In binary options trading each asset has its own expiry rate, which could be calculated. The expiration rate of different types of assets are calculated differently. Off course, there are some tools, which could save you the calculations and as a result, might be very useful. You can check out the Expiry Rate Tool on our page, just enter the information required and you will find out everything you need.
If you prefer to do the calculations yourself, here is how to do it.
Calculating the expiry rate:
- Bid – The last known price prior to the options expiration time, for selling an asset quoted by Reuters.
- Ask – The last known price prior to the options expiration time, for buying an asset quoted by Reuters.
- Last Quoted Price – The last known price prior to the options expiration time that was actually paid for the asset. (This price may be the same or different than the bid or ask prices).
Stocks : (Bid + Ask)/2
Currencies : (Bid + Ask)/2
Commodities : (Bid + Ask)/2
Indices: except S&P 500, S&P FUTURE, NIKKEI FUTURE, NASDAQ FUTURE : Last Quote.
S&P 500, S&P FUTURE, NIKKEI FUTURE, NASDAQ FUTURE : (Bid + Ask)/2
The information in the above analysis is collected from different sources and should serve for informative purposes only. The author shall not be held responsible for the validity of the presented information. No part of this analysis recommends the purchase or sale of a currency pair or any other financial instrument.