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    Unchanged Target Price / Expiry Rate - ITM? OTM? !!!


    what happens if my target price (expiry rate) is unchanged to the entry rate. Example: Binary Options, 5min expiry, Put, entry: 127 USD, expiry 127 USD.

    ITM? OTM? Money back (Put 5$, Get 5$)? Thanks!

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    Legendry Member Okane's Avatar
    Depends on your broker. Some pay you back your investment, others count it as a loss. Check with your broker.
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    Legendry Member milos's Avatar
    Some brokers return the money. It is so called ATM at the money. If you are lost it is OTM out of the money. If you win it is ITM in the money.

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    Specialist Member DaVychi's Avatar
    It depends from your broker...

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    yeah it depends, at NADEX the contracts are all > or < than the strike so an ATM close equals a loss.

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    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by DaVychi View Post
    It depends from your broker...
    Yes, it depends on the broker. Every broker has their own in house rules
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