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Digital Options is a trading instrument that offers a guaranteed return for a correct prediction about an asset’s price direction within a selected timeframe. An in-the-money Digital Option offers up to 78% of profit, while an unsuccessful one will result in the loss of the investment. With Digital Options one can speculate on the price movements of various cryptocurrencies, stocks, currency pairs, indices, and commodities.
Benefits of Trading Digital Options
All complexities of trading simplified into one question, “Will the price go up or down?”
See results in as short as 60 seconds. Multiple expiration timeframes to choose from.
Just 0.1 pip movement in the right direction to earn up to 78% of investment amount.
Risks and rewards are pre-determined. Full risk is capped at the invested amount.
Trade in both bearish and bullish conditions. Shorting the market is equally profitable.
Build up Your Skills
Get acquainted with the basics of trading and investing through a series of easy-to-understand indicators designed with you in mind.
Technical Analysis Basics
Trendlines are relatively easy to use. A trader simply has to chart the price data normally, using open, close, high and low, to be aware of the prevailing direction of price.
Trendlines are a visual representation of support and resistance in any time frame. They show direction and speed of price, and also describe patterns during periods of price contraction.
Powerful Candlestick Patterns
Candlestick patterns, which are technical trading tools, have been used for centuries to predict price direction. Candlestick reversal patterns predict a change in price direction, while continuation patterns predict an extension in the current price direction. There are various candlestick patterns used to determine price direction and momentum, including three line strike, two black gapping, three black crows, evening star, and abandoned baby. However, it’s worth noting that many signals emitted by these candlestick patterns might not work reliably in the modern electronic environment. This analysis relies on the work of Thomas Bulkowski, who built performance rankings for candlestick patterns in his 2008 book, “Encyclopedia of Candlestick Charts.”
Three Line Strike
The bullish three line strike reversal pattern carves out three black candles within a downtrend. Each bar posts a lower low and closes near the intrabar low. The fourth bar opens even lower but reverses in a wide-range outside bar that closes above the high of the first candle in the series. The opening print also marks the low of the fourth bar. According to Bulkowski, this reversal predicts higher prices with an 83% accuracy rate.
Two Black Gapping
The bearish two black gapping continuation pattern appears after a notable top in an uptrend, with a gap down that yields two black bars posting lower lows. This pattern predicts that the decline will continue to even lower lows, perhaps triggering a broader-scale downtrend. According to Bulkowski, this pattern predicts lower prices with a 68% accuracy rate.
Three Black Crows
The bearish three black crows reversal pattern starts at or near the high of an uptrend, with three black bars posting lower lows that close near intrabar lows. This pattern predicts that the decline will continue to even lower lows, perhaps triggering a broader-scale downtrend. The most bearish version starts at a new high because it traps buyers entering momentum plays. According to Bulkowski, this pattern predicts lower prices with a 78% accuracy rate.
The bearish evening star reversal pattern starts with a tall white bar that carries an uptrend to a new high. The market gaps higher on the next bar, but fresh buyers fail to appear, yielding a narrow range candlestick. A gap down on the third bar completes the pattern, which predicts that the decline will continue to even lower lows, perhaps triggering a broader-scale downtrend. According to Bulkowski, this pattern predicts lower prices with a 72% accuracy rate.
The bullish abandoned baby reversal pattern appears at the low of a downtrend, after a series of black candles print lower lows. The market gaps lower on the next bar, but fresh sellers fail to appear, yielding a narrow range doji candlestick with opening and closing prints at the same price. A bullish gap on the third bar completes the pattern, which predicts that the recovery will continue to even higher highs, perhaps triggering a broader-scale uptrend. According to Bulkowski, this pattern predicts higher prices with a 49.73% accuracy rate.