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BINARY OPTIONS INSIGHTS FOR NOVEMBER 27TH 2015

GBP/USD 1.25030 20:50 23.01
ALIBABA 98.255 20:45 23.01
GBP/USD 1.25057 20:40 23.01
BitCoin/CNY 6351.435 20:30 23.01
WELLS FARGO 54.405 20:30 23.01
TOYOTA (US) 118.250 20:30 23.01
COLGATE-PALMOLIVE 67.585 20:30 23.01
FERRARI 61.165 20:30 23.01
TSX 60 916.940 20:30 23.01
ALIBABA 98.210 20:30 23.01
BOEING 157.820 20:30 23.01
AUD/USD 0.75746 20:30 23.01
AUD/JPY 85.603 20:30 23.01
GBP/USD 1.25058 20:30 23.01
GENERAL ELECTRIC 29.645 20:30 23.01
S&P 500 2264.620 20:30 23.01
JP MORGAN CHASE 83.745 20:30 23.01
SILVER 17.171 20:30 23.01
AIG 65.535 20:30 23.01
USD/CAD 1.32506 20:30 23.01
GOLD 1215.815 20:30 23.01
DOW 19792.84 20:30 23.01
AUD/CAD 1.00366 20:30 23.01
DOLLAR INDEX-MAR17 100.135 20:30 23.01
3M 178.245 20:30 23.01
GOLD VS SILVER 70.8022 20:30 23.01
CITIGROUP 55.895 20:30 23.01
CITIGROUP VS AIG 0.85303 20:30 23.01
McDONALD'S 121.320 20:30 23.01
LAS VEGAS SANDS 55.485 20:30 23.01
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By: Adam Stone
November 27th, 2015 14:03am GMT, London UK

Market Recap & Outlook:

Loan growth out of the Eurozone rose by 1.2% in October year-over-year and M3 money supply was reported as an increase of 5.3%. This came in above economists’ expectations for an increase of 1.2% and 4.9%. Loan growth matched the 1.2% increase reported in September, but M3 money supply posted an increase of 0.4% over the 4.9% rise printed in the preceding report. A binary trading profit is realized when the option expires in the money.

Japan reported its national consumer price index (NCPI) for October which posted an increase of 0.3% year-over-year following the previous month’s level of 0.0%. The NCPI excluding food and energy, the core NCPI, rose by 0.7% after clocking in at 0.9% in September. Economists anticipated an increase of 0.3% for the NCPI and 0.8% for the core NCPI. The NCPI excluding fresh food was reported as a contraction of 0.1%, in-line with consensus estimates as well as September’s decrease of 0.1%.
The Eurozone will release its final revision to consumer confidence which is expected to remain unrevised at a reading of -6.0. The Eurozone business climate indicator is called up by 0.1 point to 0.45 from the previous report’s 0.44 and so is Eurozone services confidence from 11.9 to 12.0. Eurozone industrial confidence and Eurozone economic confidence are both favored to match the previously released levels of -2.0 and 105.9 respectively.

Today’s Binary Option Trading Recommendations Overview:
• EUR/JPY – Binary Call Option
• USD/JPY – Binary Call Option
• GBP/USD – Binary Call Option
• Platinum – Binary Put Option
• CAC 40 – Binary Put Option

Currency Pairs on today’s Radar Screen:
EUR/JPY – The EUR/JPY is testing the strength of its horizontal support level from where further downside potential remains limited. The descending 50 Day Moving Average (DMA) continues to trade below the descending 200 DMA. The Accelerator Oscillator (AC) supports a price action reversal and the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is trading in oversold conditions following the sideways trend after briefly dipping into extreme oversold conditions.

Today’s Binary Options Trading Strategy: Call Option
Price action is currently trading inside of its horizontal support level and just below its 50 DMA. The EUR/JPY is anticipated to drift into its 200 DMA from where a breakout is likely to emerge. Binary option traders are advised to seek binary call options in the EUR/JPY currency pair on dips below 130.100 on the H1 Hourly Chart. The upside potential for this binary call option is 220 pips to 132.300 while the downside potential is 110 pips to 129.000. This results in a risk/reward ratio of 2.00.

EURJPY

USD/JPY – The USD/JPY is stabilizing after it reached its horizontal support level from where a counter-trend advance is anticipated. The 50 DMA is drifting to the upside and is approaching the 200 DMA which is trending lower. The AC has recovered from its lows and positive pressure is on the rise which favors an advance in this currency pair. The RSI is trading in oversold territory after dropping lower neutral conditions.

Today’s Binary Options Trading Strategy: Call Option
Price action is now trading just above of its horizontal support level. The USD/JPY is expected to extend its breakout into its horizontal resistance level. Binary option traders are advised to seek binary call options in the USD/JPY currency pair on dips below 122.600 on the H1 Hourly Chart. The upside potential for this binary call option is 115 pips to 123.750 while the downside potential is 35 pips to 122.250. This results in a risk/reward ratio of 3.29.

USDJPY

GBP/USD – The GBP/USD entered a sideways trend inside of its horizontal support level which has prevented a breakdown from materializing. The 50 DMA is trending sideways with a positive bias and continues to trade below the descending 200 DMA. The AC points towards the rise in upside pressure while the RSI is trading in extreme oversold conditions as a result of the move lower from neutral territory; a reversal is favored to emerge.

Today’s Binary Options Trading Strategy: Call Option
Price action is currently trading inside of its horizontal support level. The GBP/USD is anticipated to enter a counter trend move to the upside. Binary option traders are advised to seek binary call options in the GBP/USD currency pair on dips below 1.5080 on the H1 Hourly Chart. The upside potential for this binary call option is 255 pips to 1.5335 while the downside potential is 80 pips to 1.5000. This results in a risk/reward ratio of 3.19.

GBPUSD

Today’s Commodity Trade
Platinum – Platinum reversed its price spike after reaching its descending resistance level. The 50 DMA is advancing and narrowing the gap to the 200 DMA which is descending. The AC indicates the loss in positive momentum in this precious metal as the RSI is trading in neutral territory after descending from overbought conditions. Online trades in binary options account carry no transaction costs which increases each profit per trade.

Today’s Binary Options Trading Strategy: Put Option
Price action is now trading below of its descending resistance level, but above its 50 DMA. Platinum is expected to drop down into its horizontal support level. Binary option traders are advised to seek binary put options in Platinum on rallies above 845.0 on the H1 Hourly Chart. The downside potential for this binary put option is 1,350 pips to 831.5 while the upside potential is 400 pips to 849.0. This results in a risk/reward ratio of 3.38.

Platinum

Today’s Equity Index Recommendation
CAC 40 – The CAC 40 is losing upside pressure after advancing into its descending resistance level which emerged from its intra-day high of 5,000.0 reached on November 6th 2015. The ascending 50 DMA is closing in on the descending 200 DMA, pending a crossover. The AC favors a contraction in this equity index due to the rise in downside pressure. The RSI is trading in neutral conditions following the move lower from extreme overbought territory.

Today’s Binary Options Trading Strategy: Put Option
Price action is currently trading below of its descending resistance level with an increase in negative momentum. The CAC 40 is anticipated to enter a corrective phase from current levels. Binary option traders are advised to seek binary put options in the CAC 40 equity index on rallies above 4,910.0 on the H1 Hourly Chart. The downside potential for this binary put option is 19,500 pips to 4,715.0 while the upside potential is 9,000 pips to 5,000.0. This results in a risk/reward ratio of 2.17.

CAC 40

Key Fundamental Data:
Japan – October household spending dropped 2.4% year-over-year following the previous month’s contraction of 0.4% and well below expectations for a reading of 0.0%.
Japan – The job-to-applicant ratio remained unchanged at 1.24 in October, but the unemployment rate dropped to 3.1% from September’s 3.4%.
Japan – Bond holders added ¥410.9 billion worth of foreign bonds in the week ending November 20th 2015 as equity traders purchased ¥342.5 billion worth of foreign stocks. This marked a slowdown over upward revised purchase of ¥893.3 billion worth of foreign bonds and the upward revised addition of ¥14.6 billion worth of foreign stocks reported in the week ending November 13th 2015.
United Kingdom – The November GfK Consumer Confidence Survey clocked in at a level of 1, half of the previous month’s reading of 2 while expectations called for no change.
Eurozone – Germany reported a contraction of 0.3% in October import price month-over-month and 4.1% year-over-year following September’s drop of 0.7% and 4.0% respectively. Consensus estimates called for a decrease of 0.2% and 3.9%.
Eurozone – The Austrian third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) showed a growth rate of 0.3% quarter-over-quarter and 1.0% year-over-year in its final revision after being initially reported as an increase of 0.3% and 0.7% respectively. The GDP revision matched expectations.
Eurozone – The Spanish consume price index (CPI) for November showed an increase of 0.3% month-over-month and a contraction of 0.3% year-over-year. Economists anticipated an increase of 0.2% and a contraction of 0.5% following October’s rise of 0.6% month-over-month and contraction of 0.7% year-over-year.
Eurozone – Italian business confidence for November decreased to 104.6 from October’s reading of 105.9. Consumer confidence rose to 118.4 from the previous month’s reading of 116.9.
United Kingdom – The second revision to the third-quarter GDP is expected to show no change from the previously reported expansion of 0.5% quarter-over-quarter and 2.3% year-over-year. A downward revision in private consumption to 0.7% and in government spending to 0.1% is favored after being previously reported as an increase of 0.8% and 0.4% respectively.
United Kingdom – Economists anticipate the September index of services to rise by 0.3% month-over-month and by 0.8% for the three-month-over-three month period ending September following the previous month’s reading of 0.0% and rise of 0.9%.
Eurozone – The final revision to the Greek third-quarter GDP is expected to show a downward revision to a contraction of 0.5% quarter-over-quarter and 0.1% year-over-year after being initially reported as an increase of 0.4% and 1.3%.

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