There are hundreds of options brokers operating online today. Many aren’t regulated and these must be avoided at all costs. Of those that are regulated only a small fraction conduct transparent business.
One we found is IQ Option. Why do I say this? I and a group of other options traders run some tests to identify some of the ways “legit” options brokers use to rob traders of their money. This broker passed the test. So what ways do these brokers use? Read on. Continue Reading
One of the ways to know whether an options trading platform is legit or not is by finding out if traders actually make money on it. It’s difficult tracking down traders and asking them whether they are making money trading. Most will actually avoid discussing their earnings with you. Continue Reading
When it comes to choosing a broker, the next thought that comes in mind is what will be their commission and fees. If you are new to trading and looking for the same then let me introduce you with IQ Option. IQ Option is that firm that charges little to no commissions and fees. The main reason for the popularity of IQ Option is that it offers a smooth experience with lots of amazing features. Continue Reading
Help2pay is a new payment service now available on IQ Option. Help2pay targets traders in the Philippines by helping them to make fast transactions straight to their bank accounts. This service is so efficient that you don’t get caught up in complicated procedures associated with filling in credit card details. Continue Reading
Creating new pending order
Trading on IQ Option platform you can open positions automatically. This can be very helpful if you trade using tools like for example support levels. In the menu on the right-hand side just below the sell button click on the ‘Purchase at…’ button. Continue Reading
The profit in CFD trading at IQ Option is calculated depending on which position you open (buy or sell). How to calculate profit for long position If you are intending to buy an asset expecting it will grow in value your position is called Long. For long positions the profit is calculated according to the formula: closing price / (opening price – 1) x leverage x Continue Reading
CFD stands for a contract for difference. The trader and the broker agree to exchange the difference in price of an asset. At the beginning of the contract and at the end of it. Continue Reading
From the list of trading instruments pick digital options and select the asset you’d like to trade. Notice how the chart is accompanied by several parallel lines. Those are known as strikes. Target price levels that the market is supposed to either surpass or stay below. Continue Reading
Markets are influenced by multiple factors. The major ones are economic, financial and political factors. News can change a market situation in a moment. If the news is positive currency rates or stock prices usually go up. If the news is negative they go down. So which news should a trader follow? Continue Reading
What Are CFDs?
Contract For Difference is simply a trading tool that allows you stake on securities without buying. You just go to a broker, invest some money and predict the future price of the security.
If your prediction is right then you will get paid profit equal to the difference between the opening and closing price. If your prediction is wrong then you incur losses equal to the difference as well. Continue Reading