No Touch Trading Pattern for Binary Options

By | August 13, 2014

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

After receiving numerous emails these past few months about possible No Touch options trading patterns, I took it upon myself to construct and test out a no touch binary options trading pattern that delivered consistent results. For those of you who are not familiar with no touch options they basically are the exact opposite of one touch trading patterns. Basically, you are predicting that the price value of one asset will not reach a certain lower or higher price barrier, if the price passes any of those barriers you lose the trade, however, if not then you can see investment payouts up to 300-500%. Meaning that if you invest $100 you can see a return of $300-500 for one trade. Moving forward I will cover the basics of my no touch trading pattern.


The ‘No Touch options’ Trading Pattern Guidelines

Probably the most crucial part of this pattern is the set-up, you have to make sure everything is set-up correctly or you will more than likely lose the trade. You will need access to a charting solution, I prefer to use because it loads quickly and they have a large number of indicators and tools that you can use and take advantage of. When I was trying this trading pattern out I was only trading from the following four currency pairs: Eur/Usd, Usd/Chf, Usd/Cad and Nzd/Usd. These currency pairs have low volatility, meaning that they are less prone to change directions due to minor market fluctuations. So once you have selected a couple of the assets to watch you want to make sure that the time frame that you are watching those assets is set at 15 minutes. No Touch expiry times vary by broker so I like to watch a medium timed candle I guess you could say just to play it safe. Next I add an exponential moving average and have it set at a period of 20, once that is done then you are onto the next step.

The No Touch Trading Pattern Explained! 

Now that you have everything set up properly it really is just a waiting game until you find the right opportunity. In the picture below you can see an example of how I would trade this pattern. If our moving average line is crossing through any of our candles then I do not set-up and place a trade, I wait for it to weed itself out of the candle and then see where it is. If it is below the candle then I wait for a second confirmation candle, as seen below and if that candle does not touch or cross that moving average line then I will take that no touch trade saying it will not go below that selected barrier. And vice versa for if the moving average is above the candles, I wait for a second candle confirmation and then place an investment saying that the price value will not pass or touch that resistance barrier.


Where can You Trade No Touch Options? 

Trading binary options with the no touch style can be difficult to master but as long as you apply this pattern correctly then you should have no problem seeing huge investment returns. Lately, I have just been doing 2-3 of these trades per day and have seen some large payouts that are extremely rewarding. If you are interested to get started with the No Touch feature, keep in mind that most brokers don’t offer it.  Below is a link to my highly recmmended No Touch broker and one of the few brands to integrate Forex and Binary Options features in one platform with Stop-loss, Short-term, Long-term, wide range of expiry, One/No touch and a wide range of technical analysis tools offered on the platform.

Top ‘No Touch’ Binary Options Brokers!

As always guys if you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave them below, I love to hear your feedback and help you guys out!

13 thoughts on “No Touch Trading Pattern for Binary Options

  1. Benny B

    Hi Mike,
    Very Cool Strategy. Will You be offering any of these in your AutoTrader?

  2. obadiah

    Hi,thanks for your good work helping us.Most of the brokers don’t have no touch,maybe you can post a strategy of one touch?

  3. Dave Nuen

    Hi Michael,

    Is it OK if the Moving Average crossing the candle’s Wick ?



  4. Tim Lanoue

    Hey Adam,

    You typically cannot set an expiry time, you more than likely have to choose the time frame selected by the broker, this is most likely a time that will expiry at the end of the hour or the next hour an a half. So for example: If you want to make your investment and it is 6:02 PM the option will more than likely expire at 7:00 PM. However, if you want to make your investment and it is, lets say, 6:48 PM that option will more than likely expiry at 7:30 PM instead of 7:00 PM. Also, the barrier level is the exponential moving average that we have set up!

    Hope this helped you out! Thanks for the question!


  5. Adam

    Tim, what is your expiry time with 15 minute time frame and is your barrier level the moving average? Thanks!

  6. briantk41

    Hi Michael
    Thanks Michael, I am now studying how to trade on the No Touch method, 15 minute and see how it goes. Thanks for your information and time

  7. Chad

    I use this feature with YESoption, I noticed you recently reviewed the broker on your channel. Honestly.. everyone should know that TechFinancials is much better than the Spotoption features..I gave up on Spot …it’s not my cup of tea. They also don’t offer the No Touch feature.. which is why I am staying with YESoption, screw the rest of the brokers!

    1. Michael Freeman Post author

      I still need to find a suitable No Touch broker in additiona to YESoption but it’s a rare feature..On OptionTime you can still trade the One Touch feature.

  8. John E Ferrer

    Michael I should said post a youtube video for NO Touch Strategy.Thanks again

    1. Michael Freeman Post author

      It’s coming up very soon actually! 🙂 I am just a little back up but I will make sure to address this strategy and the feature in more details. Cheers! Mike

  9. Burnsey

    Tim excellent as usual.
    Is the resistance/support the 20 ema
    You advise the 15 minute timeframe to monitor.
    What duration does the NO touch operate over.?

    Can you also consider a strategy for tunnel trading,which I believe to be the ONE TOUCH trading.


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