Binary Options Trading
The world’s leading financial markets are usually considered to be the Stock Market, the FX market, and the commodities market. There are other, smaller scale trading arenas, that can be just as profitable. Some of these trading options offer more to gain than to lose. Binary Options are one of these.
Binary options trading is a flourishing financial trading system in which there are only two possible outcomes, and so the name “Binary.” It offers instant results and gratification and is generally conducted virtually so it can be achieved from just about anywhere that has an Internet connection. A few of the benefits include low-risk, instant gratification, simple trading, Web-based trading, the potential for big profits, and a game-like experience (which makes it a lot of fun).
Binary options contracts have been available over-the-counter (OTC), for a long time. In the past, though, they were usually considered "exotic" instruments and there wasn’t a liquid market available for trading these instruments between their issuance and expiration. The contracts were also complicated.
Sometimes, Binary Options are also known as (Fixed Return Options) FROs, All or Nothing Options, and Digital Options. In 2008, The Securities and Exchange Commission began allowing Binary Options. In May 2008, the American Stock Exchange incorporated them in the structure of European cash or nothing Binary Options.
So what is a Binary Option? These offer retail traders an option that has a lot of advantages in comparison to other financial markets like stocks or Forex trading. It leaves the traders with two outcomes: winning or losing.