Binary Option Trading Signals

There are several companies online that offer trading signals to binary option traders.  Most of these companies have professional traders working behind the scenes to identify trends and spot opportunities, and then share that information with their clients.  They’ll basically hand you the information you need to execute a successful binary option trade, so all you have to do is take that information and use it with your favorite binary options broker.

The signals provided by these companies are usually sent to you daily via email or SMS/Text message.  These signals will include information such as:

  • Name of Asset -  Such as Gold, Google, S&P 500, etc…
  • Entry Price – The market price that you should enter the trade at.
  • Market Direction -  Tell you whether to select CALL or PUT.
  • Expiry Time – The expiry time needed for the trade.

Best Trading Signal Services

There are nearly a dozen different subscription services that offer trading signals for binary options.  Most of these companies offer monthly subscriptions to their service, and some even offer trial periods so you can test out their service to see if it’s right for you.   After analyzing the most popular signal providers in the industry, here are the companies that have rated the highest in success rate and customer satisfaction.

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1Quantum Binary Signals$97 / Month75-85%Visit Web Site
2UpDown Signals$97 / Month70% +Visit Web Site
3Franco's Signals$97 / 2 Weeks75%Visit Web Site
5Binary Option Pro Signals$97 / Month72.5%Visit Web Site

How Do Trading Signals Work?

Each signal provider is different, but typically you will get a text message or email once per day or several times per day with the exact information you need to make a profitable binary option trade.  The information sent to you will look similar to this:

Call – Nasdaq – 2713 – 19:00GMT

This signal is telling you to purchase a CALL option for the asset Nasdaq when the market price is at 2713 or lower.  And 19:00GMT is the expiry time to set on the trade.  So you just take this information into your preferred binary option platform and execute a trade using the parameters given.

These signals are created by sophisticated computer algorithms or by a team of professional traders that are constantly analyzing various fundamental, technical, and economic influences that can impact the price of an asset.

Factors To Consider

  • You can test the quality and accuracy of the trading signals by taking advantage of the risk-free trials offered by some of the signal providers.  Usually the trial periods last 4-7 days and will cost you around $5.  This enables you to test out a service thoroughly, before committing to a monthly subscription.
  • Don’t expect a 100% success rate on the signals provided.  Although these services give you a much higher probability of winning a binary option trade, no one can guarantee you a 90-100% success rate.  A 70-80% success rate is much more realistic to achieve.
  • You must already have an account with a binary option broker before you can put these signals into use.

{ 31 comments… read them below or add one }

Sean December 9, 2013 at 8:23 pm

So if you had to recommend ONLY one service for signals it would be Quantum Signals or UpDown Signals?


David Wilson David Wilson December 10, 2013 at 5:07 pm

Hi Sean – I’d probably have to go with Quantum Signals –


Sean December 17, 2013 at 6:13 pm

Their trial price is a good deal to see if it’s worth it. I’m going to give it a shot and post my results as a comment soon. Thanks David.


Tony February 13, 2014 at 1:34 pm

Sean how did you make out with Quantum?


Sean March 18, 2014 at 3:27 pm

They use a martingale method which I was unfamiliar with and didnt follow every signal. They are partnered with signal push that does the trading automatically which I have not tried but their success rate is verified on there as well as other signal providers


Bret March 29, 2014 at 6:59 pm

Sean, I use Quantum Binary Signals. Overall nice results but my biggest concern is that if you look up the history on Signal Push, they have had just a few wild trading days. One must have an account with a lot of money to be able to cover the multiple losses in a row before it started winning again. If you take a calculator and plug in the numbers you would have used vs. your account balance, you may see that you’d have a blown account. This type of trading is extremely rare for Quantum but always is a possibility. In the end, you can make money but it can be quite a ride! They have a few testimonials (with massive returns) which are believable as long as they avoided those wild trading day losses. Their customer support is very nice and responsive which is a huge plus too.


michael February 12, 2014 at 5:49 am

could these signals in time teach you the fundamentals of stock trading thus making you more efficient in investing in stocks ???? by using the theory of you practice and keep learning as you do response ??????


David Wilson David Wilson February 12, 2014 at 6:29 pm

Yes, you can definitely learn the fundamentals of option trading, especially with this service: The reason why this service is the best for learning is because they allow you to look over the shoulder of an experienced trader, as he makes trades in real-time. They offer one trading session everyday, which you can watch from your computer or smart phone.


michael February 14, 2014 at 12:56 am

thank you David for answering i have many q and i know you have many answers but if i keep asking i could in the end of it remove others from asking questions as well many other unanswered but i ask if i use the signals am i stuck with only using signals or late in time i will learn stock user knowledge and be-able to foresee weather the signal is a pass or a fail as well as do you have any links that your could provide for learning the graphs economic rise and fall of stocks/indices currency and so on ??


Gerhard Van Deventer February 20, 2014 at 8:02 pm

Hi David

Is optionbot 2.0 a scam software ? I would value your opinion



David Wilson David Wilson February 21, 2014 at 6:17 pm

We will do a review on Optionbot 2.0 soon. Stay tuned!


Samuel February 23, 2014 at 5:53 pm

Hi there I’m thinking about subscribinging to quantum signals. Do your know if the price stays the same all the way through the subscription ? And how long do you have to subscribe for before you can cancel? Let’s say i wanted to cancel after a month would that be possible?

Thanks it would be very helpful if you could help me answer


David Wilson David Wilson February 23, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Yes, the price stays the same after the trial period, which is $97 per month. Yes, you can cancel at any time.


Samuel February 23, 2014 at 11:38 pm

Okay thanks. It seems that TopOption is the best broker from what I can gather. I just want a safe and secure broker where I am not going to be scammed and that doesn’t have any nasty hidden features. Also i want one that offers a no quibble money withdrawal service. Is that too much to ask? You seem like the best guy to ask about this and i really appreciate your help


robert February 25, 2014 at 11:51 pm

How many signals do you get a day


Merv February 25, 2014 at 1:44 pm

Samuel, I can confirm that TopOption is a really good broker, no hassles if you want to get your money. If you havent already signed up, please do and ask for Peter Anderson to be your account manager, (if indeed you want one!) – he’s a nice bloke and knows his stuff.


Samuel February 26, 2014 at 7:32 am

Cheers for the advice mate. What is the purpose of having an account manager? Is it at an extra cost?


FD March 3, 2014 at 5:41 pm

Hello Sirs, do you really think that is worthfull to buy ”Quantum Signals” and is not a scam !? btw I opened an account in Cedar Finance and I lost 500 Euro with them , they’re liars they promised me that they will provide me an educational program which they did one phone call and it was very basic information!! don’t for Cedar Finance they’re liars! they just want you to put money!


Gerhard Van Deventer March 10, 2014 at 6:49 pm

Hi David

Have you reviewed optionbot 2.0 yet?

Would love to have your comment



Lucjan March 12, 2014 at 3:52 pm


Has anybody tried optionbot 2 or profitin60seconds?




Peter March 18, 2014 at 5:33 pm

Yes i tried profitin60seconds and am convinced that their video clips are heavily edited as I was doing the same trades at the same times and didn’t get their results.
Also as soon as a company say’s that you must open a new broker account that they recommend, then you know they are looking for the affiliate money. So I believe they are the ones getting rich but not anyone else in my experience.


Rafal April 8, 2014 at 2:40 am

I have tried the profitin60seconds, at first I was up a few dollars but then started loosing money a trade after trade… decided to pull the plug on this, from my perspective, scam.


jonah March 15, 2014 at 3:27 am

Most of these also offer a money-back guarantee period, which is nice (it goes beyond the initial trial period I believe)


adee April 1, 2014 at 11:05 am

Hi David,
which on you prefer amongst all ?
if one have budget of $250 .

should go with Quantum Binary Signals (which have beeoption broker) for auto trade.

kindly do reply.


David Wilson David Wilson April 2, 2014 at 5:09 pm

I’d probably go with Quantum Binary Signals if I had to choose.


Juergen April 3, 2014 at 8:08 am

Dear David,
did you check out Ifollow Signals? Do you have an review?


Kari April 4, 2014 at 4:14 pm

that is it, what Quantum Binary Signals promised:

What a $500 investment make when you make 120% yield a month ?

After one month: $500 + 120% = $1,100

After two months: $1,100 + 120% = $2,420

After three months: $2,420 + 120% = $5,324

After four months: $5,324 + 120% = $11,712

After four months you can pull $5000 monthly income out of the account and trade with the rest.

Had anyone tried this offer?

Kind regards



BinaryBabe April 8, 2014 at 4:39 am

Hi Kari,
I’m glad you posted that financial outline above, it gave me pause for thought and made want to look at Quantum closer since I have been researching different signal services lately.

After reading in some of the above comments about them being on SignalPush I went & looked at their trading results/performance. It looks like what you outlined above might be completely do-able with proper money management. And it looks like you might be able to do it on auto-pilot auto-trading through the SignalPush interface…not sure. Never tried SignalPush, but it does seem to be software that may require using a VPS service which can be expensive and a PITA. However, from their records on there it does look like Quantum has put a more sensible leash on their trading the last 2 months, since overtrading the hell out of earlier months, and are now getting very nice results.

I do wish I understood what the “Martingale” column check marks meant, though, in the performance results page…. Anyone have any idea or explanation of them?

Thanks for a great site, Guru! Have a great trading week!


Gary April 4, 2014 at 9:06 pm

That offer sounds good Kari


Jurgen April 12, 2014 at 11:14 am

I am trying out the Quantum Signal auto trader at present. I started with 500 § and after about 3 month I am at 900 $. It seems to work but the speed of capital grows is much slower then what Quantum Signals predict. So with them you have to be patient.


Kobie April 12, 2014 at 10:55 pm

Hi BinaryBabe!

The Martingale system is a system of betting in which you double your bet after a loss with the hope of increasing your gains or offsetting your losses.

Here’s an example: You bet $5. You win, so you bet $5 again. Then you lose, so you bet $10. You lose again, so you bet $20. You lose again, so you bet $40. You lose again, so you bet $80. Then you win. Your net win on that series was $5, and since you won $5 before your losing streak, now you’re ahead a total of $10.

Obviously, you have to be well-capitalized and experienced to use the Martingale system.



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