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How to Trade Binary Options

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  1. Binary options – the world’s financial instrument. They allow traders to  from price movements across all the world’s markets.
  2. There are only 2 types of transactions you can make with binary options: CALL and PUT.

The IQ Option platform allows our traders to make investments starting from just $1.

 

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  1. Call – Option for rising prices. If you believe the price is about to go up, choose this option.

PUT – Option for falling prices. Buy this option when you expect the price to decrease.

If you see on the chart that the price isn’t rising or falling, that means that right now there’s a “neutral trend.” In this case, it’s best to hold off on buying this option. Consider choosing a different asset to invest in.

Trend examples:

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  1. Never invest more than 2% of your capital in a single option. This is the golden rule for any investor. This way you can manage your investing without losing your head…or your money
  2. In order to improve the quality of your results, use technical & fundamental market analysis.
  3. Try different asset classes. If you’re not getting results with currency pairs, try stock indices. On IQ Option you can  find over 500 types of assets, including Amazon, Facebook, and Google.
  4. Sign up for IQ Option’s, where you’ll find out how to analyze trends, choose a trading pattern, and personally answer any questions you may have.

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General Risk Warning:

The financial products offered by the company carry a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all your funds. You should never invest money that you cannot afford to lose.





General Risk Warning:

The financial products offered by the company carry a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all your funds. You should never invest money that you cannot afford to lose.

The current account of the euro area recorded a surplus of €21.2 billion in June

This reflected surpluses for goods (€27.4 billion), primary income (€4.6 billion) and services (€2.2 billion), which were partly offset by a deficit for secondary income (€13.0 billion).

The 12-month cumulated current account for the period ending in June 2017 recorded a surplus of €336.5 billion (3.1% of euro area GDP), compared with one of €375.0 billion (3.5% of euro area GDP) for the 12 months to June 2016 (see Table 1 and Chart 1). This development was due to decreases in the surpluses for goods (from €369.0 billion to €341.1 billion) and services (from €63.3 billion to €46.5 billion), and an increase in the deficit for secondary income (from €120.0 billion to €144.8 billion). These were partly offset by an increase in the surplus for primary income (from €62.6 billion to €93.7 billion


Trading plan 08/18/2017

Overall picture: ECB and market reaction.

The main events are focused on the US market, which showed a sharp decline to -1.2-1.5% on the indices.

Currency market: The ECB stimulate the rate of EURUSD.

The publication of the ECB's protocols revealed that the central bank is seriously concerned about the growth of the euro.

In consideration of the market reaction, the euro fell sharply and broke through the 1.1680 level and reached 1.1660.

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Plan for EURUSD:

We prepare the purchase with a breakout to the top of 1.1790, but with a break below 1.1660 as we sell.

The main event is scheduled next week, which is the meeting of the leaders of Central Bank in Jackson-Hole, it is expected for coordinated plans to remove excess liquidity from the markets.

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Friday Lookback 18-08-2017

Welcome to the easyMarkets weekly review where we look back over the results of some of the previous week’s economic indicators. It gives us the chance to reflect on how much expectations were met or missed and to examine a successful trade you could have made this week.

 

Event: UK Consumer Price Index

Date: Tuesday 15 August 2017 at 08:30 GMT

Markets affected: GBP/USD, EUR/GBP

Trending hashtags: #gbp, #inflation

The sterling fell on the release of the lower than expected inflation figure from the UK. The Consumer Price Index maintained its previous reading of 2.6% for the month of July, 0.1% less than what analysts were expecting. While petrol prices fell, the costs of clothing, food and utilities increased. The retail price index on the other hand came in 0.1% higher than expectations at 3.6% but this was not enough to help the struggling pound. The CPI result is lowering expectations that the Bank of England may raise the interest rate any time soon.

 

Event: US Retail Sales

Date: Tuesday 15 August 2017 at 12:30 GMT

Markets affected: EUR/USD, USD/JPY

Trending hashtags: #usd

Retail sales in the US increased 0.6% for July, a significant 0.2% higher than what analysts were forecasting for the month. June’s figure was also upwardly revised to from a -0.2% to a positive 0.3% increase. The result for July was a seven-month high and is increasing the outlook for the third quarter of this year for the US.

 

Event: EU Gross Domestic Product

Date: Wednesday 16 August 2017 at 09:00 GMT

Markets affected: EUR/USD, EUR/GBP

Trending hashtags: #eur, #gdp

GDP for the Eurozone came in at a better than expected 2.2% growth for the second quarter of 2017. The Eurozone’s economy continues to demonstrate a strong recovery. The annualised reading came in 0.3% better than the previous quarter and gave a boost to European equity markets.

 

Event: FOMC Meeting Minutes

Date: Wednesday 16 August 2017 at 18:00 GMT

Markets affected: EUR/USD, USD/JPY

Trending hashtags: #usd, #fomc

The Federal Market Open Committee released the minutes from their July meeting and showed a divergence amongst members attitudes to raising the interest rate. The Fed voted to keep the interest rate in the 1% – 1.25% range as the economy has yet to reach the 2% inflation target set by the central bank. The USD fell on the release of the minutes against most of its major counterparts.

 

Event: Australian Unemployment Rate

Date: Thursday 17 August 2017 at 01:30 GMT

Markets affected: AUD/USD, AUD/NZD

Trending hashtags: #aud, #jobs

 

Employment in Australia grew by 27,900 in July and June’s figure was revised upwardly to 20,000 from its initial reading of 14,000. The jobs result was a little over expectations though full-time employment dropped by just over 20,000 to 62,000. So, the positive jobs result came from part-time job gains for July. The unemployment rate fell to 5.6% from the previous month’s reading of 5.7% painting a somewhat better employment picture. However, the wages price index was the slowest on record as it showed growth of only 1.9% annualised growth for the second quarter.

 

Event: EU Consumer Price Index

Date: Thursday 17 August 2017 at 09:00 GMT

Markets affected: EUR/USD, EUR/GBP

Trending hashtags: #eur, #cpi

 

The Consumer Price Index for the Eurozone came in at an expected 1.3% on Thursday, pretty much as the markets were expecting. Later in the day the European Central Bank released their July 20 meeting minutes that showed the central bank, similar to the Fed in the US, is worried about the inflation rate meeting expectations. The euro lost ground on the day and hit a three-week low.

Trade of the Week

Time in: Wednesday 16 August 2017 at 13:00 GMT
Market : XAU/USD
Investment: $500 with 200:1 leverage
Time out: Wednesday 17 August 2017 at 02:00 GMT

P&L: $1,546

If you had bought XAU/USD with a $500 margin at the price of 1,269.31 and closed the deal once after the FOMC Meeting Minutes on Wednesday at 18:00 GMT which saw the gold rise by 1.55%, you might have made $1,546. Note this example does not take into account spread.

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European equity markets open lower again 18 Aug

Softer equity tones continuing as markets officially get underway 18 Aug
– FTSE -0.6%
– DAX -0.8%
– CAC40 -0.9%
– FTMIB -0.9%
– IBEX -0.9%
In China the SCI closes flat but up 1.9% for the week. Best in 4 months

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AUDUSD orders 18 Aug – Tightly bound again for the moment

Currently 0.7893 unable to breach 0.7900
Yesterday’s expiries had an influence again with topside interest T 0.7975 capping and ultimately testing the lower levels of 0.7875 albeit after expiry time

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Elliott waves for Forex correlation analysis – sell euro below 1.1627

EURUSD - Up

sell euro below 1.1627

Wave Analysis:

Since May 24th of this year, euro gaped above the resistance zone 1.08649, euro has been in a consntant up trend rising with over 1000pips. During this uptrend, there has not been a proper retracement, infact, for every slight bearish retarcement has been countered with aa bullish engulfing candle. We expect the level 1.1867 to have marked the end of the impulsive wave (v), that the current bearish price rally is the unfolding of a corrective three wave cycle seeking to correct the previous five wave cycle. This correction, however, must not go beyond 1.08649 where we'll be expecting a possible rebound to long euro. In the meantime, we're waiting for a break below 1.16327 to short euro with a target at 1.08649. This pair should be traded alongside GBPUSD and AUDUSD.

Trade Recommenations:

Wait and sell euro below 1.1627 with an ideal target at 1.08649.

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