What is Financial Betting?

Financial betting allows you to bet on the movement of the financial market. You are not buying the commodity, or exchanging currencies, rather betting whether the product will go up or down. Get it right and you win, and the money goes straight into your wallet for easy withdrawal.

What can I bet on?

You can bet on price movement in the following markets:

  • Currency movements
    This includes the world's largest and most popularly traded currencies, including the USD, GBP and EUR.
  • Indices
    You can forecast the change in the major stock indices around the world, including the Dow Jones and Nasdaq 100 Future.
  • Stocks
    Some of the biggest companies of the world are included in our products, where u can forecast their movements throughout the day.
  • Commodity prices
    Major commodity prices including gold and silver are included.

How does the betting work?

Financial Betting is based on predicting the direction of the different markets. There are various differences in the Binary Options that we offer, which are shown below:

Binary Options
The binary options are:

  • Digital
  • Touch
  • Range
  • Turbo
  • One Touch
  • 5 Ticks

Digital
Digital options (also known as binary options) are the most popular type of options. You have to determine whether the price of an asset will move higher or lower than the current market price by the time of expiration.
When you expect the selected asset price to go up, you buy a Call. When you expect the selected asset price to go down, you buy a Put.
Note: In rare cases when upon option expiry the asset's market price is the same as the one of your investment, you are 'at-the-money' which means that you do not lose nor win anything. Your investment is returned to your balance.

Touch
With Touch trading options, you must predict if an asset will reach ("touch") a predetermined Upper or Lower strike price at any time before expiration. If the option expires without reaching the Upper or Lower strike values, you are out-of-the-money. Note that when the option reaches (touches) either the Upper or Lower strike, it is instantly expired.

Range
With Range options you must determine whether the value of an option will expire within a predefined range or not.
Note: In rare cases when upon option expiry the asset's market price is the same as any of the range values, you are at-the-money which means that you do not lose nor win anything. Your investment is returned to your balance.

Turbo
Turbo options works similar to Digital Options, but as the name suspects, allows you to complete the trading at turbo speeds. You have to determine whether the price of an asset will move higher or lower than the current market price in a 5 minute period of time.

One Touch
One Touch options are a variation of the Touch options, with the difference that there is only one set strike and you predict whether the asset price will reach ("touch") it before expiry time or not ("no touch").
As with Touch, when the option reaches (touches) the strike price, it is instantly expired.

5 Ticks
With 5 Ticks you predict the value direction of an asset , where a tick represents a move in the price of the underlying asset. When you trade 5 Ticks you must predict whether the price of a selected asset will go up or down within the next period chosen by you.

How to place a bet

Trade Digital
With Digital trading you must predict whether the price of a selected asset will go up or down until option expiry.

  1. Select an asset.
  2. Select the option expiry time using the respective dropdown list.
  3. Choose a trading direction and click "Above" or "Below".
  4. Choose the odds that you want to use. You can change the default odds by clicking the arrow button, allowing you to insure your potential losses
  5. Input Amount to Invest.
  6. Click Place Bet.

Trade Touch
With Touch trading you must predict whether the price of a selected asset will reach predefined upper and lower threshold values within option expiry.

  1. Select an asset.
  2. Select the option expiry time using the respective dropdown list.
  3. Choose a trading direction and click "Up" or "Down."
  4. Choose the odds that you want to use. You can change the default odds by clicking the arrow button, allowing you to insure your potential losses
  5. Input Amount to Invest.
  6. Click Place Bet.
When the market price reaches any of the strike values, the option is instantly expired.

Trade Range
With Range trading you must predict whether the price of a selected asset will be In or Out a predefined range until option expiry.

  1. Select an asset.
  2. Select the option expiry time using the respective dropdown list.
  3. Choose a trading direction and click "In" or "Out".
  4. Choose the odds that you want to use. You can change the default odds by clicking the arrow button, allowing you to insure your potential losses
  5. Input Amount to Invest.
  6. Click Place Bet.
The upper and lower range values and the current market value are all shown.

Trade Turbo
With Turbo trading you must predict whether the price of a selected asset will go up or down in a 5 minute period.

  1. Select an asset.
  2. Choose a trading direction and click "Above" or "Below".
  3. Input Amount to Invest.
  4. Click Place Bet.

Trade One Touch
With One Touch trading you must predict whether the price of a selected asset will 'reach' or 'not reach' a predefined threshold value within option expiry.

  1. Select an asset.
  2. Select the option expiry time using the respective dropdown list.
  3. Choose a trading direction and click Touch or No Touch.
  4. Choose the odds that you want to use. You can change the default odds by clicking the arrow button, allowing you to insure your potential losses
  5. Input Amount to Invest.
  6. Click Place Bet.

Viewing Open Trades

Monitoring open trades is especially useful when you make more than one trade at a time. Make a trade or more and scroll down to see all your Open Trades until option expiry. When options expire, they are moved to Closed Trades.
The Open Trades tab allows viewing your:

  • Asset(s) of choice
  • Expiry time
  • Strike value
  • Trade amount
  • Returns as of current time: this value fluctuates until option expiry

View Closed Trades

Once your trade options expire, you can view them listed in the "Closed trades" tab (in the same box as Open Trades).
Here you can view more data about your trades:

  • Order ID number
  • Order Date
  • Option type and asset of selection
  • Trade Rate upon time of trade
  • Trade Amount
  • Option Expiry time
  • Option expiry Rate
  • Option Payout rate
  • Profits / Losses