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Glossary

Out-of-the-money

Out-of-money - a financial term, meaning that the option is not profitable, it is losing. For example, a call option ends with no money, if the closing price of the underlying asset is lower than the price of the asset at the time of the purchase option.

In-the-money

In-the-money - financial term meaning that the option is profitable for investor (such as a call option ends in the money if the price of the underlying asset is increased compared with the original price).

Binary options

Binary Options, digital options - are options, where the prize is fixed and known in advance. It is paid if the trader has selected the correct price direction of the underlying asset (compared to advertised price at the time of purchase of the asset) upon the expiration of the option.

High option

Call option brings the investor profits if the option's price at the close of the selected asset to them is higher than the original price. If at the end of the option price remained the same, the entire invested amount will be refunded to the account of the investor.

Low option

The put option brings to investor profit if the option price at closing on his chosen asset is lower than the original price. If at the end of the option price remained the same, the entire invested amount will be refunded to the account of the investor.

At-the-money

At-the-money - a financial term that means that the current price of the underlying asset has not changed since the purchase of the option.

One Touch

Most of the money you can earn on options One Touch . This is a new type of transactions in which the choice is simple , but requires some insight - while paying huge. Option One Touch is a unique kind of binary options . With this kind of deal you have to predict whether the price will reach the underlying asset to the strike price on the expiration of the option . If your prediction is correct, ie, the price of some underlying asset for a particular strike price at the closing of the option, you win and get the agreed advance payment . This type of option is great traders who believe that the price of the asset is likely to reach a certain level, but not sure about its sustainability. This type of option - it's the best way to win investment for the largest possible amount of money - but it is a higher risk than conventional binary options.

60 seconds

Trade in 60 seconds like a digital commerce, with one exception - all options close after 60 seconds. This kind of trading is popular among traders who want to make money on short-term market trends.

Options builder

Options builder - a convenient and flexible tool in which you yourself can specify parameters of the deal best suited to your style, including the time of the expiration of the option and the balance between profitability and risk.

Mid market

Mid market - is the mean between the bid and ask price. It reflects the real market price.

Trading hours

Each asset has its own trading hours, trade and weekends. To learn trading hours assets, see their list. If you assume that the asset should be on the list of traded, but it is not there - just refresh the page.

Expiry rate

Closing price (expiry rate) - this is the price / level of the underlying asset at the close of the option. It determines how the option ends At the money, No money, In the money.

Ask price

The offer price for the asset in the financial market (ask price) - the price at which an investor can buy an asset. It is part of the formula, in which closing time is calculated asset.

Bid price

The bid price for an asset in the financial market (bid price) - the price at which an investor can sell the asset. It is part of the formula, in which closing time is calculated asset.