Binary options articles
Below you find a list of our articles about binary options trading. These articles will help you to gain a better understanding of binary options; to learn how to read the markets; to find and succesfully apply option trading strategies; and ultimately to make more money with online binary options trading.
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A great way to improve your trading is through a binary options demo account. With a demo account you can practice your trading without taking any risk. In this article we look at what a demo trading account is, and show you where you can get a free demo account.
If you really want to be successful and make a lot of money, then you have to learn about the markets and how to trade. The top traders who earn millions have all learned how to trade binary options. How you can learn this too? By using the sources of information we've collected on this page. Below you find all the resources you need to learn everything about binary options.
There are different types of binary options available. Each type of binary options has its own advantages and disadvantages, and not all trading strategies are suitable for all options. In this article, we will discuss these types of binary options and the associated strategies.
To learn how to earn money with binary option trading, experience is of great importance. Of course, you can learn everything in theory: read articles and books about binary options, follow training courses and webinars, or talk with other traders about your strategy (Read this article to learn more about binary options trading). But to really get a feel for the market, there is no alternative to practical experience.
We often get the question: "What is the difference between binary options and ordinary stock options?". At first glance, stock options and binary options seem to have a lot in common. But when you look more closely, there are some big differences. In this article, we explain the differences between binary options and other options. If you are completely unfamiliar with binary options, we recommend that you read the article 'What are binary options' first.
Binary options are available on various underlying assets: stocks, indices, commodities and currencies. The latter are one of the most important financial products, both within the world of binary options and beyond. For every serious trader it makes sense to know something about the forex market, and there attractive opportunities for binary option traders.
Trading binary options is inherently risky. That is to say, you can experience large swings, both upwards and downwards. On a single option, you can make 80-90% profit, but you can also lose the invested amount. It is therefore important to protect yourself against the risk of trading. In this article, we explain three principles for risk management when trading in binary options. With these principles, you can protect your investment and avoid big losses.
Many active investors make money online by trading binary options. Why are binary options such an attractive way to make money online? Because it is an easy financial product, for which you can use knowledge you already have on companies, economies, currencies and commodities. In this article, we explain how you too can easily earn money with binary options trading.
Trading binary options can be quite lucrative. But there is a way to make binaries even more profitable: a binary option bonus. This is a free cash gift that you get from a binary options broker for trading. Sounds too good to be true? Yet it's real. In this article you can read how.
On this website we are always talking about binary options, but but what actually are options? 'Ordinary' (stock) options have been around much longer than binary options. They come from the world equity investing and are traded on the stock market. Options are so-called 'derived' financial products. That is, their value is derived from another product (for example, a stock). In this article we explain how options work and what different types of options there are.