Tip 5 – Remember There is No Binary Options Signal Service That Will Work For You
Before having a consideration of any Binary Options Signal Service you should…
Asking for an access to the live account
It is necessary and should be at a minimum, a recent 12 month statement of all bets made. It’s also worth for doing an internet search for the reviews of the service.
Making sure bets are placed for duration of 1 hour or more
If less than this, it will be impossible for you to have a reaction to signals and emulate similar effects as the supplier.
Making sure bet frequency is at least once; it’d better twice a week
If there are less than 50 bets a year, it is uncertain that the service will be beneficial enough. For instance, 50 bets a year with an exceptional strike rate of 60% would equivalent to a return of just 8% based on 2% risk per trade.
This may seem OK, however do also…
Checking returns fewer fees
Let’s have a look at the above example as an illustration and always suppose we have the amount of £5,000 in the account. A return of 8% based on 2% risk per bet equivalent to £400. Thus, if fees are £50 per month, it’s a net loss for you of -£200 (-4%).
It is certainly improved if the service trades 100 times a year. The return increases to 16% that means it equates to £800. Having minus fees, you would finish with a net profit of £200 (+4%).
Taking a simple performance due diligence as following…
- How can we know they are trustworthy or not? It is hopeful that you have seen a live account statement and you did not found many (any) negative reviews.
- Can you have the emulation of their results? Bets of at least 1 hour in duration give you a much better chance to react to and place the same bets.
- Does it have enough bets? Less than say 50 bets a year does not really provide adequate opportunity to profit, even with an exceptional 60% strike rate.
It is said that the final due diligence process is the most important…
Although you believe the provider is trustworthy, whether you can compete their results and there are adequate bets, is it actually worth it?
Let’s use some examples, using 2% risk per bet, an exceptional 60% strike rate and monthly fees of £50…
- £5,000 account, 100 trades a year = £800 a year. Minus fees that’s a net return of £200 a year, or 4%
- £10,000 account, 100 trades a year = £1,600 a year. Minus fees that’s a net return of £1,000 a year, or 10%
- £20,000 account, 200 trades a year = £6,400 a year. Minus fees that’s a net return of £5,800 a year, or 29%
Well, let’s put some balance on this to see what next…
You want to invest your capital. So, how much capital would you entrust to a Forex Binary Options Signal Service? Would you entrust £20,000? It is wise to say NO.
Perhaps you would be willing to place a bet and risk a £2,500 deposit with a £2,500 bonus, so £5,000…
We’ve already set up the return based on 100 trades a year, after fees we see it’s 4%. Thus, we can say it is 200 trades a year. There are 120 winners at £80 a time and 80 losers at £100 a time. That’s £1,600, so when we minus fees that’s £1,000 a year, 20%.
Would you seriously risk your money and pay the fees for a totally unsure return of 20% per year on the foundation…
- The supplier will keep that exceptional strike rate of 60%
- You will have the ability to react and place every bet
Note: At least, you will be qualified enough to make a withdrawal from your Binary Options Trading Account after making 200 bets.
Doing correctly due diligence it is highly uncertain that you will find a Binary Options Signal Service that will be effective for you. Particularly, if you examine that the potential risks related to the potential return.
Remember: The suppliers are most likely basing on a Binary Options Trading System. With our analysis, it has already committed that a 60% strike rate (in fact, the absolute minimum that one should have a consideration) would be quite exceptional.
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