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Binary Options Pro Signals Support

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The signals are generated on the signal platform using proprietary algorithms developed by professional traders.  There is human oversight regarding the methodology and settings of the algorithms which are updated as needed based on market conditions.

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There is a Performance Graph on the website that shows performance for the most recent 6 months.  It shows all signals in both sessions and provides weekly results. 

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You should use the exact Expiry time listed on the signal alert for your trade.

Expiry times are always 45 to 60 minutes from the time you receive the signal.

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All times are listed in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).  The signal has a ‘Signal Time’ on it and you should enter the trade as soon as possible within the ‘5 minute window’ based on 5 minutes from the time on that ‘Signal Time’. 

If you cannot enter the trade within that ‘5 minute window’ then you should skip that trade and wait for the next signal.

Most broker platforms use GMT and that is the only relevant time for using the Expiry time, which is always 45 to 60 minutes from the Signal Time on the signal alert.

You should use the exact Expiry time listed on the signal alert for your trade.

If you want to convert GMT to your local time, you can do that through the link below.  All signals are in 24 hour GMT.

http://greenwichmeantime.com

Customer Support August 21, 2014 Pro Signals Support

All times are listed in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time).  The signal has a ‘Signal Time’ on it and you should enter the trade as soon as possible within the ‘5 minute window’ based on 5 minutes from the time on that ‘Signal Time’. 

If you cannot enter the trade within that ‘5 minute window’ then you should skip that trade and wait for the next signal.

Most broker platforms use GMT and that is the only relevant time for using the Expiry time, which is always 45 to 60 minutes from the Signal Time on the signal alert.

You should use the exact Expiry time listed on the signal alert for your trade.

If you want to convert GMT to your local time, you can do that through the link below.

http://greenwichmeantime.com