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What is an Option?

An option is a type of financial instrument which enables traders to make a prediction on the price direction of a specific asset. Traders receive up to 85% return on their investment if the price moves in the direction they had anticipated (in the money).

If the price moves in the opposite direction however, the trade is deemed unsuccessful (out of the money) and the trader loses his invested amount.

How to place a trade

  • 1

    What do you want to trade?

    Select your underlying asset. You can choose from currency pairs, stocks, indices (i.e. the DAX) or commodities.

  • 2

    When should your option expire?

    Define your expiry time, the time when your option will be evaluated. This can be as much as several weeks or as little as 60 seconds.

  • 3

    How much do you want to invest?

    Determine your desired investment amount. You can choose from €1 to €1,500.

  • 4

    Will the price rise or fall?

    Decide if you think the price of your chosen underlying asset will rise or fall before the expiry time.

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