Binary options unmasked and other trading books coming soon


So whether you are a beginner looking to learn the basics, or an advanced trader looking for in-depth strategy, we have a book for you. The binary options sector has sometimes attracted a lot of misinformation online, fortunately that problem has not blighted the printed word in the same way. Most of the books written on the subject are honest, and describe binaries accurately.

There are of course, some books that are better than others, and below, we highlight the books we think are the best for traders at particular points of their trading journey. Hamish Raw is perhaps the leading writer on this subject. For those just hearing about binaries, and considering looking into the subject further, this book is worth close attention.

This volume, dedicated solely to candlestick charting, is a good read for anyone who might be struggling to get to grips with this particular area of analysis. Our Charts page also explains the basics of candlestick charts.

Some may even go beyond their direct stock price, and affect commodity or forex prices. Most of the books written on the subject are honest, and describe binaries accurately. There are of course, some books that are better than others, and below, we highlight the books we think are the best for traders at particular points of their trading journey. Hamish Raw is perhaps the leading writer on this subject.

For those just hearing about binaries, and considering looking into the subject further, this book is worth close attention. This volume, dedicated solely to candlestick charting, is a good read for anyone who might be struggling to get to grips with this particular area of analysis. Our Charts page also explains the basics of candlestick charts.

Some may even go beyond their direct stock price, and affect commodity or forex prices. As an example, the Google tax issue with Ireland had ramifications across all sorts of sectors. It also provides a jargon buster which is very useful. This book can help you stay on the right track. This book has been around almost as long as the binary options as a trading instrument itself, yet it remains one of the clearest explanations of how binaries work in practice.

For the author, the simplicity of binaries is one of their greatest strengths; right from the outset, he is keen to point out that anyone who bets on the likes of the Grand National or Kentucky Derby is taking out a binary option, albeit in a different name — that of a fixed odds bet.

In theory therefore, binaries offer an accessible way to put market knowledge to work — in what ought to be a limited risk environment. Far from dismissing the fact that binary options are, in effect, a form of gambling, this book is refreshing in that it embraces the language of betting to explain — in a relatively simple way — how this financial instrument works in real life. Aimed at newcomers, this book provides a personal and pragmatic overview of binary options as a trading instrument.

It provides information on the various markets available and also includes insight on how to get into the right frame of mind for trading. It gives tips on choosing a platform, starting off with a trial run, before graduating to trades with real cash.

With simple prose broken down into bite-size chunks and plenty of diagrams, this series of instructional manuals rarely disappoints.