Big List of Binary Signal Services and Auto Trading Software
Here you can find a comprehensive list of all the signal services and trading bots out there for binary options trading. Be cautioned, this list includes the good with the bad (for now). Over time we will be checking out these services in-depth and making recommendations for the best ones. In the meantime, if you know of a service we have missed, drop us a line and we will be sure to add it. Please share your experiences with these signal services and trading bots in the comments!
Paid Binary Signals & Services
Binary Option Robot – The award winning binary option robot is available with no charge as long as you open up an account with one of the brokers. You can read my review to learn more or just click through and visit the website to get started.
Auto Binary Signals: This service is for fully automated trading, as the name implies, and looks like a mixed bag. On one hand, they do post regular screenshots of performance. On the other hand, the page is filled with emotionally charged sales copy, so approach with caution (if at all). Also dubious is the fact that the price is nowhere listed on the sales page.
NightOwl Binary Options Signals & Live Trading Room – Join this crew in their live trading room. Designed for night-owls.
AutoEABinary: This service requires you to give up your email address to even view the sales page, which promises “you can tap into a unlimited stream of binary wealth!” Hyperbole and poor grammar aside, the service starts out as a free 60-day trial “worth $297.” Presumably after the two months elapse, you start paying $297. This one looks like a scam; we recommend staying away.
AutoTradingBinary: This service is affiliated with Citrades. I have read that you need to deposit at least $5,000 with Citrades to open an account. The monthly premium isn’t listed on the site. Past performance is, however, and it is completely up-to-date.
Binary Auto Trader: This is a fully automated service for $179, taking the form of a Google Chrome extension.
Binary Brainwave. This service is available for a one-time fee of $98. Some vague information is available on past performance (win percentage per year). There is not a lot of info on their site.
Binary Matrix Pro: This is a system which is free-to-try. Basically, you get $300 worth of free signals which you can use to evaluate the service without using a credit card. After that, you can purchase more signals if you want them at the rate of one-cent per signal.
Binary Options Advantage: Follow pro trader Paul Hubert. Use trade copying and mentoring for upcoming binary option traders. $7 for a your 1st week and then $97 premium membership monthly until you cancel.
Binary Options Autotrader: Signals/auto-trading is available starting from $100/month. The more you pay, the more money you are allowed to invest on the actual trades. If you sign up with a partner broker, you get 6 months free. GOptions, StockPair and 24option are all on their partner list, and they post their performance reports monthly. We have also actually seen good reviews for them that are fairly specific, so this is one to take a closer look at.
Binary Options Elite Signals: Provides simple signals based on proven trading strategies. This is a higher tier service than many of the providers and the service begins at $100 / month for subscribers. It also costs additional $50 for SignalPush API credits.
Binary Options Power Signals: This service comes with a 7-day trial at a reduced price of $4.95. After that, you can pay $77 per month for the service. They actually post their daily results, which is great. The only problem is, they have not updated their performance logs in two months. You may want to wait until they are updating their performance daily again.
Binary Options Profit Method: This service works directly with one of our greenlisted brokers, OneTwoTrade and fits directly with their system. If you take a look at their website it says that it uses a set of algorithms to help you time the market. If you are trading at OneTwoTrade already then you should at least give it a look.
Binary Trading Robot: This service costs a one-time fee of $47, and is backed by a 60-day money back guarantee. The excessive language of the sales page makes us wonder why anyone would give away something apparently so valuable for such a low fee. This one is probably a scam.
Binary Turbo: This service costs $97 per month, but you can get the first month for $7. There is nothing in the way of past performance except a couple of old screenshots. The sales page is packed full of hyperbole, and may actually be worth a look just for the laugh—we would not recommend buying this service.
Binary Options Blueprint: This one costs $77 per month, and has almost no information available.
Binary Options Experts: The first month is $49, and all subsequent months are $199. The sales page for this service is very sales-y, so we recommend caution. There is also no information about past performance. It may not be a scam, but it sure looks like one.
Binary Options Forex Signals: Also known as “BOFS,” this service sends out around five to 10 signals per week via email and Skype. All signals are generated by real, live traders. The service is only $27 per month, which makes it one of the least expensive signal services in our list.
Binary Options Intelligence – Claims to be the most effective software and training available on the market today.
Binary Option Millionaires: This service costs $99. The language on the sales page seems a bit excessive.
Binary Option Platinum Signals: Stay away from this one right now; we got a privacy warning from Chrome when we tried to visit the site.
Binary Options Power Signals: Less than 10 signals per week. Lower volume, higher % in the win column is this signals goals. Try it for a week for $4.95. Only $77 / month after that.
BinaryOptionsVic: With this service, you get a 60 Second trade per day (maximum). This appears to be another Signal Push service. The system has a 75% success rate, and emphasizes quality over quantity. If no good trade is available, no trade is taken. The cost to subscribe is $99 per month.
BOAT: The Binary Options AutoTrader, or “BOAT,” is available for $29.95 per month, and includes unlimited trades. There is a free trial from four to 12 months if you sign up with a preferred broker. A lifetime license is available for just $199. Note that this is just an auto-trader program, but you can program it to trade according to various formulas, and you can also pair it up with a signal service of your choice, and it will conduct your trades for you.
BOPS: BOPS stands for Binary Options Pro Signals. The first 14 days cost $14, and the service is $97 each month thereafter. Alerts are sent out via email and SMS text messages. The system promises 72.5% accuracy, and is one of our recommended signal services.
BOSIGNAL: If you open an account with an affiliated broker, you can get the first 90 days of signals free. After that, the service costs $99.99 per month.
BOTS: BOTS is another of our recommended signal services, and stands for Binary Options Trading Signals. We like BOTS because they are transparent; each day, you can actually watch them executing their trades completely live. Multiple signals go out every day, and you can follow right along and make your own decisions. You will pay $97 every two weeks for this service.
Cambridge Signals: This subscription service costs $99 per month. They used to post performance reports with regularity, but appear to have given up on this (the most recent reports were from mid-2013). This may have been a good service at one point, but we would not recommend them until they update their site.
Cherry Coke: Offered by Signal Push, Cherry Coke delivers up to 3 signals per day, and is partnered with StockPair. You have to have an account on StockPair to have an account with Cherry Coke. Past performance is posted openly and plainly on the site. This is definitely one worth checking out, since we are already fans of StockPair!
Fast Signals. This company offers trade signals, trading systems, account management, and other services. They have a 3-day free trial, after which the service costs $199 per month.
ITM: Across the top of the page, it says “Binary Options Trading Signals,” but do not mix up ITM with BOTS. You can get your first month of ITM free, after which the service costs $997 (a one time payment).
OptionBOT: You have to provide your email address and phone number to even see the sales page for this service. Once you do, it is pretty uninformative, and includes embellished language like “frequently helps people generate $500 to $2,000 in a single hour!!” Amusingly enough, one of the testimonials includes a photo that looks like a 14-year-old boy. There is apparently a free trial, and the service itself costs $97 (per month, presumably, but it does not say). We recommend avoiding this service.
ProBinarySignals: This paid signal service costs $99.99 per month. It comes with a 7-day trial that costs $9.99. After the trial expires, unless you take the time to de-enroll, your card will automatically be charged for the next month. The system promises profits of up to 185% per day. There is next to no information on the website about how the signals are generated, and no information on past performance. This is a service that right now we would not recommend.
Profit Binary Signals: This appears to be a paid service ($199/month), but they offer a free trial. The language on their page does not seem unreasonable, though it would be nice if more information on past performance were available.
Profit in 60 Seconds: This service does not have a monthly fee. You can get a one-month trial, but when you buy it, you pay a one-time fee of $997. You do not need to provide your credit card information when you download the free trial. The company does post performance reports in a video format each week.
Ramachandra Reddy “Trade Terminal Signals”: This is a live “follow along” type service hosted on Skype. If you sign up for an account at Banc de Binary, you can get the first two months of signals free. After that, you pay $200 per month. This service is expensive, but it seems like it may be interesting; you can actually talk to the person who runs it anytime on Skype, which is nice and transparent.
QuantumBinarySignals: This is a paid service which costs $99.99 per month. You can give it a try before you subscribe to the full package; the trial lasts 7 days and costs $9.99. According to the sales page, you can make up to 500% each week, and you get 40-60 signals each week. This service looks dubious at best; if you click on “How it works?” you only find out how you use the signals, not how they were generated. “Performance” also leads to only vague information.
Signal Coyote: This is a paid service; the company is a partner with beeoptions, offering a free month of signals to subscribers who decide to sign up with the broker. Signal Coyote offers both manual signals and automatic trading. You can choose whether to receive signals via Auto-Trader, manual trading in the trading room, or text message/email. You can pay $50 per week or $150 per month. Other packages include $200 monthly for Auto-Trader and the $300 VIP package, which includes private lessons.
Signal Feeds: This service claims to provide profitability ranging from 75-90% (that is a pretty high win percentage at the upper end, so expect closer to the lower end). You can get a free trial membership if you sign up with a partner company. The paid service is only $95 per month, or you can buy weekly at $35. There are no auto renewals or additional fees.
SignalPush: These are the people who do Cherry Coke. They offer a free month if you sign up with one of their partner brokers. Payment plans are based on purchasing credits, which can be exchanged for signals. Fifty dollars buys you 200 credits, with several higher increments available (if you buy more, you get a discount). SignalPush is an interesting service, and worth checking out.
The Binary Options Advantage – Pro trader Paul Hubert provides these signals, trade copying and mentoring for binary traders.
The Binary Signals: Subscriptions cost $97 per month, and you can get the first month for $9.99. This company openly shares its signals history and profitability reports.
UP/DOWN: Also known as “UpDown Signals,” this service comes with several different pricing tiers. You can pay $25 for a week to check it out, or you can pay $66 a month for the main package. There is a more expensive $97 a month tier with additional benefits. This system currently records an in-the-money success rate of 67.8%.
Winner Binary Signals: This service costs $49 per month, and supposedly is accurate 96% of the time. Frankly, this is an astonishingly high win percentage, and we do not believe it. This is most likely a scam. A very good trader may be able to pull in 70-85% with reliability. Much higher than that and you should start feeling suspicious.
Winning Binary Signals: This service costs $7 for your first week, and $97 per month after that. There is not a lot of information on the sales page.
Free Binary Services
Banc de Binary: One of our recommended brokers, Banc de Binary offers a complimentary signal service to some of its higher tier account holders. Make a large enough deposit and you will get the signals as a freebie.
Binary Option Box: This is a free service for any trader that opens an account with one of the site’s partner companies, 24option, StockPair, Banc De Binary, or TraderXP. We’re not fans of TraderXP, but we do recommend the other three, so consider signing up for this service!
Binary Secret Code: This service was ostensibly created by a person who worked for SpotOption and other trading platforms. On his blog, the seller goes into details on how the signals are generated using technical analysis. There appears to be no cost for this service. A lot of the text on the page looks pretty legit, so it may be worth a look.
Signals365.com – 20-30 high quality trading signals that have an average 70%+ win-ragte and available for all time frame binary options.
Signal Index: If you are interested in trading with GOptions, you can sign up at Signal Index. Signal Index only works with GOptions, and offers a variety of different signal service you can subscribe to. This is a nice feature since you can pick and choose which alerts you want to use, and ignore those you are not interested in.
Signals Binary: This service provides free signals, and also has a deluxe signals package for $199. They do not appear to require that you register with their preferred brokers, but probably are still making plenty of money off their ad revenue. They may be worth a look.
SignalsPremium: Sign up for one of the partner brokers (including RedWood Option), and you can get free signals through this provider.
The Binary Informer: This is apparently a completely free service. All you have to do is sign up and you will start receiving alerts. They do post their performance history on their page.
The Real Binary Bot: Another free service if you sign up for an account with any of their partner brands; they claim to have over 40, so this is probably worth a look.
Trade Per Day: This unique service is free if you sign up with any of their partner brokers (including TradeRush). They send out one trade alert per day, and offer to refund you up to $100 if you lose a trade. Because they make money for customer referrals to partner brokers, they are able to afford this. They do post their performance history, which looks pretty realistic (even the occasional brief losing streak—but overall great performance). This service may be a good one.
Never miss a trading opportunity again! If you’re jumping into the world of binary options trading, you probably have already seen dozens of adds for signal services. These services send out alerts to you through email or directly to your mobile device to help you spot exciting trade opportunities. Some of them are manual; you get the alert through email, Skype, or a text message, and decide whether to act on it. Others are automated; they place the trades for you, and you kick back and reap the profits. You may not even have to turn on your computer.
If you have any experience with any of these signal services and auto-trading programs, please share with us in the comments below! Know about a signal service we don’t have listed here? Let us know and we’ll add it to the list. Thanks, and happy trading!