Trade Binary Options with Nadex

Based on a simple yes/no proposition, exchange-traded binary options offer an intuitive, trusted way to trade the financial markets.

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Binary Options


What are Binary Options?

Binary options are limited-risk contracts based on a simple yes/no question about the market's price action, like this: 

"Will this market be above this price at 3pm today?"

If you say yes, you buy the binary. If you think no, you sell. If at 3pm, you’re right, you get the full $100. If not, you get zero. It’s a simple, but powerful way to trade the most active stock indexes, forex, commodities & other markets, with limited risk, guaranteed.

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The Benefits of Nadex

Trade multiple markets from a single account, on a Mac, PC, or mobile device. Trade on a secure, US-based, regulated exchange. Trade with low cost, no broker commissions, and guaranteed limited risk. 

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Markets from One Account

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