Today, I’m going to show you the 4 outstanding differences between binary options and smart options.
Many investors have made millions and will still continue to make more while trading either binary or smart options.
This information is simple and very important for all who want to engage in either trading binary options or smart options.
Let’s dive right in…
Here is an outline of the things you will learn in this post;
- What Is Binary Options?
- What Is Smart Options?
- 4 Outstanding Differences between Binary Options and Smart Options.
What is ‘Binary Options’?
The word “Binary”, means involving two things/composed of two things. A binary option is a financial trading platform with a fixed payout that depends on the predicted outcome either yes or no after a certain amount of time.
If your prediction is correct, you receive a fixed payout (money), but if it was wrong you lose your initial stake and nothing more.
The time frame in a binary option can be as little as 15sec, making it possible to trade hundreds of times per day across any global market.
What is ‘Smart Options’?
A smart option is a financial platform where a trader puts a fixed amount and makes a profit only when his prediction is correct after a particular time frame expires.
In smart options, the expiration time can range from either 5mins, 3mins, or as quick as 30sec. An investor can trade smart options on several different assets, including cryptocurrencies, stocks, currency pairs and much more.
Spectre.ai is an example of a smart options trading platform.
Smart options is an advancement in Binary options, it is binary options + additional features.
4 Outstanding Differences between Binary Options and Smart Options
Here are the 4 outstanding differences between binary options and smart options.
With all said in this post, I believe that we have now known;
- what ‘binary options’ and ‘smart options’ is,
- the 4 outstanding differences between binary options and smart options.
Now it’s your turn, tell me
Have you tried out any of this ‘options trading’?
if you have,
Which other differences do you think should be on the list?
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