Binary Options Education

The Most Forgotten Indicator

Sep. 12, 2014

Volume And Trading, Not To Be Discounted Volume is a subject that most traders, especially new ones, fail to recognize. It is a very important factor in market movement and a key element of many if not most technical indicators. The volume, the number of shares, lots or tics traded in one day, session, week […]

Trading Under Limited Time Conditions (3/3 ITM)

Sep. 09, 2014

September 8, 2014 Just as the post-(U.S.) Labor Day volume begets more movement in the market, it typically entails that I moderate the amount of time that I dedicate to trading, given I’m a still a university student and as anyone who has been through schooling knows, it can take up a lot of time. […]

Labor Day EUR/USD Trading (4/5 ITM)

Sep. 08, 2014

September 1, 2014 Unfortunately, I’m doing this write-up a week later than I wanted to. But school often consumes a lot of my time, so naturally if I do any trading my write-ups will often be delayed until I find a spare 1-2 hours to go back and analyze the charts, take screenshots, and construct […]

Seasonality In The Marketplace

Sep. 05, 2014

Different Seasons Mean Different Trading Seasonal shifts in market action are an underlying cause of market direction that many traders fail to recognize. I know that I for one took a long time before I began to rely on things like the Traders Almanac and other sources of information that shed light on the subject. […]

Binary Trading McDonalds (MCD), Capping off a 5/6 ITM Day

Aug. 31, 2014

August 28, 2014 I had a lot of time on my hands Thursday, as I basically had the entire day to myself free from interruption. So not only did I trade the GBP/JPY during the European session, but I also decided to switch gears and look at some stock trading. First I looked at Apple […]

Reliably Finding Strong Price Levels to Trade

Aug. 29, 2014

August 27, 2014 The European session opened up with a decent amout of volatility on the GBP/JPY, with large wicks on the opening candles spanning over fifteen pips. The market first rose up to the daily pivot level of 172.264 although no trade set up in the way in which I approach the markets, given […]