# Risk Free Binary Options Trading

## Most Popular Strategies in Binary Options Trading

There are many different strategies to trade binary options. This allows each investor to carry out an individual approach that suits them best.

Let us discuss a strategy that allows as risk-free trade as possible due to the fact that traders buy two options in Option+ mode at the same time in different directions, and then sell one option in order to benefit from each.
For those who do not know: according to the standard binary options rules, traders can make a deal and leave as an option will expire in due time. Traders buy one “call” option, and immediately after – “put” option. Next, they follow the behavior of the market and capture the moment in which it becomes clear which way the price will go. Once the situation is clear, they quickly sell the unprofitable. Typically, these losses equal 10-25%. This feature, when a trader can sell an option before expiry time is called Early Closure.

Traders then wait for the second option in order to receive the largest possible amount, which not only covers 10-25% loss of the previous option but brings profit over. Ideally, of course, one must wait for the expiration and get the maximum profit. Incidentally, there is a chance to sell both options in profit – for example the price will go down sharply and trader sells a “put” option at a profit, and then the market will turn and run trading above the purchase – in this case, trader will also get a profit for the second “call” option.

## Statistical Approach Strategy – Martingale & Principle of Kelly

This method of binary options trading has positive and negative sides. Among the positive characteristics are the highest level of reliability strategies and less time consuming.

This strategy is based on the use of probability theory, the principle of Kelly, as well as the method of Martingale. Probability theory says – after a coin thrown up several times fell tails up, the following should drop on heads. As applied to trade, it looks way set out below.

Let us consider an example of statistics in 2011, when the probability that a half-hour candle moves in the opposite direction, was significantly increased if the previous three candles were going in the same direction. The maximum number of candles moving in the same direction, according to statistics is eleven pieces. The greatest likelihood of movement in the other direction appears after the third candle, but sometimes it comes from a fifth to the seventh. In 50% of cases, the movement of the candles in the opposite direction takes place on the fourth candle, about 25% of cases – on the fifth, and 10 to 15% in the sixth. The remaining percentage, that is about 10%, accounted for all of the remaining cases; however, more than eight consecutive candles happen very rarely.

How to use this information? Traders need to purchase an option of a certain type only after a few candles go in the same direction. The rate will be calculated using the principle of Kelly. The principle includes the accounting value of the deposit belonging to the trader, the total number of candles and the fact that the purchase price shall be increased by the principle of the Martingale.

The strategy called Strangle is often used to trade binary options. This strategy allows simultaneous use of “call” and “put” options on the same asset base and the same expiration. This strategy has official permission to market. The simultaneous purchase of “put” and “call” options with different strike prices can be quite lucrative, of course, as a subject of certain developments.

In most cases, Strangle buying depends on predictions about what will happen in the asset market.

It is best to purchase Strangle when the prices of the underlying assets have to start moving. Moreover, the movement must be really significant, regardless of the direction. Buying a Strangle means the opening a position for the “call” and “put” options with different strike prices. This strategy is used to generate income from the increase or decrease in the price of the underlying assets. The successful operation of the strategy is due to price release over a specific border corridor. In the event that the trader forecast was wrong, his loss will be only the amount of premiums paid for the options.

Straddle strategy is very similar to the strategy described above. The difference lies in the fact that at the time of its use, traders buy options with the same strike price. The price of a Straddle equals a few Strangle prices. This means that Strangle using is cheaper. However, bear in mind that the amount of profit from Strangle will be much less.