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  1. #11
    I wish to trade Nadex Bull Spreads but my country isn't listed. I am also EU citizen. IG Markets is the proprietor of Nadex. IG is UK company. UK is EU member (until Farage wins LOL). IG doesn't provide Bull Spreads. Why???????????
    In the whole damn world only Nadex offers intraday (they call it Bull) Spreads but they accept traders from less than 50 countries. Why there is not any players in this field? That is really conspiracy ...

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I wish to exchange Nadex Bull Spreads but my country is not listed. I am EU citizen. IG Markets is Nadex's proprietor. IG is UK company. UK is EU member (until Farage wins LOL). IG doesn't provide Bull Spreads. Why??????????? In the entire damn world just Nadex provides intraday (they call it Bull) Spreads but they take traders from less than 50 nations. Why there's no players in this field? That is really conspiracy to me....
    I might be wrong, but I believe in general, people probably find bull spreads a little difficult to comprehend. It is so much simpler just to press'Buy' or'Sell' on the broker platform. Since primarly forex brokers exist to make money from the retail trader, providing a simple to understand trading vehicle is probably the way to select from a company point of view.

  3. #13
    Inexplicably although I attempted to begin another thread for NADEX spreads the modertators transferred. Anyway, I don't have any idea why they moved it on there because nothing is being sold by anybody. Let us reboot this thread and make it a place where we could generate trading ideas. Here is the post I made at the thread I attempted to begin:

    NADEX offers what I believe is a great way to trade currencies: spreads. A spread within this circumstance is a trading instrument which specifies a price range for an underlying asset, by way of instance, GBP/USD. A specifiion might seem like this: GBP/USD 1.5030-1.5830 (3PM). The range starts at the floor value (1.5030) and ends in the ceiling value (1.5830). On NADEX, you would buy this contract if you feel that GBP/USD is going to rise above whatever its amount is if you buy prior to is 3PM Eastern time. If you were to enter a trade it would not expire until 3PM tomorrow.

    At expiry time, if you still have the contract you then get a payout based on the motion of the underlying asset (GBP/USD) from the time you bought the contract before expiry. If it went up, and you're the buyer of the contract you would make $1 per pip GBP/USD transferred greater above the level at. If GBP/USD went from the level at you would lose $1 per pip.

    Notice that you don't need to remain in the contract before expiry. Let's say you buy the contract if GBP/USD is at 1.5346. , the contract doesn't expire for another 20 hours in 3PM Eastern time. However, as time passes, GBP/USD steadily rises. Now, it is trading in 1.5386up 40 pips from when you got in. If you don't need to wait to book your profit, you may sell the contract closing the position. You'll have made $40 in profit.

    Today, you don't need to be a buyer all of the time. You may sell the contract, if you believe GBP/USD is going to fall. Let us say that you sell the contract if GBP/USD is at 1.5346. It doesn't expire until 3PM tomorrowhowever, as time passes, GBP/USD is falling and now it trades at 1.5306. If you'd like, you can buy the contract back, thus closing the position and walk away with $40.

    Should you continue till expiry, your payout will probably either be greater than what you invested to enter the position (a profit) or less than what you invested to enter the position (a net loss). Thus, let's say you bought at 1.5350 and in expiry time in 3PM Eastern tomorrowGBP/USD has dropped to 1.5320. Your payout will be $30 less than what you paid to establish the position. You could have a net loss of $30.

    There's not any getting stopped out when you trade these contracts on NADEX. Why? Because when you input the position, you put up the sum that you may lose. Thus, your maximum risk is already defined when you get into the position. What is your max risk? On a buy, it is the dollar value represented by the difference between the amount at which you buy the floor value of this contract and the asset. Moving back to the case contract above, GBP/USD 1.5030-1.5830 (3PM), if you buy it if GBP/USD is at 1.5330, then the difference between 1.5330 along with the floor of 1.5030 is 300 pips = $300. Thus you would put $300 up. That's your max risk because in GBP/USD drops to 1.5000, your payout will only be $0 in expiry meaning that the $300 you put up is forfeit (the exchange will hand it to the trader or market maker who sold you the contract).

    What about max reward? In our case, it could be the difference between the ceiling(1.5830) along with also the degree of GBP/USD at which you got in (1.5330) = 500 pips = $500. That is. Even if GBP/USD should rocket greater to 1.6000, you may only be compensated $500 at expiration. The payout structure is similar at the case where the contract is sold by you.

    Thus, now you understand what a spread is. As you can see, it is a trading instrument that has some advantages over the typical retail broker platform. It's some potential disadvantages. The contracts are time-boxed. In our case, the longest we could hold the position is till 3PM tomorrow. When 3PM comes, if we are still in the position, the exchange will gives us payout and the trade is finished. Introducing the element of time into our trading could complie our trade plans because not only do we need to be directly on the path, we must be right inside the allotted time.

    On the reverse side of the possible drawback of this time element, notice that we don't have the possible drawback of the other trading instrument called the binary choice. To put it differently, trading a disperse isn't an all-or-nothing proposition. If we buy a contract on GBP/USD in 1.5300 and in expiry time it has dropped to 1.5299, then we all lose is 1 pip = $1, maybe not our entire investment. When viewed from that perspective, the time variable is not a drawback after all.

    OK. That being said, how about we use this thread to generate some NADEX disperse trading thoughts. Let us lay out some ground rules.

    Post screenshots of your NADEX positions in your live, real money NADEX account since you go into the position.
    Do not put up screenshots of rankings after the fact or well after you put in the position. They are not really thoughts that are tradeable. And nobody cares.
    Should you find a screenshot of a recently entered position, that may be a situation someone else would like to trade too. It's up to them to do the study.
    No screenshots of transactions in demo accounts. Again, nobody cares what you do with play money.
    No need to post charts with detailed explanations of the reason why you entered the trade. If you want to, go for it. But all we are trying to do is generate thoughts. Would need to go if it makes sense to them study it to know.

  4. #14
    My Opinion EUR/JPY: LONG. Expires 3PM Sept 17th.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    My view on EUR/JPY: LONG. Expires 3PM Sept 17th. image
    Along with the result: 83 pips

  6. #16
    My view: EUR/JPY Long / Expires 3PM Eastern September 18.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    My view: EUR/JPY Long / Expires 3PM Eastern September 18. image
    And the outcome: -108 pips

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    My view EUR/JPY: LONG. Expires 3PM Sept 17th. picture
    why in this still showing $-4 in profit/loss, though its in profit. . .kindly explain...

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote why in this showing $-4 in profit/loss, though its in profit. . .kindly describe...
    With Nadex spreads, the indiive isn't a true 1:1 relationship to the option profit/loss. Plus, with all the spreads, price needs to move enough to cover the premium. Sort of like having to pay the bid/ask distribute in a place trade.

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