Expiry Rates

In binary options, the value of the asset at the expiration time (Expiry Rate) comparing to the value of the asset at the start of the trade (Strike Price) determines whether the trade was successful or not.

When trading binary options, please keep in mind the following:

Strike Price: The price derives from the market price received by our feed provider, which is calculated either by the Bid Price + Ask Price divided by two or by the Bid Price + Ask Price + Last Price divided by three. The Strike Price may vary depending on our exposure at the given time the Strike Price is provided and therefore, the Strike Price may be different than the market price.

Expiry Rate: The price reflects the market price received by our feed provider either by the Bid Price + Ask Price divided by two or by the Bid Price + Ask Price + Last Price divided by three. In case there is no available price for the specific second of expiry, the strike price will reflect the last available Market Price.

At the time of expiry, the Strike Rate is compared to the Expiry Rate to determine whether a trade is out-of-the-money or in-the-money.

TopOption receives its commission from the difference between the payout percentage paid to the client and the actual payout received by TopOption.

Below you will find a list of all the recent expiry rates from TopOption’s trading platform. You can search the list by date or asset.