A term used to describe a neutral outcome of a trade. That is, a situation in which the asset value at expiry is the same as it was at purchase. If this happens to you, the full investment amount will be refunded to your OptionsClick account.
An instrument that allows the customer to decide whether the value of the underlying asset will be inside or outside a specified range at time of expiry. The range is demarcated by lower and higher target price limits.
The price of something as reported in “real time” without delay. Some websites and/or trading sites report results that are delayed by fifteen minutes or more. *Please note that ALL OptionsClick data is obtained using “real time” data reporting, which means WITHOUT delay. Your Options/Trades will always use this method to obtain trade results.
One of two major schools of economic analysis, it is used to examine macroeconomic data such as national economic health, central bank policies, and political or geologic events. Fundamental analysis holds that assets may be mispriced temporarily, but will eventually reach their correct price. By examining macroeconomic events, one can deduce the correct eventual price.
An option or trade that gives the investor a predetermined fixed payout if an underlying asset expires at a price that is higheror lower than it was at the start of the trade, provided that the selected option or trade expired “in the money.”
A term used to describe an asset that, during a specific option/trade period, trades in the position chosen by an investor; and/or when an investor finishes an option/trade period in a profitable position.
A quoted price that represents the current value of an underlying asset based on a feed provided by Data Provider. *Please note that ALL OptionsClick data is obtained using “real time” data reporting, that is to say, with NO delay. Your Options or Trades will always use this method to obtain trade results.
A term used to describe an asset that, during a specific option/trade period, trades in a position that has not been chosen by the investor; and/or when the investor finishes an option/trade period in an unprofitable position.
An instrument that allows the customer to choose whether the value of an underlying asset at expiry will fall inside or outside a specified range. In binary options trading, the range is demarcated by lower and higher target price limits.
One of two major schools of analysis, it is used to examine historical data in order to predict future trends in the price of an asset. Technical analysis holds that all aspects of an asset price are built into its market price. As a result, certain trends can be deduced in order to determine which direction an asset will take.
An option that gives the investor a predetermined fixed payout if the trader selects one of two possible outcomes: 1. Touch: To be eligible for payout, it is sufficient for an option to touch or surpass a predetermined level just once during a specific option/trade cycle. If the predicted level is not reached or surpassed even once, the initial investment is lost. 2. No Touch: To be eligible for payout the asset must not reach or surpass a predetermined level during a specific option/trade cycle.
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