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How to Trade Binary Options

Trading with OptionFair is easy.

1. Choose Instrument

Enter the trading arena and choose the type of instrument you would like to trade by clicking on the instrument tab

2. Choose Asset

Choose an asset you would like to trade from the list of available assets shown in the scroll down asset list

3. Select Direction

Select the direction in the trading slip:

  • For High/Low instrument type:

    Select “High” if you think that the price will be above the current level at the expiry time.
    Select “Low” if you think that the price will be below the current level at the expiry time.

  • For Touch instrument type:

    Select “Touch” if you think that the market will touch the target price anytime before expiration.
    Select “No Touch” if you think that the market will not touch the target price anytime before expiration.

  • For Boundary instrument type:

    Select “In” if you think that the market price will close within the upper and lower target prices at expiration.
    Select “Out” if you think that the market price will close outside of the upper or lower target prices at expiration.

4. Enter Amount

Enter the amount you wish to invest and click “buy”.

 

OptionFair® is an innovative binary options trading platform provider operated by B.O. TradeFinancials, a company located in the Republic of Cyprus and licensed by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission: License Number 216/13 www.cysec.gov.cy

 

Risk Warning: All information in and on OptionFair.com is solely for informative means, and is not intended to be taken as financial advice on any issue or subject. No users, traders or site viewers should act, or not act, as a result of OptionFair’s content without first consulting the suitable financial expert advice. B.O. Tradefinancials and its affiliates publically repudiate all liabilities related to, or resulting from, any acts, taken or not, founded on any or all of the content on this site. It is recommended that traders should know that Binary Options trading is known as a ‘high risk’ monetary activity that has the potential to cause the trader to lose part of, or all of, the invested funds in a relatively short time period. All traders are kindly advised to decide if this activity will fit their needs, if they have the fiscal resources for it and if this is a worthwhile personal undertaking.

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