At 15:00 the rate of the USDJPY pair on the currency market is 119.088 JPY per USD. You expect the price of the asset to rise over the course of the following hour. You select a Call / Put binary option contract on USDJPY that expires at 16:00. Since you expect the price to rise, you choose an Call option, investing 300 USD.
At 16:00 the price of USDJPY has risen to 120.048, meaning your prediction turned out to be correct. Since the Payout on the option is 90%, you earn 270 USD on the trade: 300 USD × 90% = 270 USD.
Choose whether you would like to have a boundary placed at a price level above or below the current price. If the market price reaches this boundary level before expiry, you can earn up to 100% profit on your trade.
At 11:45 gold is trading at 1,600 USD per ounce. You expect the price to reach 1,625 USD per ounce within the hour, so you select a Touch option on gold with 95% profitability that expires at 12:45. Once you have selected this option, you see the following 3 price levels:
Since you expect the price of gold to rise to 1,625 USD, you choose the "UP" option, investing
Over the course of the hour, the price of gold breaks the upper price boundary of 1,625 USD, eventually reaching 1,627, before dropping down below the price at the time the trade was placed.
Since you chose a Touch option, it doesn't matter that the price was down at expiration – all that matters is that the price broke the 1,625 USD upper price boundary. Since your forecast was correct, you earn 190 USD on the trade:
Choose whether the price will go up or down within a given range that will appear either above or below the current price. If the prediction is correct, then on expiry the profit is 100%!
At 18:05 EURUSD is trading at 1.3020. You expect the price to drop a few pips over the course of the next 5 minutes. Accordingly, you choose a Range option with a 95% Payout on EURUSD that will expire at 18:10. Once you choose this option, you see 3 price levels:
By 18:10 the price of EURUSD has dropped to 1.3014, 6 pips below the market price at the time you placed the trade, but still above the lower price boundary of 1.3012.
Since the price dropped, but didn't drop beneath the lower boundary level, you earn 950 USD on the trade: 1,000 USD × 95% = 950 USD.
Predict if the price will be above or below the price level offered by the company at expiry. If the prediction is correct, then on expiry the profit is 100%!
At 12:10 (EET), soon after the opening of the UK stock market, the GBPUSD exchange rate is at 1.65000, and is showing steady growth.
Predicting that the growth will continue, the investor decides to trade a Spread option, using GBPUSD as the base asset. Your investment is based on the idea that at 13:00, when the option expires, the price will be above the offer level at 1.65030.
You invest 500 USD, choosing "Call".
At 13:00 (EET), the price of the GBPUSD instrument has risen to 1.65500, meaning that your prediction was right.
You make a profit of 500 USD × 100% = 500 USD, the investor has doubled their funds.
Decide which way the price will go on 3 different assets; up or down. If your predictions for all 3 options turn out to be correct, the payout percentages of each are multiplied by one another.
Let's suppose that at 15:00 (GMT+3), the XAUUSD instrument is trading at 1,300 USD per Troy ounce of gold, the EURJPY pair at 135.25 JPY per EUR, and the GBPCHF pair at 1.3434 CHF per GBP.
Over the next hour, the investor expects the price of gold to rise and the exchange rates on the EURJPY and GBPCHF currency pairs to drop.
The investor selects the Express option set to expire one hour from the time of purchase, selecting a Call option for the XAUUSD instrument and Put options for the EURJPY and GBPCHF currency pairs. Then, the investor puts 300 USD into the Express option.
At 16:00, the prices of the intruments in question have changes as follows: XAUUSD has risen to 1,315 USD, EURJPY has fallen to 135.04, and GBPCHF has fallen to 1.3420.
This means that the investor's prediction came true. With an Express option, the payouts for each individual option amount to:
You can calculate the profit earned by the investor according to the following formula:Profit = |175% × 180% × 170%| × coefficient1 – 100% = 435.5%
Accordingly, the investor will receive 300 USD × 435.5% = 1,306.50 USD.
Predict where the price will be in 5 ticks (with different consecutive values): higher or lower. If your prediction is correct, when the option expires, you can make a profit of up to 75% on your initial deposit.
Suppose that the exchange rate of the GBPUSD currency pair is currently at 1.39514. An investor believes that when the option expires, this rate will be higher than its current value, so they buy a Call option for 1 USD.
The exchange rates then changed as follows: 1.39514 → 1.39509 → 1.39513 → 1.39513 → 1.39515 → 1.39514 → 1.39514 → 1.39519. Please note that ticks with the same values are not counted separately. In this case, the ticks will be numbered as follows: 1) 1.39509, 2) 1.39513, 3) 1.39515, 4) 1.39514, 5) 1.39519. This means that the option expired with the exchange rate at 1.39519, so the investor's prediction was correct.
In this case, with the payout set at 75%, the investor earns 1 USD × 75% = 0.75 USD. As the investor's initial deposit is also taken into account, the total amount paid to them will be 1.75 USD.
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Payout is expressed as a percentage of the original investment sum. The trader will recieve the payout if his forecast turns out correct. The potential profit size of a binary option is variable and depends on the market situation. In thin or fast markets, trading conditions may be altered and some option types or time frames may be inaccessible.
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