A Different Way To Trade Binaries
There are several different ways to trade binaries. One way is to trade binary price ladders with fixed expirations on a regulated exchange.
The exchange is called NADEX (North American Derivatives Exchange) and is in Chicago and is regulated by the CFTC. They do not trade against you. You trade against other traders and market makers.
And they do not know if you are entering or exiting. They also don't know if you are winning or losing on a trade that you are exiting from. This allows you to get transparency in pricing while maintaining anonymity from the trader or market maker on the opposite side of the trade.
Nadex price ladder binaries let you trade at the market (ATM) binaries. But they also let you trade in the market (ITM) binaries where if the market stays flat, moves in your favor, or against you slightly you can still profit. The profit is lower but the probability of profit is higher.
On the other hand, you can trade out of the market (OTM) binaries where the market must move in your favor but your returns can be substantially greater.
You can even combine ITM binaries for range bound strategies like iron condors and butterflies, or combine OTM binaries breakout strategies like strangles and straddles.
To see examples of trading on Nadex binaries and spreads, see these articles posted on Benzinga, click here.
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