponential moving average line to cross our 5 exponential moving average line in an upward direction. The next thing we need to make sure of is that the 5 and 13 moving average lines are above the 50 exponential moving average line, if it is then we are good to place a CALL trade. In the second picture below you can see an example of how a PUT trade is set up and executed. It basically is the opposite of the CALL trade set up; we wait for our 13 EMA line to cross our 5 EMA line in a downward direction. Next we make sure that the 50 EMA line is above both the 5 and 13 EMA line and if it is then we are good to place the trade.

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All trading expiry times should consist of 5-15 minutes, it is difficult to say exactly when because Classic Options often expiry at the end of a quarter, half or whole hour. As long as you stay within the 5 to 15 minute expiry time frame you should see a successful investment payout. Also, when trading with this strategy we want to make sure that the time frame that we are watching our asset is set to 15 minutes. Lastly, I found this strategy to have the best success rates with low volatility currency pairs. A few popular low volatility currency pairs that you could use this strategy with would be the Eur/Usd, Usd/Chf and Usd/Cad.

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Binary options is the most profitable and easiest style of online trading provided to online traders and will only continue to grow in popularity. Having a reliable trading strategy like the one given above is key for your success. Make sure you always have a game plan and stick around for more articles to come! If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please feel free to leave them below and I will get back to you as soon as possible!

Decision Point Price Momentum Oscillator

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 by Sjay Bell

I am back again with another review of one of my favorite indicators to utilize when trading Binary Options. That indicator is called the Decision Point Price Momentum Oscillator. It is great for verifying whether a trend is certain to reverse. And, it is so simple to interpret and utilize to your advantage. I will explain what exactly it is, and how it is calculated. Towards the end, I will show you how we as Binary Options traders can utilize this indicator to our advantage. I can’t wait to tell you guys more about this amazing indicator. So, without further ado, let’s get to it!

The Decision Point Price Momentum Oscillator (PMO) is an oscillator focused around a Rate of Change (ROC) estimation that is smoothed twice with EMA’s that utilize a custom smoothing methodology. Since the PMO is standardized, it can additionally be utilized as a relative strength tool. Stocks can in this way be positioned by their PMO value as an articulation of relative strength.

The Decision Point Price Momentum Oscillator is determined by taking a one period rate of change and smoothing it with two custom smoothing capacities. The custom smoothing capacities are fundamentally the same to Exponential Moving Averages. However, as opposed to adding one to the time period setting to make the smoothing multiplier, the smoothing capacities simply utilizes the period independent from anything else.

The PMO sways in connection to a zero line. Typically, the PMO course demonstrates if quality is expanding or diminishing, and the steepness of the trend edge shows the force behind the move. Since this is an inward degree estimation (versus outside, in the same way as the standard relative strength computation, which isolates one cost by an alternate price index), it gives back a come about that is standardized and might be contrasted with the PMO consequence of another security or index. In this manner, traders can rank a rundown of securities or records in relative strength request basically by utilizing their PMO values. The rundown does not need to be homogeneous. The PMO might be utilized to rank market indexes, stocks and mutual funds in the same rundown.

An indicator that looks very much alike to the PMO is the MACD (Moving Average Convergence-Divergence) indicator developed by Gerald Appel. The fundamental distinction between the PMO and MACD is without a doubt the estimation of each indicator. The MACD is focused around moving average computations, and one MACD perusing bears no relationship at all to an alternate; though the PMO, as clarified above, is an inward degree.

The PMO can help figure out whether a price index is overbought or oversold. The typical PMO range for this index is from about +2.5 (overbought) to -2.5 (oversold), and, when the PMO approaches or breaks those cutoff points, it regularly indicates a price inversion. At the point when the PMO alters course at or past the extremes of its typical extent, it is a decently dependable evidence that a moderate term alter in price direction is occurring.

As a momentum indicator, the PMO demonstrates the course and speed of price development. In this respect it is similar to other momentum indicators. Additional ending patterns normally are joined by regular PMO course changes. PMO bottoms and tops recommend that price momentum has moved course, so they can give early flags to price tops and bottoms. They are typically more dependable when the PMO is in overbought or oversold territory.

How can Binary Options traders utilize this indicator?

This technique is so simple to follow, yet so effective. For a call option, you want to wait until the PMO as well as the signal line began to reverse upward in a well-defined uptrend. It’s the same for a put option. Just allow the PMO and signal line to reverse into a downward move while there is a well-defined downtrend. Both call and put option scenarios are demonstrated below:


The Decision Point Price Momentum Oscillator (PMO) can be utilized as both a measure of relative strength, momentum, and overbought/oversold conditions. It can additionally be utilized to focus price inversions utilizing bull and bear crossovers. If followed correctly and under the right market conditions, this indicator can improve you’re trading results drastically. If you guys have any questions or concerns, feel free to ask and I will be more than happy to address them. I hope you all found this very helpful. Be sure to check out our articles for more awesome information. Cheers!

The Center of Gravity Strategy for Binary Options!

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

Saturday, September 6th, 2014 by Sjay Bell

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Today I am very excited to introduce a new strategy that utilizes The Center of Gravity indicator. This strategy is so awesome and has shown to provide a substantial amount of success for your everyday novice traders. This indicator has been one of my personal favorites for a long time, and has yet to disappoint me. I’m very eager to share the Center of Gravity strategy with you guys. Without further ado, I will go more in-depth into what exactly the Center of Gravity is, and how you can utilize it to your advantage when trading Binary Options.


What exactly is The Center of Gravity Indicator?

Basically, The Center of Gravity is an oscillator that has the ability to detect reversals in the market. When applied to a chart, it displays multiple bands bordering the highs and lows of the Price Action. I guess that’s why it’s called “The Center of Gravity”. Price fluctuates between these bands. But, when price surpasses these bands, it’s a signal of a continuing up or down trend. The price can change unexpectedly however will return – soon or late – to its inside line. At the point when the price moves in the red zone, the security is overbought and a descending restorative move is normal in most circumstances. At the point when moving into the green line, the security is oversold and an upturn is plausible.


Here are 3 zones you should keep in mind:

  • The Neutral zone, in the center zone between the red and the green line. At the point when the Timing indicator is in this zone, one ought to rather not open any positions. Be patient and hold up.
  • The Red zone above, circumscribed by the 2 red lines and the Green zone underneath, flanked by the 2 green lines are passageway zones. On the off-chance that a trader has a long position and the Timing indicator goes into the red zone, the position is to be sold. On the off-chance that the trader is short on a trade and the Timing indicator goes into the green zone, the short position could be closed.
  • The Extreme zones are the zones over the upper red line or beneath the lower green line. These zones are great entrance focuses. If the Timing indicator is over the upper red line, then opening a short position is to be considered. Should the Timing indicator be underneath the lower green zone, then the security is to be purchased.


The Center of Gravity Binary Options Strategy!

When tested with Binary Options, this strategy has shown to be most profitable on 5 minute charts, and by taking 10 as well as 15 minute trades. There are many ways to utilize this indicator when trading Binary Options. But, I found that the Center of Gravity produces more reliable signals when combined with a couple other indicators. These indicators include the Dynamic RSI, and the Timing indicator. These two indicators combined with the Center of Gravity have shown to provide some extremely good call/put signals.

Enter a call option when:

– The Dynamic RSI exits then re-enters the lower bands.

– The Center of Gravity is lingering in the green zone.

– The Timing is underneath the green zone.

Enter a put option when:

– The Dynamic RSI exits them re-enters the lower bands.

– The Center of Gravity is lingering in the red zone.

– The Timing is higher than then red zone.


Here is an example of the perfect setup for a put option:


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I can’t stress enough about how awesome this indicator is. The above technique is just one of many ways anybody can utilize this indicator to make money with Binary Options. It has proven to me and many others that it is reliable and can be incorporated into your daily trading routine. I also found that the Center of Gravity is a great alternative to Bollinger Bands. It’s great for helping you identify support and resistance in trending markets. If you wanted to, you can probably trade with this indicator alone. All you would have to do is allow price to rise to the highest and lowest bands before making your call/put options. But, I highly recommend utilizing the assistance of other indicators to ensure the best signals possible. I hope you all found this information beneficial. Checkout our other articles for more useful information. Cheers!

Advance-Decline Line Strategy

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 by Sjay Bell

The Advance-Decline Line (AD Line) is a range indicator focused on Net Advances, which is the amount of proceeding stocks less the number of decreasing stocks. Net Advances are definite when advances surpass decreases and negative when decreases surpass advances. The AD Line is an accumulative calculation of Net Advances. It increases when Net Advances are definite and decreases when Net Advances are negative. Ordinarily, the advance-decline data comes from the NYSE or NASDAQ on an everyday base. Traders can use the AD Line for the index and contrast it to the activity of the authentic index. The AD Line is supposed to ensure a cost increase or decrease with indistinguishable motions. Bullish or bearish differences in the AD Line indicate alter in involvement that could signal a price reversal.


The confirmed reading of the AD Line relies on the kickoff point for the computation. The AD Line has to lead off somewhere so that the first computation is primarily Net Advances for an exclusive point. The following computation is the AD Line reading for the foregoing period plus Net Advances for the present period. The AD Line calculates the level of involvement in an advance or a fall. An AD Line that elevates and achieves new highs along with the underlying index demonstrates powerful involvement that is bullish. An AD Line that runs out to maintain step with the underlying index and assure the new highs indicates diminishing involvement. Market strength is threatened when insufficient stocks take part in an advance. Diminishing involvement is frequently associated with a bearish divergence between the AD Line and the underlying index. On the flip side, the market is seen as frail when the AD Line drops to new lows along with the underlying index. A bullish divergence occurs when the AD Line fails to achieve a lower low along with the index. This indicates insufficient stocks are diminishing and the diminution in the index may be coming to an end.

The advance-decline data may carry some traits that traders should be mindful of. Foremost, there is a long-term sinking influence in the Nasdaq AD Line. This is due to that fact that the NASDAQ listing needs is not as stern as NYSE listing needs. The NASDAQ contains upstarts in sectors fluctuating from biotech to technology to alternative energy. There may be an enormous upside probability, but there is also the danger of failure. A lot NASDAQ stocks are vulnerable to removal. Companies that fail are deleted from the index and substituted, but their tough impact on Net Advances stays.

Advance-Decline Line Strategy Conclusion!

The AD Line is a range indicator that indicates market involvement. A broad advance indicates the huge bulk of stocks are partaking and this will drive the AD Line to elevate sharply higher. A small advance indicates little involvement that will drive the AD Line to proceed a little higher. Declines can likewise be broad or narrow. A wide-based advance indicates underlying strength that elevates most boats. This is bullish. A small advance indicates a comparatively mixed market that is most suitable or best qualified. Slenderness in a development or decay sets up the divergence signals. An advance with slender support is unrealistic to stay aware of the underlying index and a bearish divergence will form. Correspondingly, a decrease with limited interest is unrealistic to stay aware of the index and a bullish divergence will form. These divergences can help traders recognize vital inversions in the market. I hope you all found this information beneficial. Checkout our other articles for more useful information. Cheers!


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Introduction to Indices Option Trading

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Friday, August 15th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

Indices are perhaps one of the most underutilized trading assets due to their lack of popularity and the unfamiliarity that traders share with the index. For those of who you are unfamiliar with what indices are they simply an index used to reflect and measure change in the economy. Every index is different in their composition, meaning the make up and they all act differently. Below I will cover what to look for when trading indices and the indices best utilized with the fundamental suggestion.

Strong Bearish/Bullish Trends with Dollar Value

The overall dollar value will always effect the price of an index. You have to remember that indices are used as a way to measure certain market conditions and assets. So as you can imagine if the price of the dollar is rising so will the price of a certain index. The opposite could be said when the price of the dollar goes down, some indices will rise and others will drop in value. Tangibility wise though indices do not carry any true value, there value is indirectly effected by market assets and conditions. When the price of the dollar value is rising, popular assets to place call trades with would be the S&P 500, DAX 30, Bitcoin, and NASDAQ 100 and Dow Jones. However, if the value of the dollar is decreasing then indices you would want to trade would be the S&P 500, NASDAQ 100 NS FTSE 100.


Rising Price Value of High Volumed Stocks

Many of the more popular indices are a reflection on a number of stocks, so when the prices of high volume stocks are changing so is the value of certain indices. Popular high volumed stocks that you should watch are as listed: KATE, AAPL, TWTR, FB, and MSFT. When the value of these major stocks are effected I would consider placing a trade in the same direction that the stocks are going with the indices S&P 500, FTSE 100 and MSCI.

Price of Oil

Oil has such a strong correlation with currency pairs and stocks but what many traders fail to realize is that it also affects the value of an index. This main index would be the S&P 500, when the price of oil rises the value of the S&P 500 will decrease and vice versa. So if the price of oil drops then the price of the S&P will increase. I use the correlation between oil prices and the S&P 500 when trading binary options almost on a daily basis, it is extremely easy to take advantage of and is highly effective.

Indices are the most under-traded asset in binary options and will probably continue to be due to lack of popularity. If you are new, experienced or a trader who prefers fundamental analysis opposed to technical analysis trading strategies then this strategy would be great for you. Sometimes to really pays off taking advantage of the little correlations that go on between indices and market conditions that could ultimately dictate your amount of success as a binary options trader. If you guys have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them below.

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Why are most Binary Options Signals not successful?

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

Thursday, August 14th, 2014 by Michael Freeman

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In reference to my last YouTube video answering the question “Why most Binary Options Signals services FAIL? ” I decided to post this article for my blog subscribers and other readers who might be asking the same important question.

So why most signals services fail? The first reason, which is not what I am going to be discussing today is that many of the services are simply fake and/or have no clue on how to trade binary options and obviously can’t meet the advertised performance. However, this is not the reason I want to go over today and instead I want to discuss the reason why the highly rated, profitable services are often unable to deliver subscribers with a profitable trading results. There is a core issue that many services fail to address on their offer pages and it might be in deliberately but in doesn’t change the sad reality in which the end result is a losing performance!


The Reason why Most Binary Options Signals FAIL is because each broker offers different entry and expiry times so in many cases what happens is that the signals service or softwares sends/generates a signal, with the signal not matching any available expiry time on your trading platform. Many traders end up setting the expiry for 15,30 minutes later than the specified expiry on the signal. The problem is that even if you’re off by a few minutes in setting the expiry according to the signal, you can lose a potentially winning trade. Binary options are traded on short-term expiry times and price can be extremely volatile, every pip counts and if a trader is unable to match the signal’s expiry with an expiry that’s currently available on his/her live trading account, the signal is worthless.

Most of the signals services don’t address this issue and many traders end up giving up because they can’t seem to make sense of how to set the expiry according to the signal and based on all the feedback I am getting from traders, it seems like the issue is widespread and many signals services and software fail to find a solution to this significant matter.

I want you guys to take the Option Bot 2.0 as an example, as it’s one of the few software developed with this factor in mind. They found a solution to this problem by introducing a software that allows traders to maximize their ability to accurately trade each signal that is generated by the software by allowing traders to enter trades on multiple broker platforms simultaneously while automatically identifying the broker with the matching expiry for each signal the software generates. By the way, I am a great fan Gary Davis fan (the software developer), supporter and active trader on the Option Bot 2.0 and if you plan to trade / or currently trading with the Option Bot 2.0 I want you to checkout the YouTube video on my recommended trading hours, setting and currency pairs when trading on the Option Bot 2.0. (Optionbot Best Setting, hours and Assets) It’s one of the most popular software in the market today and maintained its reputation over the years due to its ability to retain their traders by delivering profitable results. The idea of trading a profitable signal on multiple platforms is very appealing as it allows traders to leverage the profits from each signal delivered by the Option Bot 2.0 while the signal’s expiry matches 2+ broker platforms.


If you shop around for a reliable software or signals services, your search might yield no results since almost none of the software or services in the binary options market today, managed to connect traders with the right brokers or take the necessary steps in order to create a software that can match each signal with the right expiry offered by their clients brokers.

I also operate my own signals group and send signals to a group of subscribers, I make sure to address this issue in my own way by sending signals with expiry times that are available on all broker platforms listed on my signals group and I also help traders understand the time zone differences in case there’s any confusion. Another issue is with support, if traders have no clue how to trade the signal and the service doesn’t offer proper support, the trader is bound to fail. The goal is to make sure that a trader is able to enter the trade %100 in accordance to the signal. The Option Bot 2.0 managed to automate this process while in my case, I don’t offer a software to my subscribers but my signals are delivered on time via email or SMS. If you are interested to participate in my signals group you can register on my Mike’s Signals Group Page!

My conclusion is that obviously there’s a way to solve this issue but most binary options signals simply don’t care if the signal matches the trader’s entry/expiry times and in many cases this is the reason why most services, reliable or not, end up failing their subscribers!

I hope this article clarified this very important issue that bothers many traders. I receive many emails from traders who report failed experiences and often with services that are known to achieve good results and receive high ratings, yet if they fail to connect their traders with the right brokers, chances are they might set their traders for failure.

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No Touch Strategy for Binary Options

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

After receiving numerous emails these past few months about possible No Touch options trading strategies, I took it upon myself to construct and test out a no touch binary options trading strategy that delivered consistent results. For those of you who are not familiar with no touch options they basically are the exact opposite of one touch trading strategies. Basically, you are predicting that the price value of one asset will not reach a certain lower or higher price barrier, if the price passes any of those barriers you lose the trade, however, if not then you can see investment payouts up to 300-500%. Meaning that if you invest $100 you can see a return of $300-500 for one trade. Moving forward I will cover the basics of my no touch trading strategy.


The ‘No Touch options’ Strategy Guidelines

Probably the most crucial part of this strategy is the set-up, you have to make sure everything is set-up correctly or you will more than likely lose the trade. You will need access to a charting solution, I prefer to use www.freestockcharts.com because it loads quickly and they have a large number of indicators and tools that you can use and take advantage of. When I was trying this strategy out I was only trading from the following four currency pairs: Eur/Usd, Usd/Chf, Usd/Cad and Nzd/Usd. These currency pairs have low volatility, meaning that they are less prone to change directions due to minor market fluctuations. So once you have selected a couple of the assets to watch you want to make sure that the time frame that you are watching those assets is set at 15 minutes. No Touch expiry times vary by broker so I like to watch a medium timed candle I guess you could say just to play it safe. Next I add an exponential moving average and have it set at a period of 20, once that is done then you are onto the next step.

The No Touch Strategy Explained!

Now that you have everything set up properly it really is just a waiting game until you find the right opportunity. In the picture below you can see an example of how I would trade this strategy. If our moving average line is crossing through any of our candles then I do not set-up and place a trade, I wait for it to weed itself out of the candle and then see where it is. If it is below the candle then I wait for a second confirmation candle, as seen below and if that candle does not touch or cross that moving average line then I will take that no touch trade saying it will not go below that selected barrier. And vice versa for if the moving average is above the candles, I wait for a second candle confirmation and then place an investment saying that the price value will not pass or touch that resistance barrier.


Where can You Trade No Touch Options?

Trading binary options with the no touch style can be difficult to master but as long as you apply this strategy correctly then you should have no problem seeing huge investment returns. Lately, I have just been doing 2-3 of these trades per day and have seen some large payouts that are extremely rewarding. If you are interested to get started with the No Touch feature, keep in mind that most brokers don’t offer it. Below is a link to my highly recmmended No Touch broker and one of the few brands to integrate Forex and Binary Options features in one platform with Stop-loss, Short-term, Long-term, wide range of expiry, One/No touch and a wide range of technical analysis tools offered on the platform.

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Silver Option Trading – The Smart Way!

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

Binary options traders of all experience levels constantly seem to be out on the prowl for the holy grail of trading strategies. Like I have said, and many other wise traders have also said, there is no such thing as the holy grail trading strategy. If you ever come across a website, article, or product that claims to be the “best” I would take it with a grain of salt. Many traders fall under the impression that the only way they will succeed if is they are using charting solutions and using indicators to predict trades, however, what many fail to realize is that using fundamental analysis can be just as effective as using technical analysis strategies. Moving forward we will cover what effects the price of silver and how it can be applied to a trading strategy.

Changes in Oil Prices

As a long time indicator for dictating changing prices of popular commodities, the change in the value of oil will indirectly effect the value of silver. If there is a large dip in the price of oil, you can see how the price of silver will also drop. However, if the price of oil starts to soar you can bet that the price of silver will also soar. This can be an extremely effective strategy to use when trading classic option style binary options.

Lessening of Dollar Value

Inflation and the decrease in the value of the dollar will directly effect the value of silver. Now this may be difficult to understand but when inflation occurs (meaning the price of the dollar value rises yet it loses value) the price of silver will more than likely decrease. Yes, thats right, decrease. On the other hand, if the price of the dollar value decreases then the price of silver will more than likely increase. It kind of has an adverse effect on the price of silver.

Nationalization of Silver

Although this is not a problem yet it could be a huge factor that could some day effect the price of silver. Peru is one of the largest producers of silver and if their president was to nationalize silver it would severely limit the amount of silver produced causing prices to spike to new, unimaginable highs. This is something definitely to keep an eye on because if done the price of silver would rise for months at a time, meaning you could ride up trends while trading binary options where you are more than likely to win every investment made.


Trading Silver Option ‘The Smart’ Way!

The use of charting solutions and indicators will always serve as the backbone when it comes to any style of trading. However, using fundamental analysis is an easy way to take advantage of easy trade opportunities without the use of trading indicators. The two constant things to be on the look out of are the prices of oil and the dollar value, these are the two most common factors that effect the price of silver. The nationalization of silver has not occurred yet and it may not but if it does make sure to take it for hard bull calls. Hope you guys enjoyed the article and best of luck trading! If you have any suggestions, comments or questions please feel free to leave them below!