Glossary

Refers to the price at which investors can purchase a particular asset within the financial markets. The ask price is one of the components used to determine the expiry time of these assets.
CherryTrade allows investors to trade across multiple assets. For more information regarding each asset and the expiration regulations, please visit the ‘Asset Index’ page.
This is a financial term referring to the current price of an underlying asset in which that asset’s price has remained the same from the time the option was purchased by the investor.
Financial markets set bid prices for all assets. The bid price is the exact price that investors can sell their assets across the financial markets. Bid prices are part of the components used to determine the expiry level of an asset.
The Call Option gives traders the chance to earn once the asset jumps above the starting rate of that particular Call transaction. Should the expiry rate match the opening rate, investors will be refunded the original amount invested.
This is the entry level the investor made on his or her trading asset.
The Expiry Rate refers to the price (level) of the underlying asset at the option’s time of expiry. The price at that time determines whether the option is ‘in-the-money’, ‘out-the-money’ or ‘at-the-money’ level.
This is the exact time and date set for when the binary/digital option will expire, and reach the end of its previously calculated life-cycle.
A financial and market term meaning an option is profitable. i.e. If you made a Call Option, and the expiration rate of the underlying asset was higher than its purchase price, then the investor would be ‘In-the-Money’
An index represents a wide-range of certain stocks. For further information about the different indices traded at CherryTrade, check out our ‘Asset Index’.
CherryTrade allows its clients to either buy or sell an asset with no particular market spread. The starting rate for a Call Option equals the starting rate of the Put Option.
This is the average of the ask and the bid. The Mid Market prices shows the actual price of the market without spreads between the ask and the bid.
One-touch Options gives traders a predetermined fixed payout once the underlying asset’s price either reaches or surpasses a set pre-calculated level. Eligibility for the payout becomes active once the option reaches or supersedes the predetermined price at least once throughout the option’s life-cycle. Initial investments will be lost if the predicted price is neither reached nor surpassed.
A financial and market term meaning an option is unprofitable. i.e. If you made a Put Option, and the expiration rate of the underlying asset was higher than its purchase price, then the investor would be ‘Out-of-the-Money’
The Put Option gives traders the chance to earn once the asset dips below the starting rate of that particular Put transaction. Should the expiry rate match the opening rate, investors will be refunded with the original amount invested.
Reuters is one of the global leaders in providing financial data. CherryTrade uses Reuters' expiry rates.
Investors purchase stocks so that they can hold percentage in a company. The amount of stocks purchased determines how much of a percentage an investor holds in a company. Should a company go bankrupt, stockholders (shareholders) are the last ones to receive a share of the company’s remaining assets.
Each asset on the market holds its own trading hours, days and holidays. For an asset’s trading hours, visit the ‘Asset Index’ on CherryTrade. Occasionally, you will see an asset that is supposed to be traded; yet it is not listed. If this is the case, just click ‘Refresh’.

How to Trade

1Select the asset you want to trade on.
2Click on “CALL” if you believe the price will rise above the current rate at the time of expiry, or click “PUT” if you believe the price will fall below the current rate at the time of expiry.
3Enter the amount you would like to invest and click "Apply".
4 Receive up to a maximum 81% profit, for trades that expire "in-the-money"
1Choose the option that you believe will rise or fall in a given amount of time..
2Select the amount that you would like to invest.
3Click on "Apply".





1Select the asset that you would like to trade.
2Select the amount you would like to invest.
3Click on “CALL” if you believe the price will increase above the current rate, or “PUT” if you believe the price will fall below the current rate at the given time.
4Click on "START".