Bitcoin has been exploding in recent months. It's exciting, it's new. It's also volatile enough to make many traders wary of the potential risk.
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While binary options offer a compelling way to structure a long volatility trade, they are by no means the only vehicle at our disposal.
By Nadex Analyst, May 25, 2017
In our last series, Four Ways to Go Short Volatility, we investigated how to create trading strategies using Nadex options which would profit from sideways movement in the market.
By Nadex Analyst, May 23, 2017
This is the last part of our four part series on shorting volatility.
By Nadex Analyst, December 09, 2016
In the first two parts of this series, we looked at ways of using options to short volatility on the stock market.
By Nadex Analyst, December 08, 2016
The second strategy used binary options instead of vanilla options and showed how we could achieve a similar payout event (the market moves sideways) without becoming naked long or short when thing
By Nadex Analyst, December 07, 2016
Most people think about trading in directional terms. For example you might hear two friends suggest the following positions
By Nadex Analyst, November 30, 2016
Looking at markets on a weekly basis can be a technique to smooth out volatility and identify larger overall trends. The five day score of gains or losses is an arms’ length look at the action tha
By Nadex Analyst, July 29, 2016
It’s hard to know the price a unique asset.
By Nadex Analyst, April 15, 2016
The dirty little secret of modern finance is that it’s really easy to forecast realized volatility. The problem arises in capturing this prediction, ie making money off of your intuition.
By Nadex Analyst, April 11, 2016
At first glance, the business of trading seems very simple: an asset can either go up, go down, or move sideways. Easy right? Far from it!
By Nadex Analyst, April 08, 2016
The ECB decision could well be influenced by growing deflationary concerns for the eurozone, a theme that will not have been helped any by today’s release of German producer prices for September.
By Nadex Analyst, October 20, 2015