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Chief Market Analyst at setoption.com. Analyzing global political and financial dynamics are his specialties. With over 10 years trading experience, Mark brings his market expertise to global traders.
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  • Binary Options Analysis & Reports 0 comments
    Mar 18, 2013 10:26 AM

    Binary options trading is to predict the movement and behavior of assets. The returns of the trade can be high provided you are in the positive, and thus binary options trading becomes very tempting and has become a popular method of trading. However, plunging into the trade without having the knowledge about its working and its underlying technical details is very risky as you may lose all your money. Consequently you need to have the basic knowledge of the system, money and some trading tools.

    In view of the fact that the assets are traded in their respective markets, it becomes essential to know how to analyze these assets technically and fundamentally. Thus binary options analysis means analyzing a binary options trade before carrying out the actual trade. There are two types of binary options analysis (i) Technical analysis and (ii) Fundamental analysis.

    Technical Analysis

    Technical analysis in binary options trading is the procedure of analyzing statistics and data of definite options with the purpose of predicting more particularly in what direction the asset will move. Numerous diverse methodologies are utilized in technical analysis, both objective and subjective, as well as "mean reversion," screening of an asset's vibrant, moving average convergence and divergence, monitoring the trends and returns of forms. In technical analysis, a detailed study of the prices and volumes are undertaken for enabling you to predict the price of an underlying asset such as a currency, share, raw material or index.

    By using this type of analysis, traders can determine what will most likely happen in the future to permit them to make definite movements in the market and in that way get big income on their investments. Any options trader can analyze the accessible information and data backing a binary option.

    Technical analysis can be further subdivided into the following:

    1. Means reversion

    Means reversion is the concept that nearly all assets are inclined to gravitate towards and settle back in the direction of their mean. As soon as you find out the mean of a specified asset, it is rather straightforward to guess in which direction the asset will move, and thus bringing profits.

    2. Tracking momentum

    Next is the tracking momentum. This is somewhat more complex than means reversion, but absolutely convenient. Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) indicators assist the traders to calculate the motion of an asset - is it falling or rising? As soon as the movement of the asset is calculated, the trader can acquire a very profitable binary option. If the short term averages are better than long-term averages, the motions of the asset are described as "rising" or "increasing". However, in case the short term averages are smaller than the long term averages, the asset is termed as "falling or decreasing".

    3. Trend following

    Trend following is based on the past data of an asset to conclude whether or not the data will persist in the same way in the future. Whenever the worth of an asset moves in one direction for a constant period of time, it is described as a trend. You can capitalize on trends and obtain and make good profits from binary options.

    4. Pattern return

    Pattern return is fairly complex and it is vital to note that sometimes false patterns may often result in irresponsible investments. Yet, if used wisely, pattern return is a useful technique for a trader to earn long term profits from binary options.

    Fundamental Analysis

    Fundamental analysis basically centers on the basics for instance supply and demand. This information is also obtained through charts and graphs. There are many forms of statistics and this may often seem overwhelming to the new traders.

    new traders are advised to start with one type of analysis tool and after completely understanding on its use should move on to the other tools.
    All traders should invariably follow announcements, financial news reports, current events which are useful to predict how the value of any asset may be impacted. Company announcements are often loaded with insight about the movement of the futures' market. Stay informed to lock in profits from all investments made in binary options.

    It's not rocket science, but a little research never hurts!
    Anyone can master binary options analysis and become an excellent trader. However, the time taken to master the charts and graphs may differ from individual to individual, but at some point of time, everyone will feel that they have become well-tuned in the art of both technical analysis and fundamental analysis of binary options trading.

    What is needed is the keenness to learn, patience and research. It's not rocket science, but a little research never hurts, because at one point binary options trading analysis becomes second nature to the traders and consequently they may become experts in the trade and can earn huge profits.
    If you decide to trade binary options, you should take it seriously and learn to perform binary options analysis as it is an integral part of the learning process.

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