Here Keith Jones from 60 Second Profits is instructing how to use a 5 Step “rythm” type strategy for trading 60 Second Binary Options. He does a really good job showing the process all the way through, including the losses with the wins. However, he doesn’t stress a VERY important part of successfully doing this method. You must continually flip over and check either the “Traders Choice” rating on the regular part of the platform, or better yet, check your own charts that you have set up with indicators to make sure the trend is still heading the way you’re trading. You can set up really terrific charts at www.FreeStockCharts.com
You can watch the full version of this method, including written instructions over at Keith’s own website, 60 Second Profits. There he has more videos, I believe an ebook, and also some software that he developed just for this method of trading. However, he does recommend using Trade Rush, which back when he developed this system over a year ago, they were the only option for doing this (pun intended).
Nowadays every binary brokerage house offers 60 Second Options and Trade Rush’s platform is buggy as hell. We recommend picking a different brokerage for 60 Second Options. Many, many brokerages use the same SpotOption script with the “Traders Choice” information, so you have plenty to choose from. Or, if you choose a trading platform like 24Option that doesn’t have the “Traders Choice” widget (but does offer a never-ending demo account for testing ), you can always check your own charts.
You can choose a variety of assets, not just pairs like the EUR/JPY. Personally I prefer stocks like Apple when doing 60 Second Options because they have higher trading volume which means their movements are more predictable than currency pairs.
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