Alpari launches binary options trading app for iPhone, iPad

Alpari launches binary options trading app for iPhone, iPad

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Russia’s largest forex broker, Alpari, announced the launch of an iOS mobile application for trading in binary options.

The application features all strategies, instruments and timeframes available in the web terminal of the platform and allow users trade binary options 24 hours, five days a week. The application is available in Apple’s App store and works on iPhones and iPads running the iOS version 8.0 or above.

Alpari launched its binary options platform in December last year. It offers four types of binary options trading – range, call/put, touch and spread. In call/put options, traders make a prediction whether an instrument’s price would close below (put) or above (call) the open price, and in range options they guess whether the price would remain in a given price corridor (range) or leave it. In both cases, if the investor’s prediction is correct, the profit could reach up to 100%.

Since the launch, the broker is continuously updating and expanding the offer. Most recently it added the binary options bonus bank feature, which lets the binary options traders receive additional bonuses.  Besides forex pairs, the broker has included options on shares, oil and indices and introduced 30-second binaries. More recently it added the binaries to its cashback program and introduced 5-minute  range and call/put binary options on select forex pairs. Later the broker introduced the doubling of the cost of the existing option, thus letting the clients to earn more.

Binary options accounts (alpari.binary) can be opened with Alpari in USD or EUR. There is no minimum deposit amount required for this type of account, while the payout rate could reach 100% of the investment. There is also a demo version of the BinaryTrader platform, which lets inexperienced traders learn and perfect their trading binary options skills, without risking any funds.

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