24option Trading Alerts

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DISCLAIMER AND IMPORTANT INFO ABOUT 24OPTION! Binary options involves risk and you can lose all your invested capital. Payout rates are all based on the assumption you make a successful trade.

Free trading signals with 24option trading alerts are the newest invention of 24option.

How to use the 24option trading alerts

24option provides trading signals by using an algorithmic trading model called Faunus. These trading models are run on computers.

Each created signal will give you the basic information to invest based on the signal:

  • The asset,
  • The direction,
  • And the standardized expiry rate.

Signals are created for three expiration times: 1 hour, 30 minutes, and 15 minutes. You received the following signal at 10:03: EUR/USD – CALL. Place a Call trade on the EUR/USD and set the expiry for 11:00. In this case, you would have received a signal with an expiration time of one hour.

To indicate the probable reliability of each signal, 24option uses a color code. Stronger signals are colored green, riskier/weaker signals are colored red, and signals that are somewhere in between are colored yellow.

It is hard to attach a definite winning percentage to each of these color codes, but red signals usually feature a higher risk and a higher reward. In general investors may use these signals to add to their trading research and analysis, as it is an analytics tool and may prove useful to investors who invest time in their research beforehand.

To indicate the probable reliability of each signal, 24option uses a color code. Secure signals are colored green, risky signals are colored red, and signals that are somewhere in between are colored yellow.

It is hard to attach a definite winning percentage to each of these color codes, but red signals usually feature a higher risk and a higher reward. Traders who prefer a secure and steady approach should focus on green signals, while traders who are willing to take more risk can also trade yellow or even red signals.

To find out which signals are right for you, we recommend you start trading only green signals and gradually expand your trading to yellow and then red signals. Once you start feeling uncomfortable, stop expanding and only trade the signals you have been trading up to that point.

Trading binary options involves substantial risk and may lead to loss of all invested capital.
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