Take advantage of OptionTrade’s trading tools to maximise your success:
Increase your chances by delaying your expiry time with just 30% additional investment.
When you spot an opportunity, doubling up your initial investment before an option expires is a quick way to maximise your profits on winning market movements.
When the market is moving against you, cut your losses and potentially make a small profit mid-trade by using the Sell Option tool.
For Classic Binary Options, select the multi-view options to place multiple trades quickly and easily. You can still choose instrument, expiry time and investment amount.
Gain some insight into the recent performance of an asset by analysing its recent movements and identify trends that may lead to winning trades
The Trade Confirmation screen secures a 3 second rate freeze during which time you can consider either cancelling or proceeding with your trade.
A Stock Pair pits two major assets against each other, allowing you to invest on which stock will perform better within a specific timeframe.
Risk Warning: Trading Binary Options may not be suitable for all investors as it carries a high degree of risk to your capital. Trading such products is risky and you may lose all of your investment. Please read the full Risk Disclosure
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