Used when the market price of the asset is currently trading at or has closed at the exact target price.
Binary options are a form of derivative, meaning its value and performance depends on the price movement of an underlying assets or a term that refers to a specific type of financial instrument that offers a fixed rate of return. Click to learn more.
The time and date at which an option expires.
This is the level of the asset at the time of the asset’s expiry which is based on data received from 24option’s data provider.
This is a feature on the 24option.com platform that allows a trader to close a position before the expiry time.
A binary option in which a trader can decide if the asset’s market price will expire higher or lower than the current market price.
A binary option in which the trader believes the market price of an asset will expire above the current market price.
This term means that the market price of the asset is currently trading or has closed and is profitable.
The amount of capital invested in a binary option.
One possibility of the boundary option. The trader decides if the market price will expire inside the predetermined price range.
A binary option in which the trader believes the market price of an asset will expire below the current market price.
The current price of the asset based on the data provided by the data provider.
One possibility of the boundary option, the trader decides if the market price will expire outside the predetermined price range.
This term means that the market price of the asset is currently trading or has closed and is not profitable.
The return is the percentage of the original investment that the trader will receive if the investment is profitable.
This is the amount of money refunded to the trader if he/she has invested in an option that accounts for a refund if the option expires “Out of the Money”.
Target price, also known as the market price, is the current price of the asset based on the feed by the data provider.
Stocks (e.g. Google, British Airways) Commodities (e.g. Gold, Brent Crude) Indices (e.g. NASDAQ, FTSE 100)
The asset in which the trader is invested in the binary option.
Trading in Binary Options, Forex/CFD carry a high level of risk to your capital due to the volatility of the underlying market. These products may not be suitable for all investors. Therefore, you should ensure that you understand the risks and seek advice from an independent and suitably licensed financial advisor.