Creating a Trading Plan for ISE FX options
Learn as much as possible about the basics of
Understand risk and reward and how that concept
relates to options and formulate that into your trading
Select a trading style that you are comfortable with
based on your goals and risk tolerances.
Learn more about the foreign exchange market to be
better positioned to make timely forecasts of the
In the spot forex market a “pip” is
the smallest unit of price that is
traded for a currency. Most currencies are traded to four decimal
points, so that a pip is
0.0001 or 1/100 of a cent.
Using ISE FX options the exchange rate value is multiplied by 100
to create the value the options trading underlying value. Therefore
one “pip” would equate to .01
The exception to the four dec
imal points is the Japanese yen
which is normally traded to two decimal points.
Using ISE FX Options, when trading US dollar/yen, the exchange
rate is multiplied by 1 to create the options trading underlying value.
Therefore one “pip” would also equate to .01..