Easy how to hedge your forex positions using binary options
One for the charts and another one for the orders. I was waiting to close the last candle one minute before the news, at If the candle starts to be green this means heavily buying activity some seconds after the news, the market will move up. If the candle starts to be red with selling climax this means heavily selling activity and the market will go down. Sometimes we have a correction exactly after this candle and the market goes to the opposite direction but the most of the time the first candle after the news, the news candle as I call it show us the way.
To avoid unpredictable conditions like the condition I said above you can do one simple thing. For doing this you can use two different financial products in the same asset. I take my main position usually with a Spread Trade and I am hedging this position with a binary option contract. Look at this chart. When the news candle starts to have buying climax the market shows us the way. In addition to the disclaimer below, the material on this page is for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any financial instrument on Nadex or elsewhere.
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