Make the most of short-term market movements with our two types of binaries: IG binaries and sprint markets (fast binaries)
Please remember, your capital is at risk
Potential for quick results
Timescales range from 60 seconds to monthly
Limit your risk
Know your potential profit and loss up front
Wide range of markets
Major European and international markets
Trade on volatility
Place quick, one-question trades
What timeframes do you want to trade?
|Longer term - from 5 minutes to monthly||Shorter term - from 1 minute to 1 hour|
|Do you want to be able to choose the binary type?||Yes - choose up to 6 types||No - just trade super-fast binaries|
|Do you want the ability to close out before expiry?||Yes||No|
|How do you want your trade to be priced?||
Variable pricing based on underlying market, time to expiry, client sentiment and our expectation of future volatility
|A low, fixed $40 minimum cost where you choose your own binary|
A binary is a limited-risk contract, generally based on a single question with a simple yes/no answer.
Eg. Will the underlying market do X before the binary expires?
If you're right at the time of expiry, you win. If you're wrong, you lose.
* The fast-moving nature of binaries and sprints provides the possibility of short-term gains, alongside any potential losses. Although they are limited risk, you should be aware that there is still the potential to make substantial losses as well as gains.
AUSTRALIA 200 UP binary: Will the ASX 200 be above 5430 at the close of the session? The current prices are 70/75.
If you agree with the statement, you believe the ASX 200 will close above 5430 at the end of the session. The price you enter in at is 75 and you buy this binary.
Scenario 1) The ASX200 closes at 5435 (above 5430), the binary settles at 100 points (statement is correct) and you will receive the difference between 100 and 75. Thus you have profited 25 points.
Scenario 2) The ASX200 closes at 5425 (below 5430), the binary settles at 0 points (statement is incorrect) and you will pay the difference between 75 and 0. Thus you have lost 75 points.
If you disagree with the statement, you believe the ASX 200 will not close above 5430 at the end of the session. The price you enter in at is 70 and you sell this binary.
Scenario 1) The ASX200 closes at 5435 (above 5430), the binary settles at 100 points (statement is correct) and you will pay the difference between 100 and 70. Thus you have lost 30 points.
Scenario 2) The ASX200 closes at 5425 (below 5430), the binary settles at 0 points (statement is incorrect) and you will have gained the difference between 70 and 0. Thus you have profited 70 points.