Placing Your Trade
So lets work through the example above. Upon receipt you would need to log into your account and select the trade type - 'No Touch.'
-Then select the market that the trade is to be placed in. - in this case 'GBP/USD' (Forex currency pair) We often place FOREX trades due to their shorter time frames for expiry, but the market could also be a stock index, such as the DOW, DAX or FTSE.
-The next piece of information is the level to set. This is the important number as this is the level that we expect the market not to touch for the duration of this trade. So in this example we enter 1.997.
-The number of days is the time frame in which we expect the trade not to touch this level. Certain trades have a minimum timeframe that can be set. We tend to focus on NO TOUCH, ONE TOUCH and RANGE BETS and use a 7 day or less timeframe.
The last number is the return that we achieved when placing the trade. In this instance 15%... yes that is a return of 15% on your stake if the level is not breached in 7 days! It is possible that a delay in placing the signal may change the return you receive. This works both ways and sometimes you can get a much better return than we we achieved.
Once you have placed the bet with the bookmaker there is nothing left to do. The value of the trade will fluctuate in line with the market movements for the duration it is running. The next step is simply to log into your account when the trade has expired and claim your profits!