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Glossary

Asset
The underlying instrument used to determine a contract; generally a commodity, stock, currency pair, or index.

At-the-Money
A term used to describe a neutral loss and gain as a result of the asset value at expiry being roughly what it was at purchase.

Call Option
One of two option choices, in which the investor realizes a profit if the asset has a higher value at expiry than it did at purchase.

Current Price
The price in near real time as reported. The term current price is often used to contrast real-time reporting from most free price information, which is often delayed by fifteen minutes or more.


Expiry Price
The current price of the asset when the contract on the asset expires. In above-below binary trading, whether the option finished in-the-money or out-of-the-money is based on the expiry price of the asset.

Expiry Time
The date and time when the option expires.

Investment Amount
The amount of money invested in either a Put or Call option; the stake.

In-the-Money
A term to describe an investor finishing in a position where they realize a profit. If a Call option was purchased, it is in-the-money if the expiry price is higher than the current price was at the time of purchase; if a Put option was purchased, it is in-the-money if the expiry price is lower than the current price was at the time of purchase.

Out-of-the-Money
A term used to describe an investor finishing in a position where they experience a loss. In binary options this generally results in a loss of 80% to 100% of the initial investment. If a Call option was purchased, it is out-of-the-money if the expiry price is lower than the current price was at the time of purchase; if a Put option was purchased, it is out-of-the-money if the expiry price is higher than the current price was at the time of purchase.

Payout
The profit realized when a contract expires in-the-money. In binary options the payout is generally between 75% and 81%.

Put Option
One of two option choices, in which the investor realizes a profit if the asset has a lower value at expiry than it did at purchase.

Strike Price
May be used in a number of contexts. Generally speaking, the price at which the contract option for an asset can be exercised. In the case of binary options, most often refers to the price-at-sale of the asset, which is also the price used to determine whether a contract expires in-the-money or out-of-the-money in an above-below option. In the case of a touch option, refers to the value the asset must reach for the contract to be in-the-money.

Time of Expiration
The time and date an option contract expires; expiry time.

Technical Analysis
One of the two major schools of analysis, used to examine historical data to predict future trends in an asset price. At its core technical analysis believes that all aspects of an asset price are built into the market price, and that trends can be deduced to determine the direction an asset will take.

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