Binary Options Asia, a new white label of TradeSmarter Holdings, has today announced the introduction of a new binary options trading platform offering Asian traders the opportunity to make a return of up to 85% in under an hour.
As the name implies, ‘binary options trading’ simply involves picking one of two possible outcomes, and receiving a fixed, pre-determined payout if your prediction is right. In the case of Binary Options Asia, it means betting on whether the price of the underlying asset – such a share or commodity – will rise or fall over the course of an hour.
For example, if you think China Mobile shares are going to rise, you can buy a $100 ‘call’ option for a potential 85% gain. If, at the end of that hour, China Mobile’s share price is higher than it was when you placed your trade, your $100 becomes $185 – even if the shares only went up by a cent.
With the ability to trade from as little as $30 and no commissions, it is an easy and affordable way for Asian traders to access the financial markets.
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Unlike margin foreign exchange or Contracts for Difference (CFDs), which also involve betting on market movements, there is no borrowed money involved in this form of trading. Nor does it matter how much the investment goes up or down – only the direction matters. That means the amount of money you can lose is limited to what you put in so you do not need to worry about margin calls, using stop orders or constantly monitoring your positions.
On Binary Options Asia, traders who make losing bets actually have up to 10% of their investment returned to their account.
Asian traders are able to gain exposure to a range of popular currency pairs, stocks, indices and commodities on the Binary Options Asia platform – all on one account.
To take advantage of this innovative online trading platform, visit Binary Options in Asia.
Binary Options Review Asia: Binary Options Asia is a trading name of Market Punter Pty Ltd (ACN 137 016 490) who are authorized and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.