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Hi just a quick question. Have been having a reasonable amount of success trading through the 5 minute binarys. Are there any hints or tips anyone has using these?? I e best times to trade etc? Thanks in advance !

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Hi, ,

I also use binaries- 5 mins and 20 mins, DAX and FTSE. As for me, I use Moving Average with short period- 9, also use Momentum with default settings in IG platform, and Bollinger bands. May be you think that settings of these indicators must be another? 

Also take into consideration fundamental analyse. 

Best time for trade? Typical working day for  FTSE or DAX trading. 

 

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But as for me- I am better to use 20 min binaries exactly on FTSE, as for this trading I set 5 min candels on IG chart, and analyse next 4 candels. Also FTSE is rather "smooth" chart (not as "fast" FX pairs)

And with 5 min FTSE binaries it is logically to use 1 min candels, then  to analyse next 5 candels - that is very quick. But its only my opinion. May be you have another suggestions?

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Also by analogy with 20 min binaries, it is worth a try to use 1 hour FTSE binaries, but to take for analyse candels on 15 minutes. But what settings of indicators in this case is better to use- I still didnt investigate. May be you have any suggestions?

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Police raid 20 Binary Options firms in city crackdown (London). News to me that these firms come under Gambling Commission regulations and not the FCA, no wonder so many get scammed. 2,065  victims lose just under £60 mln ( avg £22,000 each).

 

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