Expiry times and option types
Each binary option broker will have a different set of expiry times. Granted you will find the main short term and long terms expiries commonly at all brokers but some my not cater for 60 seconds or multiple months.
Not only that but depending on which types of assets you want to trade on whether commodities, stocks, indices or currencies the length of time you have for each option may also differ.
- Common expiry times include: 15min, 30min, 1hr, 24hr and weekly
- Less common include: 30 seconds, 60 seconds and 2 months+
Then there’s other forms of binary options betting like Pair Options, which comes in two forms with fixed options allowing you to set your expiry and floating pair options giving you a fixed start and end time of one day, week or month.
Learn more about Pair Options and how they work here »
Another form is Kiko Options which actually don’t have any expiry time as such. Instead they work on a high and low boundary and keep going until one of those boundaries are hit which could take 10 minutes could take days.
Learn more about Kiko Options here »
We recommend that you check carefully with which ever of the top binary options brokers you sign up to. Find out what their expiry times are and give their platform a test before you deposit any real money.
So depending on how patient you are, there is an option and binary options expiry time to suit your neeeds. Plus you can now check your bets on your mobile for when time is of the essence on shorter trades.