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This is 3rd incarnation of the worlds first Binary Options Trend Indicator which allows users to monitor the activity and 15 Currency Pairs with live real market data and customisable alerts allowing the trader to identify trades with ease, and without having to have multiple computer screens.
Following its initial launch on October 12th 2012 as a downloadable application only available to Windows Users, OptionBots global appeal and demand saw it become redeveloped as OptionBot 2.0 which was launched on June 30th 2014 and has since been considered to be the “go to” trend indicator for all serious binary options traders.
Option Bot 2.0 Was available as a web based application as well as being available in the Apple iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.
Now in 2016 OptionBot 3.0 has been redeveloped by leading software company TrendXpert and Fibi FX to bring you a seamless single interface trading system, which includes a $1000 Demo account so that you can learn how to trade on Live Markets without risking a penny.
Option Bot 3.0 Features the 60 Second Sniper trades at the bottom of the software. This is where the software algorithm is scanning for “resistance” and “support” trades, where an asset cannot break past a certain price thus creating an opportunity for a highly likely reverse trade.
What is Resistance?
Resistance is where a price cannot break past a ceiling.
What is Support?
Support is simply the reverse of Resistance.
How to Spot Resistance & Support
When you hit resistance, place a short term PUT trade, and when you encounter support place a short term CALL trade.
The 60 Second Sniper features on OptionBot 3.0 uses an advanced algorithm to help identify these trades, however always reference the charts prior to executing a trade.
OptionBot 3.0 – Trend Settings
OptionBot 3.0 allows users to set the PIP and Time Frame Parameters to alert traders to Opportunities for the following trends.
OptionBot 3.0 utilises Binary Options trading via 15 Currency Pairs. The Pairs that we utlise are as follows: