OptionsClick offers three types of short-term options for traders; high/low, one touch and range. High/Low trading is the most popular type of trading, and it dependent on the final market price of an option at the time the bid expires. With high/low trading, the bidder must choose whether the price of an asset will be higher or lower at bidding expiry than the original purchase price. If a trader called high and the value of the trade is higher at bid expiry than at purchase, the trader will profit. If a trader called low and the value of a bid is higher at bid expiry, the trader will not profit. One Touch trading is based on whether or not an assets value reaches a boundary line or target price at bid expiry. A trader will profit if they selected touch and the asset touches the target price by the end of the trading time. If a trader selected no touch, they will only profit if the asset does not touch the target price for the entire duration of the bid. Range (or Boundary) bidding is based on whether the value of an asset at bid expiry will be inside or outside of a certain price range. A trader will profit if inside was selected and the value of an asset was within the selected range upon bid expiry. A trader will not profit from a bid if they bid outside and the assets value bid expiry was inside the range or boundary.
Three parameters exist for all types of trades and trading platforms: in the money, out of the money, and at the money. “In the money” options typically offer a return of 70%-85% on the investment. With this option, a trader selecting “in the money” will receive $170-185 USD on an investment of $100 USD. The third type trading parameter is “at the money.” With this option, a trader will be refunded in full for their trade. Scroll down for a fuller explanation of these various expiry options.
“At the Money” expiry denotes that an asset is currently trading at its target price. Options that expire “at the money” expire at their target price. In this event, OptionsClick will refund the initial investment to the client. OptionsClick trades are considered “out of the money” under the circumstances: High/Low
High option – when the expiry level is the same as the target price.
Low option – when the expiry level is the same as the target price.
In or Inside option – when the expiry level falls on one of the boundaries (i.e., the lower – or upper target price).
Out or Outside option – when the expiry level falls on one of the boundaries (i.e., either the lower or upper target price)