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Take advantage of the buy back option in binary options

Binary options are known as fixed risk investment tool. Unlike forex trading, binary options is more simple in its approach. There is another factor that is not know to many binary options traders. This feature, known as the buy back option or early closer option in binary options trading helps traders to further minimize their losses on a losing trade.

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Explanation of the various economic indicators

It is always a good practice in both forex and binary options trading to make your trades based on various economic indicators that affect the currencies being traded. Every major world currency is measured by a wide variety of economic indicators.

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Trading exchange traded funds or ETF’s explained

ETF trading provides a more secure and diversified trading portfolio, without the hassle of picking and choosing various stocks.Of course, ETF trading is an art form in itself, and is not the same as stock investment.

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Financial Hedging

Forex hedging tips explained

Usually adopted by experienced traders, the art of forex hedging are also known as futures trading, the way it is done in stock and commodity markets. The easiest way to understand hedging is to think of it as insurance.

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Learn About Binary Options Trading

Trading always has many risks involved and this is why most of the traders prefer to trade in vehicles where the risk and hazards involved are minimum which will increase the chances to win profits. This is why many people think that binary options trading is better as the risks can be calculated before one starts investing and if one finishes in the money;

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How to consistently profit from forex trading

In the real forex trading scenario, there are no graphs and charts to refer to, and no signals or research to follow. You buy and sell currency pairs that move in directions contrary to each other. The strategies inform you when to enter and when to leave your position.

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Types of Forex Trading and Strategies

The foreign exchange market, or forex, being the largest financial market in the World has been the domain of government central banks as well as for commercial and investment banks in a scandalous manner and it exists wherever one currency is traded for another

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Binary Options Trading Platforms

Learn the advantages of Binary Options Trading over Traditional Options & how Binary Options can PROFIT for you! Binary Options – also known as Fixed Return Options or Digital Options – have become very popular in recent years.

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Forex Broker- Finding the Ultimate Forex Broker

So what is forex broker really all about. Because of the global nature of the business, there is a diverse range of financial regulatory environments depending on where the forex broker is based.

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Trading commodities with binary options

If you have ever considered investing online, then trading commodities with binary options form a better alternative. The way binary options trading functions is that first you pick an asset say for example crude oil, a commodity and either make a PUT or a CALL option. The payouts vary between 65% to as high as 81% during regular trading hours.

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What is one touch trading in binary options

One Touch Binary Options are a type of exotic option growing increasingly popular amongst traders in the commodity and Forex markets. One touch trading provide traders with payouts immediately after the price of the underlying asset has reached or has surpassed a predetermined barrier. These options allow the investor to set the position of the barrier being the time to expiration and the payout to be received once the barrier is broken.

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Support and Resistance based trading

What is Support and resistance in forex trading

If the Forex market moves up and then drops back down some, the highest point that it has reached before the drop down is now resistance. As the market goes back up again, the lowest point which it reached before it starts to climb again is now the support. An uptrend line, in its most basic form, is drawn along the identifiable valleys, or support areas.

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