Indicators and how to use them in binary options is exercised by many traders. As you begin to build your blueprint for fast profits, it’s best to always have a strategy and to never fall astray from it. What might work for one trader, doesn’t work for another. Like anything else, you have to practice, put in the hours, and learn if you want to become a successful trader. For any new or seasoned trader, there are two indicators that are popular among many.
1. CCI- Commodity Channel Index
This indicator is good for support when making a decision on a trade. It comes with +100 and -100 levels. The market tends to be within these levels about 80% of the time and 20%-25% out of these levels. So for an example, if you see the market going up and over the +100 level this is a good indication for a long trade with a strong uptrend. If the market was reversed and was going down pass the -100 level, then that’s a good sign for a downward trend and a short trade.
2. MACD- Moving Average Convergence/Divergence
This indicator reveals changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration of a trend in a stock’s price. As a momentum indicator, it shows the relationship between two moving averages. At a default setting, this is set to a 12 day exponential moving average minus a 26 day exponential moving average and the line signal is set at a 9 day EMA. Then you have the histogram which performs the variation between the MACD line and the signal line. Typically, when using this indicator, you look for the lines to cross each to make a trade. Be cautious because this is not usually correct. An experience trader will usually look for a set up in the market to make the trade and will have confirmation from another indicator before the trade is in place.