Plate-forme FAQS

What are the rates displayed in the trading boxes?

The rate shown is the quoted price for an option of an underlying asset. The rate changes and is updated according to different parameters that the market makers proprietary algorithms take into account. The rates we present in the trading boxes are those at which the market makers are willing to sell options, and can differ from the real time market levels.

What time is shown on Delta Capital markets?

All times shown on the Delta capital markets are displayed in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).

Binary options expiration time…

The binary option’s expiration time is the time at which the system determines whether a prediction was correct or not. At this stage the two asset prices (the ‘bid’ price, i.e. the price at the time of a prediction and the expiry price) of the selected stock, commodity or index are compared. The trader then either earns or loses money, depending on whether his prediction regarding the price change was correct.
Binary options expiration times are much shorter than those of other trading instruments. The outcome of your prediction is known within a short period of time, from 30 minutes to several hours.

What is a Social trading?

Social trading is DCM’s exciting new feature that allow traders to share and copy other traders limit orders and trades. Trades and limit orders executed by traders that Enabled Social Trading are published on the new social trading wall and all other traders can view and copy them.

What is a Buy More Time?

The Buy more Time feature allows traders to extend the expiration time of an open position by additional 10, 20 or 30 minutes without the need to roll it over to the next expiration period. From 10 minutes before the expiration time until 1 minute before expiration time, traders can decide to extend the open position’s expiration time. The trader can extend the expiration by 10, 20 or 30 minutes at a cost of 15.5% from the investment amount for each additional 10 minutes. An open position’s expiration time can be extended up to 3 times. The cost is deducted from the trader’s balance hence the original trade remains the same.

What is a limit order?

A limit order, also known as ‘pending order’, is an excellent way for a trader to ‘order’ a trade when the asset’s price reaches the desired level. The trader selects the asset and direction but limit the trade to be executed only if the price reaches the level indicated or the order. It’s that simple. If a trader wishes to enter a position but for whatever reason don’t ‘like’ the current market level, simply set the desired level and wait for the system to automatically execute it when the price reaches the desired price.

How to trade?

Trading at Delta Capital Markets is very easy and involves only three steps, we call SIT: Select, Invest, Trade!

1. Select an asset and choose the desired expiration time. There are various assets you can trade with, including stocks, commodities, indices, foreign exchange rates and more. Usually there are several binary options for each asset with different expiration time. Now, if you expect the asset price at expiration time to be above its current level, choose /\ (Call Option).
Otherwise, if you expect the asset price at expiration time to be below its current level, choose \/ (Put Option).

2. Invest – Enter the amount of money you wish to invest in the selected asset. It is advisable to spread your portfolio among several assets and even asset types.

3. Trade – Click ‘Apply’ to submit your prediction. When the expiration time comes, you will be entitled to pay out if your prediction was correct.

What is an Underlying Asset?

Assets can bear any of the tradable products of a financial market. The most common assets traded in financial markets are commodities (e.g. gold, oil), currency pairs (e.g. euro-dollar), stocks (e.g. Apple, Coca Cola, J.P. Morgan) and stock indices (e.g. NASDAQ, Dow Jones, DAX). Investors buy binary options on individual assets and on a fixed expiry time, in order to try to benefit from the price changes which are occurring within the underlying asset.

What makes Binary Options trading less risky than Forex?

When you invest in the Forex market, all your money in the trading investment account may be lost. With binary options, your loss will be limited to a specific trade that you decide to invest in. Also with binary option trading, there is also a possibility of higher returns. Unlike the Forex market, you do not need to rely upon tools to hedge your investment. ‘Stop loss’ conditions and additional leverages are kept at bay. The primary reason for this is that you cannot lose more money than what you initially invest – so no protection is required.

Where can I see my deposits and withdrawals?

Simply login to your account and click My Account. All your monetary transactions are listed under the Banking History menu.

Where can I see my open positions and trading history?

Simply login to your account and see the open positions in the table on the right top corner. Further details can be found in the My Account section under the Positions menu.