can only be extended once.
If you think the price will go lower than the price shown, then you simply click “PUT or BELOW”. If you are right, then you are “in the money” and you will get between 75% and 81% profit on your investment.
If you think the price will stay in its current range, click IN.
If you think the price will finish out of its current range, click OUT.
The price at the time of expiry will determine the outcome of your trade.
If you think the price will touch the higher price, simply click on “TOUCH UP” button which shows the target.
If you think the price will touch the lower price, simply click on “TOUCH DOWN” button which shows the target.
If the price of the asset hits the target price before the expiry time, the option is closed and you are credited with earnings. You will receive up to 81% of your investment.
When you close out of the money, you will receive some of your initial investment back. This is anywhere from 0-80% of your initial investment.
Before the option is closed, the price will be shown. This means that you will always know the cost to execute the close order.
With 60 Second trading, your goal is to determine if an option will be higher or lower than the quote price when it expires. Traders select ‘Above’ if they believe the option will close above the quote price, or ‘Below’ if they believe it will close below the quote price.
You may also determine that an option will not touch the strike point before the option expires. If the option does not touch the strike point during the allotted time, you will earn a profit.
You can place a trade up to 20 minutes before expiry for RANGE options.