Trade Resurses

Glossary List

At the money (At Expiry)

When the option expires and the trader’s projection falls between the two outcomes. Being neither correct nor incorrect, therefore this is considered a break-even point, and the client incurs neither a profit nor loss. For more information about this, refer to the page: ‘possible outcomes of a Binary Option contract’.

Account

Account – a statement for the record of transactions.

Account Balance

Account Balance – the amount of available to a client at any given moment. It is always the net amount after deduction of all debits and credits.

Aggressive trading

Aggressive trading – style of trading that strives to maximize returns by taking a higher degree of risk.

Appreciation

Appreciation – an increase in the value of an asset over time in response to market demand.

Arbitrage

Arbitrage – the purchase or sale of a financial instrument and simultaneous taking an equal and opposite position in a related market. The purpose of arbitrage is to take advantage of the price difference between markets.

Ask Price

Ask Price – the price at which a financial instrument if offered for sale (as in bid/ask spread). It is also known as the Offer.

At the money (At Expiry)

At the money (At Expiry) – a situation where an option’s strike price is identical to the price of the underlying security. Both call and put options are simultaneously at the money. For more information about this, refer to the page: ‘possible outcomes of a Binary Option contract’.

Available Margin

Available Margin – available amount of the required equity that an investor must deposit to collateralize a position.

Binary Options

It is an option that offers a predetermined, fixed return at the start of the contract.

Boundary Instruments

This is an instrument that allows the customer to decide if the Underlying Asset will be located inside or outside a specified range at expiry and is formed by an upper and lower Target Price.

Binary Options

Binary Options – an option that offers a predetermined, fixed return at the start of the contract.

Boundary Instruments

Boundary Instruments – an instrument that allows the customer to decide if the Underlying Asset will be located inside or outside a specified range at expiry and is formed by an upper and lower Target Price.

Back Office

Back Office – the department related to the settlement of financial transactions.

Base Currency

Base Currency – the first currency appearing in a currency pair quotation.

Basis Point

Basis Point – a common unit of measure for interest rates and other percentages in finance. It is used to show how the price of an asset has changed.

Bear

Bear – an investor who believes that a price for a particular asset, security or market will decline.

Bear Market

Bear Market – a market characterized by declining prices.

Bearish

Bearish – type of investors who believe that a for a particular asset, security or market will be going down.

Bearish Engulfing

Bearish Engulfing – a chart pattern that consists of a small white candlestick by a large black candlestick that exceeds the small white one.

Bearish Harami

Bearish Harami – a trend indicated by a large candlestick followed by a much smaller candlestick with a body located within the vertical range of the larger candle’s body. It shows that the previous upward trend is coming to an end.

Bearish Reversal

Bearish Reversal – a configuration of either one or many candlesticks, showing that the prior downtrend is about to end.

Bid Price

Bid Price – the difference between the price of bid and offer. The most widely used measure of market liquidity. It is also known as ask spread.

Big Figure

Big Figure – a dealer jargon phrase referring to the first digits of an exchange rate. Most commonly used in international currency markets.

Bollinger Bands

Bollinger Bands – an indicator forming deviations around the trading price, developed by famous technical trader John Bollinger.

Bonds

Bonds – a debt investment issued by a borrower to raise capital for a certain period of time at a variable or fixed interest rate.

Bretton Woods Agreement of 1944

Bretton Woods Agreement of 1944 – an agreement that established fixed exchange rates for major currencies, pegged the currency rates to the price of gold, and made the U.S. dollar a reserve currency. The agreement lasted until 1971.

Broken

Broken – a term used to describe a situation when a price breaks a certain critical level.

Broker

Broker – an individual or a firm that charges a fee or commission for executing buy and sell orders submitted by an investor.

Buba

Buba – Bundesbank, Central Bank of Germany

Bull

Bull – an investor who believes that a price for a particular asset, security or market will rise.

Bull Market

Bull Market – a market characterized by rising prices.

Bullish

Bullish – type of investors who believe that a for a particular asset, security or market will be going up.

Bullish Engulfing

Bullish Engulfing – a chart pattern that consists of a small black candlestick by a large white candlestick that exceeds the small black one.

Bullish Harami

Bullish Harami – a trend indicated by a large candlestick followed by a smaller candlestick whose body is located within the vertical range of the larger body. It can show that it is a good time to enter into a long position.

Bullish Reversal

Bullish Reversal – a configuration of either one or many candlesticks, showing that the prior uptrend is about to end.

Candlestick

Candlestick – a type of a chart that displays the high, low, opening and closing prices of a security for a specific period. The wide part of the candlestick is called the “body” and it shows whether the closing price was lower or higher than the opening price.

Chart

Chart – graphical representation of data.

Capital Markets

Capital Markets – markets for buying and selling equity and debt instruments. They can be used for medium to long term investment.

Central Bank

Central Bank – a government or quasi-governmental entity responsible for country’s monetary policy.

Chart report

Chart report – a graphical representation of historical price action.

Chartist

Chartist – An individual who uses charts and graphs and interprets historical data to find trends and predict future movements.

Clearing

Clearing – the procedure of settling a trade.

Closed Position

Closed Position – a security transaction referring to nullifying it and eliminating the initial exposure. It is the exact opposite of an open position. Closing a long position means selling it while closing a short position in means buying it back.

Closing price

Closing price – the price at which a security was traded to close a position. It can also refer to the price of the last transaction on a given trading day.

Closing prices

Closing prices – the price of the last transaction for a security at the end of a given trading session.

Commission

Commission – a fee for a service charged by a broker in return for providing investment advice and/or handling the buying or sale of a security.

Commodities

Commodities –plural form of “commodity”.

Commodity

Commodity – a basic good used in commerce and trading which is interchangeable with other commodities of the same type. Examples of commodities: gold, grain, coffee, sugar.

Confirmation

Confirmation – the use of an additional indicator or indicators to confirm a suggested transaction.

Conservative

Conservative – an investing strategy defined by investing in lower risk securities.

Consolidation

Consolidation – a period of price movement within a well-defined pattern of trading levels.

Contract

Contract – the unit of trading.

Counterparty

Counterparty – the other party involved in a financial transaction

Cross Rate

Cross Rate – the currency exchange rate between two currencies. Foreign exchange traders use the term to refer to currency quotes that do not involve the U.S. dollar.

Currency

Currency – a generally accepted form of money issued by a government and circulated within an economy.

Currency Depreciation

Currency Depreciation – a situation when the value of a certain currency declines considerably.

Currency Pair

Currency Pair – two currencies with exchange rates that are traded in the forex market.

Currency Risk

Currency Risk – a risk that an exchange rate of one price against another can change.

Devaluation

Devaluation – a deliberate decrease of the currency’s exchange rate.

Derivative

Derivative – a security with a dependent price upon or derived from underlying assets. Options are the most commonly used derivative.

Depreciation

Depreciation – a situation when the currency rate is decreasing due to market forces.

Deposit

Deposit – the amount of account funding.

Delivery

Delivery – an action by which a security is presented and received by the contract holder.

Deficit

Deficit – a situation of a negative balance.

Dealer

Dealer – an individual or a company for buying and selling securities as principal in trading for its own account.

Day Trading

Day Trading – the buying and selling of a security within one trading day.

Exposure Coverage

Exposure Coverage – the percentage of exposure covered by funds. It is calculated by dividing your Total Equity to your Net Exposure.

Euro

Euro – the currency of the European Monetary Union (EMU).

End Of Day (Mark-to-Market)

End Of Day (Mark-to-Market) – a buy or sell order that defines the security’s price. It also keeps the transaction open until the end of the trading day.

EMU

EMU – European Monetary Union.

Economic Indicator

Economic Indicator – economic data used by traders to interpret investment possibilities or to estimate the overall state of an economy.

ECB

ECB – European Central Bank.

Expiry time

Expiry time – the time designated for the scheduled expiry of an option.

Expiry level

Expiry level – the expiry level of an underlying asset at the time of expiry is based on information provided by a data provider. For a more detailed explanation of the calculation of the expiry levels, refer to Expiry Calculation.

Early Closure

The process of closing a position before the expiration of the option. The resulting profit of the early closure is adjusted based on the current market price of the asset, relative to the option Target Price.

Expiry level

The Underlying Asset’s expiry level at the time of expiry is based on information provided by Data Provider. For a more detailed explanation of the calculation of the expiry levels, refer to Expiry Calculation.

Expiry time

The time designated for the scheduled expiry of an option.

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental Analysis – a method of evaluating a security by examining related economic, financial situation and other factors.

FOMC

FOMC – Federal Open Market Committee

Fixed Exchange Rate (Representative Rate)

Fixed Exchange Rate (Representative Rate) – an officially set exchange rate to another country’s currency or to the price of gold.

Fed

Fed – Federal Reserve.

High/Low Instruments

High/Low Instruments – an instrument that allows the customer to decide whether an underlying asset will be above or below the target price when the option expiry time is reached.

High Options

High Options – an option that typically offers an 85% return if an underlying asset expires at higher than the option target price level and a 15% refund if the underlying asset expires at lower than the option target price level.

High Options

This is an option on a High/Low Instrument that typically offers a 85% return if an underlying asset expires at higher than the option target price level and a 15% refund if the Underlying Asset expires at lower than the option target price level.

High/Low Instruments

An instrument that allows the customer to decide whether an Underlying Asset will be above or below the target price when the option expiry time is reached.

IRS

IRS – Interest Rate Swaps.

Intervention

Intervention – a monetary policy tool in which a central bank influences on the monetary funds transfer rate.

Interbank Rates

Interbank Rates – the rate of interest charged on short-term loans made between international banks.

Interbank Market

Interbank Market – a place where financial institutions can trade with currency.

Initial Margin

Initial Margin – the percentage of the purchase price of securities that the investor must pay for with his own cash or securities.

Inflation

Inflation – an economic situation of sustained increase in the general level of prices for goods and services.

IMF

IMF – International Monetary Fund

Inbound Options

Inbound Options – an option on a boundary instrument that typically offers a 70% return if an underlying asset expires ‘Inbound’ i.e. within the range formed by the lower and upper target values. If the option expires ‘Outbound’ i.e. outside this range, 15% will typically be refunded of the amount invested.

Inbound Options

This is an option on a Boundary instrument that typically offers a 70% return if an underlying asset expires ‘Inbound’ i.e. within the range which is formed by the lower and upper target values. If the option expires ‘Outbound’ i.e. outside this range, 15% will typically be refunded of the amount invested.

Investment Amounts

This is the amount of money that a trader invests in an option and is the basis which determines the option’s profit or loss. If the trader is correct in his projection and the return is 85% on the option, he receives 85% of the investment amount.

In the money (At Expiry)

This refers to a successful prediction of an option at expiration. For example, if a ‘Touch Option’ was selected by a trader and he predicted that the asset market price would reach the target price and this later proved true, this asset is In the Money, as the trader’s projection was correct. He will be refunded with the profit that was predetermined on the position.

Kiwi

Kiwi – the New-Zealand Dollar.

Long (Long Position)

Long (Long Position) – the buying of an option with the expectation the asset will increase its value.

Liquidity

Liquidity – the degree to which an asset or security can be quickly bought or sold without affecting the asset’s price.

Libor

Libor – London Interbank Offered Rate.

Leading Indicators

Leading Indicators – economic variables that are considered to have an impact on the future economic activity. Some examples: Unemployment, Consumer Price Index, Producer Price Index, Retail Sales, Personal Income, Prime Rate, Discount Rate, and Federal Funds Rate.

Low Options

Low Options – This is an option on a High/Low Instrument that typically offers an 85% return if an Underlying Asset expires lower than the option target price level and a 15% refund if the Underlying Asset expires at higher than the option target price level.

In the money (At Expiry)

In the money (At Expiry) – This refers to a successful prediction of an option at expiration. For example, if a ‘Touch Option’ was selected by a trader and he predicted that the asset market price would reach the target price and this later proved true, this asset is ‘In the Money’, as the trader’s prediction was correct. He will be refunded with the profit that was predetermined on the position.

Investment Amounts

Investment Amounts – an amount of money that a trader invests. It determines the option’s profit or loss. If the trader is correct in his projection and the return is 85% on the option, he receives 85% of the investment amount.

Low Options

This is an option on a High/Low Instrument that typically offers an 85% return if an Underlying Asset expires lower than the option target price level and a 15% refund if the Underlying Asset expires at higher than the option target price level.

MPC

MPC – Monetary Policy Committee.

Money Supply

Money Supply – the entire stock of currency and other liquid instruments in a country’s economy in a certain period of time.

Money Markets

Money Markets – the market of the short-term (i.e. under one year) investments and whose participants include banks and other financial institutions.

Market Volatility

Market Volatility – the amount of risk about the changes in the value of financial instrument (or stock, commodity). A higher volatility means that a security’s value is unstable and it can potentially change quickly.

Market Order

Market Order – an order that an investor makes to buy or sell an investment at the best available current price.

Market Maker

Market Maker – a broker that a quotes both for buy and sell price in the financial instrument in order to facilitate the trading of that security.

Margin Utilization

Margin Utilization – The percentage of the available margin used. Margin Utilization = Used Margin / Total Equity

Margin Call

Margin Call – a broker’s demand on an investor to deposit additional money or securities so that the margin account is brought up to the minimum maintenance margin.

Margin

Margin – the difference between the available funds that an investor has, to his exposure.

Market Prices

The market price quoted by 365 Binary Option is representing the current value of the Underlying Asset based on information provided by Data Provider. It is the current price at which an service or asset can be bought or sold.

Note

Note – a financial instrument that has a longer term than a bill but a shorter term than a bond.

Nickel

Nickel – the US term for five basis points.

No Touch Options

No Touch Options – an option that typically offers a 70% return if the target price is not reached by an underlying asset during the lifetime of the option. Note: If a No Touch option reaches the target price at any time during the lifetime of the option then this will lead to the automatic and immediate expiration of the option as ‘Out of the Money’ typically with a refund of 15% on the amount invested.

No Touch Options

This is an option on a One Touch instrument that typically offers a 70% return if the target price is not reached by an underlying asset during the lifetime of the option. Note: If a No Touch option reaches the target price at any time during the lifetime of the option then this will lead to the automatic and immediate expiration of the option as ‘Out of the Money’ typically with a refund of 15% on the amount invested.

Order

Order – an instruction of an investor to a broker to buy or sell an asset or security.

Options

Options – a financial instrument that sets a contract between two parties for the buying (‘Call’) or selling (‘Put’) of an asset at a reference price during a specified time frame.

Open Position

Open Position – an open position that has yet to be closed with an opposing trade.

Open order

Open order – an order to buy or sell an underlying asset until it is either canceled, executed or expires.

Offer Price

Offer Price – the price at which the underlying asset is made available for purchase.

Outbound Options

Outbound Options – an option on a boundary instrument that typically offers a 70% return if the underlying asset expires ‘Outbound’ i.e. outside the upper and lower target values range. If the option expires ‘Inbound’ i.e. within this range, 15% will typically be refunded of the invested amount.

Out of the money (At Expiry)

Out of the money (At Expiry) – a term meaning that the option is not currently profitable e.g. a high option with a market price lower than the target price. It refers to an incorrect projection by a trader. If the trader wager unsuccessfully on an option, the option would be ‘Out of the Money’ at expiry. The condition of the option is not fulfilled as the trader did not successfully predict the outcome, therefore the principal investment is forfeited.

One Touch Instruments

One Touch Instruments – the instrument that allows the customer to decide whether the underlying asset will reach the target value during the lifetime of the option.

One Touch Instruments

This instrument allows the customer to decide whether during the lifetime of the option, the Underlying Asset will reach the target value.

Out of the money (At Expiry)

A term meaning that the option is not currently profitable e.g. a high option with a market price lower than the target price. It refers to an incorrect projection by a trader. If the trader wager unsuccessfully on an option, the option would be Out of the Moneyat expiry. The condition of the option is not fulfilled as the trader did not successfully predict the outcome, therefore the principal investment is forfeited.

Outbound Options

This is an option on a Boundary Instrument that typically offers a 70% return if the underlying asset expires ‘Outbound’ i.e. outside the upper and lower target values range. If the option expires ‘Inbound’ i.e. within this range, 15% will typically be refunded of the invested amount.

Points, Pips

Points, Pips – the smallest move an exchange rate a currency can make.

Quoted currency

Quoted currency – The second currency of two in a currency pair. For the EUR/RUB, RUB is the quoted currency.

Quote

Quote – the last price at which a security or commodity traded.

Risk/Reward ratio

Risk/Reward ratio – the ratio between expected returns and potential risks of a position.

Roll-Over

Roll-Over – the difference between a pair’s currencies’ interest rate that is earned or paid for holding that pair overnight.

Risk Management

Risk Management – the process of identifying, quantifying and mitigating risks and potential losses.

Retail Investor

Retail Investor – an individual investor who buys and sells securities for their personal account (not for another company).

Resistance

Resistance – a term that indicates a specific price level at which a currency will fail to cross over.

Repo – Repurchase

Repo – Repurchase – the type of trade that involves selling and later buying of the same instrument, at a specified time and date. Typical for the short-term money market.

Rate

Rate – the price of one currency in comparison to another.

Range

Range – the difference between the maximum and minimum price of an asset during a certain trading session.

Rally

Rally – a period of sustained increase in the prices of stocks, bonds or indexes.

Return

Return – the core concept for all trading and refers to the amount of profit earned by a trader for a successfully predicted option – ‘In the Money’. If the trader places their principal investment of $1,000, and the return rate on their chosen option is 85%, they will receive the principal $1,000 as a return as well as $850 in profit, as specified by the return rate at the time of entry on the option.

Refunds

Refunds – the amount the investor is refunded with in the event that an option expires ‘Out of the Money’. 365BinaryOption may refund up to 15% of the investment amount for selected options in cases of ‘Out of the Money’ expiry. Prior to the purchase of the option, refund amounts are stated on the trading slip.

Refunds

The amount the investor is refunded with in the event that an option expires ‘Out of the Money’. 365 Binary Option may refund up to 15% of the investment amount for selected options in cases of ‘Out of the Money’ expiry. Prior to purchase of the option, Refund amounts are stated on the trading slip.

Return

This concept is the core of all trading and refers to the amount of profit earned by a trader for a successfully predicted option – ‘In the Money’. If the trader places their principal investment of $1,000, and the return rate on their chosen option is 85%, they will receive the principal $1,000 as a Return as well as $850 in profit, as specified by the return rate at the time of entry on the option.

Swap

Swap – a derivative contract for the exchange of financial instruments between parties

Support Levels

Support Levels – price levels, which are historically hard for the price to go below.

Stop Loss Order

Stop Loss Order – an order to sell a currency when it reaches a certain price to limit losses.

Spot Price

Spot Price – the price at which the currency can be sold right now

Spot

Spot – an agreement to buy a currency against selling another currency at a price for settlement on the spot date.

Short Position

Short Position – a position held by someone who’s selling the currency

Short

Short – to sell a currency, hoping it will decline in value

Settlement

Settlement – the transfer of currency in order to complete the transaction

Trading Station

Trading Station – an application that allows online trading.

Trading plan

Trading plan – a system usually consisting of methods for evaluating markets, deciding acceptable risks, and formulating short and long-term goals.

Tick

Tick – the minimum possible movement of an asset’s price.

Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis – an analysis method that uses previous market data, like price and volume.

Touch Option

Touch Option – is an option that yields a payout if the underlying asset’s price reaches a defined level.

Target Prices

Target Prices – (price target) the projected level a price of an instrument will reach according to an advisor or analyst.

Target Prices

365 Binary Option determines the target price (also referred to as an option’s purchase or strike price) according to live pricing feeds supplied by the Data Provider. This price represents the amount at which we are willing to sell the option. You can buy the option on either side of the Target Price according to the way that you predict that that asset may move in the market.

Touch Option

This is an option on a One Touch Instrument that typically offers a 70% return if the Target Price is reached by the Underlying Asset at any time during the lifetime of the option. If a touch option should reach the Target Price at any time during the lifetime of the option then this will lead to the automatic and immediate expiration of the option as ‘In the Money’. If the option expires without reaching the Target Price then 15% will typically be refunded of the amount invested.

Used Margin

Used Margin – the amount of your balance reserved to keep your positions open.

US Prime Rate

US Prime Rate – is the interest rate charged by banks for their trustworthy customers, and is determined by the federal funds rate.

Unrealized Profit/Loss (Open P/L)

Unrealized Profit/Loss (Open P/L) – a profit or loss of a position that is not yet closed.

Underlying Asset Types

Underlying Asset Types – Currencies: (e.g. EUR/USD) Commodities, (e.g. Silver, Crude Oil) Stocks (e.g. Yahoo!, British Airways) Indices: (e.g. FTSE 100, NASDAQ) For full details see the Asset Index

Underlying Asset

Underlying Asset – the security on which the derivative is based.

Underlying Asset

The asset on which 365 Binary Option is writing an option (see Underlying Asset Types) giving the option holder the right to buy or to sell.

Underlying Asset Types

Currencies: (e.g. EUR/USD)
Commodities, (e.g. Silver, Crude Oil)
Stocks (e.g. Yahoo!, British Airways)
Indices: (e.g. FTSE 100, NASDAQ)
For full details see the Asset Index

Volume

Volume – the amount of trades of an instrument or in the entire market during a given time period

Volatility

Volatility – the amplitude of variation in an instrument’s price

Value Date

Value Date – the date of delivery for traded funds. For spot, it is the date of a trade’s settlement.

Writer

Writer – the seller of a position (the same as “grantor of the trade”).

World Bank

World Bank – a financial institution that provides loans to developing nations

Working day

Working day – a day on which business can be conducted, usually all days excluding Saturday, Sunday, and official holidays

Wholesale Price Index

Wholesale Price Index – the price of a basket of wholesale goods, usually used to measure inflation

Wholesale Money

Wholesale Money – high-volume loans issued by banks to financially secure and trusted companies

Yield Curve

Yield Curve – a plot showing the ration between a fixed-interest securities yield and its time to maturity

Trader Basics List

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High/Low

A High/Low Instrument is written on the current Market Price allowing the user to decide whether at expiration, the market will buy Higher or Lower relative to the current Market Price.

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One Touch

A One Touch Instrument is written on the Target Price and its outcome depends on whether the Market Price does or does not reach the Target Price before the option expires.

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Boundary

A particular price range is focused on by the Boundary Option. The trader’s task is to determine whether, at the time of the option expiry, the asset’s price will fall within or outside the price range.

Here follows a description of the returns given on all instrument types to traders:

Each option’s fixed rate of return is clearly displayed in the trading platform. This percentage determines the profit that will be received for successful trades.

365 Binary Option provides a 70%-85% Rate of Return on options that expire ‘In the Money.’

If an option expires ‘At the Money,’ meaning that the trader was neither correct nor incorrect in his prediction, this is considered to be a ‘Push’ and the client incurs neither a loss nor profit for the position.

Options that expire ‘Out of the Money’ typically offer refunds of 0%-15% of the investment e.g. for a $10 investment, the refund will be $0-15. For a more full explanation of the above, see the section that follows.

This is a term meaning that the option is currently profitable. Options expiring ‘In the Money’ yield a positive profit for the client. This is because the trader’s projection was correct and so they are rewarded on the position with the preset amount of profit (Return on Investment). Trading at 365

Binary Option yields ‘In the Money’ expiration under the following conditions:

High/Low
Instruments

A Low option in which the expiration level is below Target Price.

A High option in which the expiration level is above Target Price.

One Touch
Instruments

A Touch option in which the target price is reached by the Market Price before the expiry time. When this occurs, the option expires ‘In the Money’ automatically and immediately.

A No-Touch option is designed for when the Target Price is not reached by the Market Price before the expiry time.

Boundary
Instruments

This is an Inbound option in which the expiration level is within the boundary (i.e. below the upper and above the lower Target Price).

This is an Outbound option in which the expiration level is outside the boundary (i.e. above the upper or below the lower Target Price).

This is a term meaning that the chosen option is currently not profitable. Options which expire ‘Out of the Money’ yield a loss for the client since the trader’s projection was inaccurate and therefore compensation is not due.

Trading at 365 Binary Option yields ‘Out of the Money’ expiration under the following conditions:

High/Low
Instruments

A High option in which the expiration level is below Target Price.

A Low option in which the expiration level is above Target Price.

One Touch
Instruments

A Touch option in which for when the Target Price is not reached by the Market Price before the expiry time.

A No-touch option for when the Target Price is reached by the Market Price before the expiry time.

Boundary
Instruments

This is an Inbound option in which the expiration level is within the boundary (i.e. above the upper or below the lower Target Price).

This is an Outbound option in which the expiration level is within the boundary (i.e. below the upper and above the lower Target Price).

This is a term meaning that the option is currently trading at the Target Price, i.e. that the trader’s projection is between the two outcomes of the option at expiration. Since this is considered a break-even point, 365 Binary Option returns the client’s investment amount.

Trading at 365 Binary Option yields ‘Out of the Money’ expiration under the following conditions:

One Touch
Instruments

A low option in which the expiration level is at Target Price.

A high option in which the expiration level is at Target Price.

High/Low
Instruments

This is an Inbound option in which the expiration level is at one of the boundaries (either the upper or lower Target Price).

This is an Outbound option in which the expiration level is at one of the boundaries (either the upper or lower Target Price).

How to trade

365 Binary Option is proud to offer its clients a trading platform that is innovative and easy to use.
Just follow the steps below to open a position:

Log on to your trading account from the 365 Binary Option platform

Select your chosen asset from the options always available on the platform

Choose the outcome of the option you would like to open:

For High/Low:

– Select ‘High’ if you project that the asset price will be higher than the target price at the option expiry.

– Select ‘Low’ if you project that the asset price will be lower than the target price at the option expiry.

For Boundary:

– Select ‘In’ if you project that the asset price will be within the designated range at the option expiry.

– Select ‘Out’ if you project that the asset price will be outside the

For Touch:

– Select ‘Touch’ if you project that the option target price will be reached before expiry.

– Select ‘No Touch’ if you project that the option target price will not be reached before expiry.

To finalize the trade, enter the investment amount you would like to make in each option and then click on ‘Buy’ in the trading slip.

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Assets INDICES

Indexes

DAX-30
  • Short Name of Asset: DAX
  • Symbol: GDAXI
  • Description: The DAX (German stock index) is a blue chip stock market index, made up from the 30 major German companies on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 08:00 – 16:30
Dow Jones
  • Short Name of Asset: Dow Jones
  • Symbol: DJI
  • Description: The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a stock market index, made up from an average of 30 industry leading, publically traded companies that are based in the U.S. Some of these companies listed on the index include Bank of America, Microsoft, IBM, AT&T, Walt Disney and McDonald’s.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 14:30-21:00
IBEX- 35
  • Short Name of Asset: IBEX
  • Symbol:IBEX
  • Description: The IBEX-35 is the benchmark stock market index of the underlying stock exchange of Spain, the ‘Bolsa de Madrid’. The index is made up from 35 of the most commonly traded company stocks in the country.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 08:00-16:30
FTSE-100
  • Short Name of Asset: FTSE
  • Symbol:FTSE
  • Description: A UK Stock Index representing 100 of the leading companies on the London Stock Exchange, based on the market capitalization. It is regarded as a gauge for regional business activity.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time):Mon – Fri 08:00 – 16:30
Nasdaq Composite
  • Short Name of Asset: Nasdaq
  • Symbol: IXIC
  • Description: The NASDAQ 100 is a stock market index, made up from 100 of the leading non-financial companies on the NASDAQ stock exchange, and scattered across different economic sectors. Prices are weighed up against each company’s own market capitalization. The index excludes financial corporations but is not limited to US based companies.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 14:30-21:00

Commodities – examples of major commodities

Gold
  • Short Name of Commodity: Gold
  • Symbol: XAUUSD
  • Description: The Price of 1 troy ounce of gold in USD, according to value on the OTC foreign exchange market.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00
Silver
  • Short Name of Commodity:Silver
  • Symbol: XAUUSD
  • Description: The Price of 1 troy ounce of silver in USD, according to value on the OTC foreign exchange market.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00

Currencies – some examples of major currencies

Euro-US Dollar
  • Short Name of Currency:EUR/USD
  • Symbol: EURUSD
  • Description: The exchange rate between the Euro and the US Dollar.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time):Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00
UK Sterling-US Dollar
  • Short Name of Currency:GBP/USD
  • Symbol: GBPUSD
  • Description: The exchange rate between the British Pound and the US Dollar.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time):Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00
Euro-Japanese Yen
  • Short Name of Currency:EUR/JPY
  • Symbol: EURJPY
  • Description: The exchange rate between the Euro and the Japanese Yen.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00
US Dollar-Japanese Yen
  • Short Name of Asset: USD/JPY
  • Symbol: USDJPY
  • Description: The exchange rate between the US Dollar and the Japanese Yen.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00
Euro- UK Sterling
  • Short Name of Currency: EUR/GBP
  • Symbol: EURGBP
  • Description: The exchange rate between the Euro and the British Pound.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00
US Dollar-Canadian Dollar
  • Short Name of Currency: USD/CAD
  • Symbol: USDCAD
  • Description: The exchange rate between the US Dollar and the Canadian Dollar.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time):Mon – Fri 05:00 – 22:00

Stocks – some examples

Apple Inc
  • Short Name: Apple
  • Symbol: AAPL
  • Description: Apple Inc. designs, makes, and markets personal computers as well as mobile communication devices, portable digital music and video players. Apple is quoted for Nasdaq 100.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time):Mon – Fri 14:30 – 21:00
Barclays PLC
  • Short Name: Barclays
  • Symbol: BCS
  • Description: Barclays PLC ranking third amongst the British banking institutions, is also established in sixty other countries with roughly 48 million customers worldwide and is quoted for the London Stock Exchange
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time):Mon – Fri 08:00 – 16:30
British Petroleum PLC (BP)
  • Short Name: BP
  • Symbol: BP
  • Description: BP PLC is headquartered in London and provides energy for heat and light, fuel for transportation, retail services, and petrochemicals products. BP PLC is the world’s third largest energy corporation (and fourth largest company overall) and is quoted for the London Stock Exchange.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 08:00 – 16:30
Google Inc
  • Short Name: Google
  • Symbol: GOOG
  • Description: Google Inc. is headquartered silicon valley in California and is famous for developing the leading search engine on the internet. Advertising revenues are responsible for a large portion of the company’s profits. Google owns YouTube, has developed Android, the mobile software platform and is quoted for Nasdaq 100.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 14:30 – 21:00
Lloyds
  • Short Name: LLOY
  • Symbol: LLOY.L
  • Description: Lloyds Banking Group plc, providing banking and financial services in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Europe and quoted on the London Stock Exchange.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 08:00 – 16:30
Telefonica SA
  • Short Name: Telefonica
  • Symbol: TEF.MC
  • Description: Telefónica, S.A. is a Spanish broadband and telecommunications provider throughout Europe and Latin America. Telefonica is the world’s third largest provider and is quoted for the Spanish Stock Exchange.
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 08:00-16:30
Vodafone
  • Short Name: VOD
  • Symbol: VOD.L
  • Description: Vodafone, the world’s largest mobile telecommunication network company, operating in more than 30 countries worldwide and quoted for the London Stock Exchange (FTSE-100).
  • Trading Hours are (UK Time): Mon – Fri 08:00 – 22:00

Expiry Calculations

Terminologies

365 Binary Option uses the following terms to calculate expiry rates for:

Bid Prices – the last known price which the Data Provider quoted for selling an asset before the expiry time of the option.
Ask Prices – the last known price that the Data Provider quoted for buying an asset before the expiry time of the option.
The Last Trades – the last price paid for the asset quoted by Data Provider before the expiry time.
The Last Quoted Index Prices – the last known price Data Provider quoted for an Index before
the expiry time.

When there is no pricing data received 60 seconds before the expiry time, then data will be taken as first quotation
received after the expiry time has passed.

Expiry Levels Calculation

Expiry levels are calculated by 365 Binary Option as follows:

TYPE EXPIRY LEVEL
Indexes The last quoted Index Price that appears in the Data Provider field at the expiry time
Currencies sum of the Bid and ask prices / 2
Stocks sum of the Bid and ask prices / 2
Commodities sum of the Bid and ask prices / 2

Expiry levels for each individual Asset

For the full details on Expiry Calculations per asset offered by 365 Binary Option, please refer to the Asset Index.

Early Closure List

365 Binary Option’s trading platform provides the option of closing a position before the.
contract’s expiry.
The open positions are listed in ‘My Open Trades’ situated on the right hand side of the Trade window. Just click on the name of the asset to open the trading slip and view the available return for Early
Closure. After you click on the close button the option will expire with the listed return.

365 Binary Option uses the following terms to calculate the values for closing positions before the scheduled expiry time:

The Market Prices:

last known Market Price calculated from Bid, Ask and Last Trade prices as quoted by Data Provider.

The Time to Expirations:

time left until the position reaches the expiry time that has been scheduled.

In the Money - expiry:

see the ‘In the Money’ section in the link below.

Out of the Money- expiry:

see the ‘Out of the Money’ section in the link below.

Expiry Levels Calculation

The following parameters always increase the early close value for any positions that are currently ‘In the Money’:

Instrument Type of Option Parameter Change
All All Time until Expiry Shortening
High /Low High Market Price Increasing
High /Low Low Market Price Decreasing
One Touch No Touch Market Price Moving away from Touch value
Boundary In Bound Market Price Moving towards the middle of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values
Boundary Out Bound Market Price Moving away from the edges of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values

Decrease in Close Values

The following parameters always decrease the early close value for any positions that are currently “’In the Money’:

Instrument Type of Option Parameter Change
High /Low High Time until Expiry Decreasing
High /Low Low Time until Expiry Increasing
One Touch No Touch Time until Expiry Moving towards Touch value
Boundary In Bound Time until Expiry Moving towards the edge of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values
Boundary Out Bound Time until Expiry Moving towards either edge of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values

Expiry Levels Calculation

The following parameters always increase the early close value for any positions that are currently ‘Out of the Money’

Instrument Type of Option Parameter Change
High /Low High Market Price Increasing
High /Low Low Market Price Decreasing
One Touch Touch Touch Moving towards Touch value
One Touch No Touch Market Price Moving away from Touch value
Boundary In Bound No Touch Moving towards the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values
Boundary Out Bound No Touch Moving towards the edges of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values

Decrease in Close Values

The following parameters always decrease the early close value for any positions that are currently ‘Out of the Money’:

Instrument Type of Option Parameter Change
High /Low High Market Price Decreasing
High /Low Low Market Price Increasing
One Touch Touch Touch Moving away from Touch value
One Touch No Touch Market Price Moving towards Touch value
Boundary In Bound No Touch Moving away from the edges of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values
Boundary Out Bound No Touch Moving towards the edges of the Boundary that is formed by the lower and upper target values

Traders can generally close their positions before expiration on most options. However, the ability to close early is revoked as options approach expiry. During the following times, Early Closure of a position is NOT available:

1. within the first 5 minutes after a position is entered

2. within the final 5-7 minutes before the option expires

The time at which Early Closure is no longer available is specified next to each option. it is advisable to make a note of this time before entering a position. 365 Binary Option reserves the right to suspend the Early Closure functionality at any given time.

Banking Page

Banking Page deposits

Deposits

First Steps
In order to deposit funds to a 365 Binary Option account you must be first registered as a customer. Once an account has been registered, money can be deposited via the Banking page.
How to deposit
To deposit funds click on the Banking tab in the main menu bar. You need to be logged in to your account to access this section. To make a deposit you must first select the deposit method from the left side of the deposit window. You must enter all of the required details (marked with a star) in the deposit form and then process will be completed by clicking on the Deposit button. Once this has been done, the system will acknowledge the deposit.
How do I deposit funds
A deposit may be made with a wide range of credit and debit cards, Electronic Payment or by a bank wire transfer. Note: we cannot accept funds from any other source than the funds of the account holder.
Minimum Deposit
The minimum deposit accepted by 365 Binary Option is $200 or the approximate equivalent in your local currency. Funding can be done using Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Electronic Payment and Bank Wire Transfer. 365 Binary Option reserves the right to change these values with no prior notice.
Maximum Deposit
The maximum deposit amounts accepted by 365 Binary Option are as follows: Daily Limit of $10,000 (or the approximate equivalent in your local currency). Weekly Limit of $25,000 (or the approximate equivalent in your local currency). Monthly Limit of $100,000 (or the approximate equivalent in your local currency). 365 Binary Option reserves the right to change these limits with no prior notice and in the event of substantial deposits, to request proof of ID.
Deposit Currencies
Each account can have only one currency – USD, EUR, and GBP – which is selected during registration. The currency of an account cannot be changed after the initial deposit.
Deposit Methods
Credit and Debit Cards
365 Binary Option currently accepts deposits from all the following credit cards:
Visa
Visa Electron
Mastercard
Mastercard Debit
Dinners Club
Maestro International
JCB
Carte Bleue
Dankort
CartaSi
Laser
Discover
Electronic Payment
365 Binary Option currently accepts deposits through all the following Electronic Payment means:
UKash
CashU
Electronic Wire Transfer
Deposit by Wire Transfer
You may deposit funds directly via a bank transfer from a bank account held in your name. 365 Binary Option offers you the convenience of a fast bank wire transfer service through Envoy Services, a company registered in the UK and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. The minimum deposit is 500 USD, EUR or GBP – depending on your trading currency. As with all banking procedures, confirmation of a wire transfer may take up to 5 working days.
Banking Page withdrawals

Withdrawals

First Steps
To withdraw funds you must first have the requested funds in your 365 Binary Option account. Withdrawal requests are made via the banking page.
How to withdraw funds
Go to the withdrawal section in the Banking page and select the withdrawal tab from the Menu.

1: Type the amount you wish to withdraw and then click on ‘Next’

2: If the entire amount requested can be returned to your credit card then you simply need to click on ‘Withdraw’ to complete the process. If the requested amount needs to be processed to a supplementary method other than the depositing credit card (e.g. wire transfer), click on Next to continue, enter the bank wire details and then click on ‘Withdraw’ to finalise the process.
Withdraw Currencies
You are only allowed to Withdraw in the currency selected as part of the registration process for your 365 Binary Option trading account.
Withdrawal Methods
Withdrawal requests are processed by 365 Binary Option back to the original source of funding.
If the withdrawal request value exceeds the amount deposited by a credit card, the difference will be allocated by bank wire transfer. Please see the Supplemental Wire Withdrawal section for more details.
In order to comply with anti-money laundering policies, 365 Binary Option requests confirmation of identification before first withdrawals. Customers will receive an e-mail specifying any required documentation. Until the requested documents are received, withdrawals cannot be confirmed and processed.
Supplemental Wire Withdrawal
If a requested withdrawal exceeds the amount deposited via the specific deposit method, the balance of the funds is transferred by bank wire transfer. The typical minimum value is $200 for a supplemental wire withdrawal. Lower amounts incur a $25 handling charge or the equivalent in your local currency as detailed in the section regarding withdrawal charges.
Withdrawal Charge
Credit card, Electronic Wire, Wire Transfer
One withdrawal is allowed free of charge per month. Additional withdrawals charged at $25 per withdrawal or the equivalent in local currency.
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Supplemental Wire Withdrawal
If the sum exceeds $200 or the equivalent in your currency and is the first withdrawal request made for the month, it is free of charge. For supplemental amounts lower than $200 or the equivalent in your currency and/or if the request is NOT the first supplemental wire withdrawal in the month, then there is a handling charge of $25 or the equivalent in your currency.
Banking Page other

Other

Account Closure
If 365 Binary Option receives a request to close an account, no handling charges will be processed for any pending withdrawal. Account closure requests should be addressed to support@365BinaryOption.com.
Statements
All deposits, withdrawals and any charges made will appear on credit card statements as www.365BinaryOption.com.
Dormant Accounts
Accounts are classified as ‘inactive’ if there is no registered login by the client during a period of 6 months. Clients are notified by email before their accounts reach the six month period of inactivity. Once inactive, a 10% handling fee of the account balance will be charged. After logging in, clients accounts are reinstated to ‘active’ status immediately. Any inactivity fees that have already been charged are not returned to the client’s account.
Bonus System
Any bonuses received require a predetermined trading volume to be withdrawn from clients’ accounts. The terms and conditions of each bonus are specified in 365 Binary Option Promotions. Once the terms have been fulfilled, the bonus is allocated to the account balance as currency and can be withdrawn with any additional funds in the client’s trading account.
For the full terms and conditions, please check the Bonus Terms and Conditions.
Security
Any transactions between the client and 365 Binary Option are secured using the market’s highest technologically advanced systems. More information can be found about this on the Security and Privacy page.

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