Binary 0-100 works on a "one click" method. Once you click a BUY or SELL button, the transaction is executed immediately, with no additional confirmation.

Trading glossary

One click - Important: binary 0-100 works on a "one click" method. Once you click a BUY or SELL button, the transaction is executed immediately with no additional confirmation

Purchase price - The number appearing inside the big triangle in the “BUY” area (blue), represents the buying price of one option. When you buy one option, the purchase price is deducted from your balance

Selling price - The number appearing inside the big triangle in the “SELL” area (yellow), represents the selling price of one option. When you sell one option, the difference between the selling price to 100 is deducted from your balance

Max profit - The maximum amount you can earn on the number of options chosen if your predictions for the event were correct.

Max return - The maximum amount of money added to your balance, if your predictions for the event were correct

Max risk - The maximum amount you risk. If your prediction is incorrect, this is the maximum amount you could lose at the expiry

Total risk - The amount you risked on your open options. If your prediction is incorrect, this is the amount you lost

Total current return - The estimated amount you will receive if you settled all your options at the current quoted price

Expiry level - The price of the asset at the expiry time, according to Reuters. Click here for details

Opening price - The price of the option at the time you sold or bought the option

Closing price - The price of the option when it settles, either at the original expiry or prior to that by you

For further information please refer to the General Terms of binary 0-100

HOW TO TRADE BINARY 0-100?

SELECT an event (e.g.: an asset will be higher than a certain price at a certain hour)
BUY if you predict that the event will happen (you risk the purchase price and can profit the difference between the purchase price and 100)
SELL if you predict that the event will not happen (you can profit the selling price and you risk the difference between the selling price and 100)
TRADE
Quotes and your positions' results change constantly. Sell back options you bought, buy back sold options, open new ones. Don't leave the screen!
PROFIT
Here you can profit 1,000% and more per trade, but always remember: the highest return comes with the highest risk. Trade wisely.
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ONE CLICK
Binary 0-100 works on a "one click" method. Once you click a BUY or SELL button, the transaction is executed immediately, with no additional confirmation.

General Terms

11.3 Binary 0-100
11.3.1 Binary 0-100 is a unique option trading arena within our platform. On the binary 0-100 trading arena a client can predict whether an event will occur or not. An event could be:  
A. will an expiry price at a certain hour be higher than a certain level of the event. If the client believes the event will occur, he can buy options. If the client believes the event will not occur (the expiry level will be identical or lower), he sells options
B. will an expiry price at a certain hour be lower than a certain level of the event. If the client believes the event will occur, he can buy options. If the client believes the event will not occur (the expiry level will be identical or higher), he sells options

11.3.2 The investments and payouts are according to a client’s account currency. For example, if a client has a USD account, the buy, sell and return currencies will be in USD. Binary 0-100 trading includes a commission. The commission shall be charged only when the Client is opening a new position. Buying and selling open options shall not be charged with a commission fee. It is stated that any commission fee may be subject to amendments from time to time according to the Company’s sole discretion.

11.3.3 The Company offers the client a number of options to buy or sell (the same quote for each buy option or sell option). This is the risk price and it changes constantly, according to the assets fluctuations and on the Company's terms. The client can choose the amount of options from a list offered by the Company. If the client buys options, he pays the amount offered, multiplied by the amount of options. If the client sells an option, we will deduct from his balance the difference between the selling price offered to 100, multiplied by the amount of options (This is calculated as if the client receives the price for each option sold to the Company, and the Company deducts 100 for each option). For each option expiring "in-the-money", the Company will pay the client 100 (of the client’s account currency) that will be transferred immediately to the client's account.

11.3.4 If the event's expiry price is identical to the level (the level at the time the event had started), the sold options are in-the-money, and the bought options are out-of-the-money, for both types of events. This is since a client buying options predicts the event will occur (for "A" type event the price is higher, for "B" type event the price is lower), and is incorrect. A client selling options predicts the event will not occur and is correct, and therefore will receive from the Company 100 (of the client’s account currency) for each sold options expiring with the event.

11.3.5 After the client trade options, the open options appear in a separate table. The client can sell his bought option or buy his sold options directly from the table, at a quote offered by the Company. If the client sells his bought option, the price offered will be transferred immediately to the client's balance, (multiplied by the amount of options). If the client buys his sold option, the difference between the selling price and 100 will be transferred immediately to the client's balance (multiplied by the amount of options).

11.3.6 Options bought or sold from the main area while having open options in the opposite direction on this event will offset. Options will offset in “First in, first out” order – options traded first will offset first. Should the client trade more options than the open options he has in the opposite direction, all open options will close and the rest of the newly traded options will appear in the table.

11.3.7 The client can buy and sell options at any given time up to five (5) minutes before the option expires.

11.3.8 The client can choose not to buy or sell his options, and wait for the expiry time. For each option expiring "in-the-money", the Company will pay the client 100 (of the client’s account currency) that will be transferred immediately to the client's account. The promised payout will be transferred to the client's account when the options expire.

11.3.9 When a client trades Binary 0-100, 30.0% of the investments' turnover will be accounted for standing terms of bonuses or other benefits. By way of example - if the Client invests $2000 trading Binary 0-100, then for meeting criteria of bonuses or other benefits, the Client will be credited with [$600.0].

11.3.10 The bonuses of "Risk free option", "Increased refund", "Increased return", and "Increased refund and return" cannot be used on binary 0-100.

11.3.11 The Company reserves the right to limit the quote for each option or the amount of options available for purchase, change the price of options and the offered profits, or to cease trading options at any time.

11.3.12 Terms of cancellation: the options may not be canceled at any time after purchase.

11.3.13 Hourly Expiry levels:

GBP/USD
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly GBP= The expiry level is equal to the sum of the ASK value and the BID value, divided by two [(ASK+BID)/2].
EUR/JPY
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly EURJPY= The expiry level is equal to the sum of the ASK value and the BID value, divided by two [(ASK+BID)/2].
DAX
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly .GDAXI The expiry level is the value that appears in Reuters Field at the expiry time.
Oil
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly CLv1 The expiry level is the value that appears in Reuters Field at the expiry time. (Price)
EUR/USD
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly EUR= The expiry level is equal to the sum of the ASK value and the BID value, divided by two [(ASK+BID)/2].
DAX Future
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly FDXc1 Last Value The expiry level is the value that appears in Reuters Field at the expiry time. (Price)
Dow Jones
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly .DJI Last Value The expiry level is the value that appears in Reuters Field at the expiry time. (Price)
Gold
Expiry Type Reuters Field Expiry Formula
Hourly GCv1 The expiry level is equal to the sum of the ASK value and the BID value, divided by two [(ASK+BID)/2].
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