Trading US Indices and Forex Using Binary Options

Trading the US Indices and forex using binary options with risk to reward allowed Gail to capture profits even though two trades went against her.  This also highlights the importance of understanding and following a risk to reward ration that is skewed in your favor.

Trading the US Indices and Forex Using Binary Options

In this video, Gail Mercer, founder of TradersHelpDesk, shows 4 binary options trades. Two lost money and two made money and she was positive for the morning. Why? Because she uses risk to reward ratios.  This way her losses will not knock out her winnings and she comes away with a profit.

As you can see in the video, Gail had four trades — three on the US indices and one on the USDJPY.  All positions were to the long side as she believed the market would go up.  The USDJPY achieved the $75 profit target as did the Wall St 30 binary option.  The US Tech 100 and US 500 binary options both lost money.  However, Gail ended positive for the day because she uses a risk to reward that is skewed in her favor and doesn’t wipe out her profits.

About Gail Mercer

Gail Mercer, Founder of TradersHelpDesk, is a highly respected trader, trainer, author, and speaker residing in North Carolina. She has over 15 years of experience in trading and in the development of custom indicators.

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