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The Inside Day binary options strategy is a reversal pattern whose basis lies in the formation of the inside day candle pattern. This is a double-candle formation which features a long candle and a shorter candle contained within the body of the preceding long candle. The high price of the long first candle is higher than the high of the…

Wedges are yet another set of chart patterns that you will commonly see in the financial market. You will be now be shown how they can be deployed in the binary options market. Just like in the triangle patterns, being able to use wedge patterns in trading binary options market is also about two things: Pattern identification Breakout identification Wedges…

Triangles are some of the chart patterns that you will commonly see in the financial market. They are used more commonly by stock and forex traders. Now you will be shown how they can be deployed in the binary options market. Being able to use triangle patterns in the binary options market is all about two things: Pattern identification Breakout…

In the financial markets, there are certain assets that move in tandem either in the same direction or in the opposite direction. This is because they are correlated; they share the same equal or opposite responses to certain market fundamentals. It is thus possible to use a market fundamental event to predict the movement of several assets. In the context…

This article is designed to help beginners understand the concept of the breakout and how to trade it in binary options. Breakouts refer to a situation when the price escapes out of the confines of a tight price range to set a new trend. Usually the tight price range, also referred to as a period of consolidation or a range-bound…

Breakouts are a regular phenomenon in the financial markets, but binary options traders are at a loss as to how to detect and use the opportunities that this phenomenon presents. Breakouts usually follow a period of consolidation. Consolidations, like breakouts, also occur frequently in the market. Consolidations are caused by periods of low trading volume and low volatility, which are…

Before setting out on using a binary options strategy, you should ask yourself the following questions: What kind of binary options trade will this strategy work for? Do I clearly understand what is required of the trade? How long is the trade going to last? Is the strategy easy to deploy? The strategy to be described today is one which…

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