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At-The-Money

A financial term, which means that the current price of the underlying asset is the same as the price when the option was purchased.

Binary Options (Digital Options)

Trading options that pay out a pre-set and fixed amount if the underlying asset on which the option is based reaches the trader’s selected ‘direction’ (up or down compared with advertised value at the time of purchasing that option) at expiry time.

Execution Rate

The entry level of the investor to the trade.

Expiry Rate

The price/level of the underlying asset when the option expires. This price determines whether the option is in-the-money, out-the-money or at-the-money.

Expiry Time

The time & date when Binary Option expires and reaches the end of its predetermined life cycle.

B2BOption Rates

B2BOption enables the client to buy or sell an asset with no market spread. The open rate for a put option = open rate of a call option.

Indices

Index represents a basket of stocks. for more information about the indices traded on the platform see "asset index"

Mid Market

The average of the bid and ask, this price represent the real price of the market with no spreads between bid and ask.

One-Touch Option

An option which gives the investor a predetermined fixed payout once the price of the underlying asset reaches or surpasses a predetermined level. To be eligible for payout, it is sufficient that the option touches or surpasses the predetermined level just once throughout the option’s life cycle. If the predicted level is not reached or surpassed even once, the initial investment is lost.

Put Option

A put option provides the investor with the opportunity to gain if the asset drops below the open rate of the put transaction. In the event that the expiry rate is the same as the open rate, the investor will be refunded with the full investment amount.

Reuters

Reuters system, one of the worlds leading financial data provider. It is the system which B2BOption takes it's expiry rates from.

Stocks

Stocks confirm that the holder of stocks has purchased a percent of a company and as such is entitled to a profit sharing relative to the percent he has in the company. In case of a bankruptcy the stock holders are the last to receive any of the companies assets.

Trading Hours

Each asset has it's own trading hours and trading days and holidays. To see the assets trading hours click asset index. Sometimes you will see that even though the asset is supposed to be traded it's not listed. In such a case simply press refresh.