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Hello I'm not bragging, I'm an elite technical analyst, I used leverage *500 trading only Majors ( Fx pairs like EURUSD , and so on) Now I want to trade binary options , but my fair is the brokers who provide this time fixed trades are not regulated by trustworthy organizations and they can scam you easily , this question is for experienced traders , can I trust this platforms? I can generate millions easily , you know my fear? To Waste of time and a 1 million $ scam! Which broker is best? Pocket..., IQ..., Olymp., quotex...? submitted by Marwan_wattach to binaryoptions [link] [comments]
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Risk management strategies for binary options traders
| || |What Exactly Is A Binary Option? submitted by highkeyfxseo to u/highkeyfxseo [link] [comments]
A binary option is a financial product with only two reward options: a fixed sum or nothing. They are one of the simplest financial instruments to trade, which has led to enormous appeal, particularly among new investors.
However, their seeming easiness should not be disregarded. Because binary options are volatile investments, understanding risk management is essential for effectively generating consistent outcomes.
All-or-nothing options, digital options, and fixed return options are other names for binary options. They differ from standard options because they have different fee structures, risks and payouts, and specific liquidity systems. Risk Management Fundamentals
Binary options risk management is a set of safeguards to protect a portfolio from catastrophic losses.
It is a long-term approach to security, assuring that traders can suffer losses but that no single loss is so severe that they cannot trade binary options in the future. A good risk management strategy
allows you to assess potential profits and losses, providing you with the information to make sound trading decisions.
Risk management tactics should underpin all investing choices, whether you are a professional trader, a rookie, a swing trader, or a day trader. Strategies for Managing Binary Options Risk
Effective binary options risk management
is all about reducing losses while still having something to gain. You don't want to be so cautious that your profits are negligible.
Similarly, you do not want to put so much money on the line that if a deal fails, you cannot trade in the future, or worse, accrue debts that you will struggle to repay. Size of Position
The size of your position determines how much you risk on a single binary options trade. It is critical to note that the amount you contribute should not be picked at random.
Consider position size to be a formula that you can use for every transaction. This is important to remember when it comes to binary options risk management.
The 1 per cent rule is a popular method that advises you should not risk more than 1% of your total money on a single binary options play. If you have $1,000 in your account, you will invest only $10 on a single contract.
This guarantees that you have enough funds to continue trading if the position does not payout.
Experienced traders may gradually increase this amount, but it should never exceed 5% of your portfolio. Diversification
Various assets and markets behave in different ways. The volatility of currency trading is very different from the relative stability of commodities trading, for example.
You effectively 'spread' risk by investing in a variety of markets. If prices decrease dramatically in one sector, you may rely on your other assets, which have presumably not been harmed in the same way or to the same extent.
Because binary options are dangerous products, we recommend diversifying your portfolio with CFDs, spot stocks, or leveraged commodities. Risk Evaluation
Binary options are instruments with a set result, which means you know exactly how much you stand to win or lose. The risk is the amount you invest or 'wager' on a deal. For example, if you invest $10, your maximum loss will be $10. READ MORE
Hy guys, as a pro binary option trader with over 2 years experience in the field, im doing a AMA just for the sake of helping newbies and novice traders who are just starting out trading 🙂
In case u have any inquiries in mind check out my previous posts related to binary option trading.cheers 👍 submitted by zac_1234 to binaryoptions [link] [comments]
Is there an options trader here, who genuinely makes money trading?
Is there an options trader here, who genuinely makes money trading? I have seen many, on youtube, twitter and instagram who claim to be profitable, but it's far from reality. I have lost hope of consistently making money out of trading. submitted by Conscious_Radio_ to options [link] [comments]
Fundigelicals really process things the way children do. There is an abundance of binary thinking. "Do you follow Jesus or are you an enemy of god?" There's a bunch of options in between, Karen!!
Don’t be an “Options Trader”
Options are a vehicle to trade but not always the correct one for each assumption. I’m guilty of just deferring to an options position because I frequently trade them, rather than assessing if I actually have a perspective on volatility. submitted by esInvests to options [link] [comments]
If we trade an option, we are trading volatility and should have an opinion on it. We may want to trade an option for the leverage, which is fine, but we still are exposing ourselves to IV. Sometimes, if we just want to make a directional play, the underlying itself can make more sense.
For anyone that’s traded for a while, all will have experienced the annoyance of being directionally correct but the trade is losing because volatility moved against the position.
I think it’s important to not allow our minds to become binary: being a fundamental OR technical analyst, buying OR selling premium, trading options OR equities. Different scenarios call for different approaches. Options aren’t always the right answer.
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Anyone else doing this? I mean I win more than I lose but I’m not sure this is sustainable long term. submitted by Cultist6661 to options [link] [comments]
It has just been seeming more and more like TA is useless when u look at larger market forces.
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ULTIMATE Guide to Selling Options Profitably (PART 1) : 10 Rules for Trading Excellency From a Successful Retail Trader
I wrote a 17 part series on options trading last year which I'll be sharing with you all between now and end of the year. Here's the intro. Disclaimer: I am primarily focused on the volatility space because of a number of reasons, the most important being that I think there's lots of edge there for retail traders.
These are the beliefs I was lucky enough to learn from truly profitable traders. Ones who know how to go out there, find an edge and monetize it.
I thought about the most important beliefs that I've seen held by successful retail and professional traders and used those to compile this list.
As you read, ask yourself if the way you approach trading embodies these principles.
Also, Some of you here will certainly disagree with me, and I invite discussion in the comments.
I hope you enjoy!
Note: A lot of these parts were written in other places prior but I am going to be moving them here, in the proper reading order.
1) Know who’s lunch your eating "If you don't know whose lunch you're eating, you might just bite into a rock".
A good trader always remembers that he is in a competition. For each dollar he earns, his competitor loses the equivalent amount. When he says cheap, his competitor says expensive.
There is no free lunch, so understand the motivation of your competitor.
An easy way to think about this: When you sell, someone buys.
Who could it be? Why have they taken the opposite trade to you?
Just as you have a reason for being in the trade, so do they. Knowing their motivations makes it clear if you are on the right side of the trade.
2) Evidence over faith "If you think the math is unimportant, then you don't know the right math".
When it comes to the building of wealth we must have confidence in the ideas we back with our capital. The Path to riches is not linear. Even the best strategies have drawdowns. Without a concrete plan it is easy to get lost.
This is why when you talk to the top traders in the world, they all look at trading as almost a science. They start by using their intuition + experiences to come up with an idea. They treat each idea as a hypothesis, and then they look for evidence to prove whether or not the idea is valid. Our strategy and trades need to be airtight, because once both are set we put a lot of trust and capital behind them.
This is not to say that evidence alone, or data alone will make you rich (or any money at all). Money is made by developing good ideas.
But it is hard to distinguish good or bad ideas without evidence.
Think about it. Why do most traders do the things they do?
Usually they either saw someone make money doing it, read it in a book, or made some money doing it themselves. They have faith that it will work.
The danger with this is that you could be on a hot streak in a losing game, or doing extra work for no extra reward. Casinos would not have a business if people never won.
Just remember: Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.
3) Strategy over psychology "Often times, poor psychology is a symptom of poor strategy, not the other way around"
If you took the average NBA player and gave them the best sports psychologist in the world, there is a good chance that player could go on to become the best player in the league. But if you took that same sports psychologist and gave him to a random person, they wouldn’t even make the local high school team.
The reason? They don’t know how to play basketball. They can’t shoot, pass, dribble, etc.
The moral of the story is that without skill, psychology of this nature is useless. No amount of psychology can make up for a lack of skill.
Here's an example:
Who would win? A drunk roulette table dealer, or the most disciplined roulette player?
I hope the answer is obvious, the roulette table dealer will win in the long run. It's because psychology doesn't change the fact that the dealer has an inherent edge over the gambler.
The gambler focuses on psychology because it is really all that is within his control. Fortunately as traders, that is not the case for us.
As a trader, our focus needs to be on strategy.
The most important thing to do as a trader is make sure you are playing a winning game.
4) Methodology over outcome "Not every profitable trade is a good trade, and not every good trade is profitable".
If we put our entire focus on outcomes instead of methodology, we are destined for long term unprofitability.
A good night at the casino does not make it a good source of income. A career has never been built at the roulette table. As we build our wealth, we need to pay attention to the means by which we are accumulating it. Is it sustainable?
Wise investors know why they make money. They understand their risks, rewards and long term payoff. They are confident in their trades because they know the possible outcomes before entering the position.
You'll know you are getting somewhere when you can look back at a losing trade and say to yourself "I would have taken than trade again if I were in the same spot".
Like the casino, the games they play have positive expected value. They are in control.
5) Live to see another day "Money comes to those who are skilled in handling it. Prove to yourself that you are responsible enough to grow it".
My friend asked a very successful portfolio manager what the secret sauce to profitable trading is. Here is the response he got:
“Most of the time, play tight to the vest. Make enough to live well, pay the overhead and keep the lights on. Then when a golden trade, an arbitrage or quasi arb comes around.. step on the gas. Borrow money if you can. Capitalize on it until the edge is gone. Because they always go away. Then go back to playing tight to the vest, and spend the rest of you time looking for the next arb. That's it. No secret sauce.”
Most of the time, our edge in the market is really small, and we need to play with that in mind. There will be variance (green days and red days), and by playing tight to the vest (not being loose with our money) make enough to do OK and preserve our capital for when a serious edge comes around.
And when that serious edge comes around, we need to hit it. This is actually a mistake I sometimes see amongst very smart people who are too risk averse. But to reiterate, you need to know you have the edge to begin with.
Now in your early days of trading, theres a lot to learn. A part of the learning process is making mistakes.
But in the market, mistakes are expensive. We know we are going to make mistakes along the way, so learn for the cheapest price. Play tight, trade small. Give yourself some margin for error.
The learning stops if you are out of the game.
Side note: We need to trade according to our account size. The rules for managing a $5,000 account and a $50,000 account are the same. Account size is not an excuse for over leveraging.
6) Know your product "Money leaves the man who invests it in businesses or purposes with which he is not familiar or which are not approved by those skilled in its keep."
“I don’t know” is an acceptable starting point, but it is not an acceptable destination.
Trading is a career. Doctors know how the human body works, mechanics know how cars work, electricians know how currents work. As option traders we need to know how options work.
Top traders specialize in a specific product because they need to know it inside and out. They need to know exactly what their PnL will be given certain outcomes. That way, they can use the appropriate tool to take the bet.
7) Know your edge "Businesses that know their edge, thrive. Those who don’t, die."
Every good business has a competitive advantage. Something that separates them from their competitors and protects their slice of the market.
This is the same in trading. Knowing why you get paid is how you sleep well at night, trade through down swings, and come out on top. It is the most important metric to evaluate your business on.
As a trader, you are your own portfolio manager. You manage your fund. You should manage your money in the same way that you would manage the money of others, or in the same way that you would expect someone else to manage yours.
When you know your edge, you know that you aren’t getting lucky. You can be confident, and forecast your returns into the future.
You can build a life off of it.
8) The magic you’ve been looking for is in the work you’ve been avoiding "Success flees the man who follows the alluring advice of tricksters and schemers or who trusts it to his own inexperience and romantic desires in investment".
A lot of us know what it takes to win, but we don’t want to do it.
We know what the winners are doing, but it’s not easy. So we look for a quick fix, a hack, a way to pull one over on the winners and come out on top.
Everyone has dreams, and it is those who can still hold onto their dreams while confronting the challenges of their current reality that turn their dreams into reality.
Learn the hard stuff. Look at what is happening outside of the retail world and understand why it's happening. As previously stated.. trading is a profession. You will have to learn things outside of your comfort zone. It will be frustrating and difficult at times.
Success is only found by taking on the challenges that everyone else avoids. It’s by doing these things that you stand apart from the crowd.
Everyone wants to win. Not everyone wants to become a winner.
9) Respect yourself "Money can afford you the time. But it’s what you do with that time that dictates the quality of your life".
We trade so we can live better, not so we can sit around all doing nothing. We work hard so we can afford to spend time in the gym, cook good meals, being with our families, helping others.
Take care of your body and mind. Become your own role model so that you can live well and inspire others.
Money won’t manifest these things.
10) Love the game "Find something you love, and dedicate yourself to it".
There’s no shortcut to becoming a trader of Jim Simon’s caliber. It takes hard work and dedication. But more importantly, you have to love trading. And this is one thing you’ll find in common with all the best traders in the world. They just love the game.
Top traders love the game, and will do nearly anything and everything to get better and achieve their goals.
Conclusion If you have questions or disagreements with any of these rules, I encourage discussion in the comments below. Just as with the other sections of this guide, I will be there to answer questions and join the discussion.
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Hi everybody. Im in germany under the 90 days stay. I have flown here for 20 days and im currently on a 46 day vacation here with my gf. I plan on moving here whenever i can, i want to get a flat of my own. However, my career is self employed trader. I trade stock options in the us stock market. This is how i make my money and what i do for work. The US market opens at 3:30pm german time and I usually trade/work for 1-3 hours. submitted by twotype_astronaut to germany [link] [comments]
How can i live here? Is it possible if all i do is have my home office/laptop and some wifi to so my work.
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