When trading binary options your only job is to predict the movement in prices of underlying assets. The key to being a successful trader is making correct predictions. However, I'm not a psychic and I'm pretty sure you're not either. If we're given two options and we just choose from thin air, we'll most likely be right 50% of the time, and wrong 50% of the time. Since trading binary options requires your predictions to be correct at least 55% of the time to break even (based on the average trade terms), taking a 50/50 chance will most likely lead to losses. That's why we've got market indicators. So today we'll talk about what market indicators are and which ones you should follow closely.