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Binaries Glossary

Starting binaries trading may seem complicated because of all the binaries terminology used. To make it easier we have compiled a list of most commonly used binaries terms in this binaries glossary to aid in your first steps as a trader. Simply click on the term below and you will see its easy-to-understand definition.

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Refers to an item you choose to trade. There are four major types of BO assets: Commodities (Gold), Currencies (EUR/USD), Indices (MICEX) and Stocks (AAPL).

Refers to the position of a price at time of expiration, which is equal to the opening price.

Refers to a downward price movement.

Refers to an upward price movement.

Refers to all-or-nothing contracts executed on financial markets using web-based or mobile platforms. It involves a fixed payout, which is predetermined before the execution of a trade, if the trade heads in the set direction, and a loss of investment in

Refers to a price expiration within or outside a specified trading range.

Refers to a company providing its services to general public offering a range of assets and a platform for BO trades. Broker is an intermediary between a trader and market.

Refers to a type of binaries trade, which is profitable, when the price rises.

Refers to a diagram of price movement over time

Refers to goods that are grown or mined (Corn, Oil etc.)

Refers to currency assets that are traded in pairs (EUR/USD, USD/JPY etc).

Refers to funding of trader's account. The minimum deposit range usually is $100-500.

Refers to premature ending of a BO trade initiated by a trader.

Refers to an indicator showing underlying price movements of an asset.

Refers to the time when the BO trade expires. Every BO comes with a predetermined expiration time, which traders choose when placing their trades.

Refers to prediction of price movement upwards and downwards.

Refers to assets such as FTSE 100, Dow Jones, TADAWUL etc.

Refers to automatically created chart-lines measuring specific price movements. Used to determine likely price movement.

Refers to the position of a price at time of expiration, which is profitable as it finished in a set out direction.

Refers to amount of money you put in a single trade. The amount varies from $1 to $1000's.

Refers to a real time price of an asset.

Refers to a type of BO trading, when investors need to predict if a price will/will not reach a certain target in a preset time-frame.

Refers to the position of a price at time of expiration, which is not profitable as it did not finish in a set out direction.

Refers to a price at which an asset was purchased by a trader.

Refers to a type of binaries trade, which is profitable, when the price falls.

Refers to amount return to trader if a trade ended out of the money. This amount is predetermined and can be up to 15% of the investment.

Refers to shares of specific companies like Apple and Google available for trading on a platform.

Refers to a method of analyzing market data to pinpoint price movement. Signals like trading volume, charts and indicators are the major tools of such analysis.

Refers to the amount of money traders decide to pull back to their banking account.

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