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NADEX BullCall bid x ask question....

Good afternoon,

I have been watching the bid x ask on various Markets today on my NADEX pro demo platform, and a question came to mind, on what the " meaning " is of the following bid x ask .....

The US500 ( ES ) 2050 - 2090 shows a Bid of 1 and an Ask of 0 ,
so does this mean that if I was to sell short just 1 contract, that I would probably get filled on that order, since there is a 1 on the Bid side
BUT...
if I was to go long and try and buy at the ask, then my order would not get filled, and would be sitting as a working order, until at least a 1 comes in on the ask side ?

And lastly,
the US500 ( ES ) 2090 - 2130 , shows a bid of 50 and an ask of 50 ?

What exactly do these 50 numbers mean ( I see them a lot on the BullCalls )
Does the 50 mean, that there are 50 on the bid and 50 on the ask ?


Thanks for anyones help and input,
really appreciate it

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I have a hard time getting a fill if the bid or ask volume is less than 20. I think Nadex has a couple of market makers and they are getting better at "repopulating" but there is still a gap sometimes. I know a guy who won't trade above 20 contracts at a time because he doesn't like partial fills. A lack of volume is one of the major issues with Nadex.

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For the previous question on risk, I usually set limit orders and let the market fill me. I don't just jump in at whatever the bid/ask is. And for getting out, I usually bail if I get towards the floor or ceiling and there is still a lot of time left. Not worth the risk for a few bucks. I also set "virtual" stop orders at the strike price. Nadex doesn't do stops but there are ways around it.

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I have a hard time getting a fill if the bid or ask volume is less than 20. I think Nadex has a couple of market makers and they are getting better at "repopulating" but there is still a gap sometimes. I know a guy who won't trade above 20 contracts at a time because he doesn't like partial fills. A lack of volume is one of the major issues with Nadex.

This has been my biggest issue. It is hard to take Nadex seriously when I cannot get filled on 1-5 lot orders...

I see some interesting ways to hedge against futures or to take volatility plays, but can't get filled or get it to work.

This is my second attempt with Nadex and my last.

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Been trading Nadex off an on for the past Two years and in the past week been a little more active with it.


Please note trading Nadex is basically gambling hardcore. Don't do what I did and subcribe to signal services or used indicators... All failed.


For me all I do is trade news event with it and buying binaries for like 10-17 bucks. But I must say its been really tough as of late to buy contracts or sell once you made a profit almost making you have to wait tell it close.




I would advice not to trade Nadex and trade options. If you do Trade nadex please demo demo demo demo demo demo. And demo. If you don't see your account increasing don't waste any money.

Options>Stocks>Chopping off your leg > Robbing a Bank > Nadex

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NADEX and swing trading through the BullCall spreads .....

Can someone please shed some light , if there is a way to trade the BullCall spreads on NADEX..... and hold these positions overnight and for days and even weeks at a time ?

Thanks - Michael

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NADEX and swing trading through the BullCall spreads .....

NADEX and swing trading through the BullCall spreads .....

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Can someone please shed some light , if there is a way to trade the BullCall spreads on NADEX..... and hold these positions overnight and for days and even weeks at a time ?

Thanks - Michael


Michael~

To my knowledge there is not.. There are weekly binaries. Daiy spreads are fine for scalping, best not to hold on to a losing position. You can always hedge with another brokage account for long term trades.

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Hi mrfxtrade ,

Would you mind giving a example please, on ho this would work ...... " hedging with another brokerage account for long term trades " ?

And can this type of Holding overnight and long term trading been done on the BullCall spreads through NADEX ?

Thanks much - Michael

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NADEX 50 at the bid and 50 at the

ask ?

I am just curious as to what the 50's represent exactly ?

I imagine this is NADEX's way of showing the " MAX " amount of open interest for that particular BullCall spread ?

I have Demoed trading the BullCall spreads on NADEX twice now, and always tried to enter the BullCall's At The Market, as I wanted an immediate fill ,
and noticed that it seemed to max out at 50 on either the bid and or the ask.

My strategy wih trading the spreads, was to find the 8 Hr or the Daily spread ( which ever had a floor ( for Long ) or ceiling ( for going short ) , as close to the price of what that particular Future was trading at , at the time I was looking to Enter the market ...... always having is little risk as possible ( hence buying as close to where the Market was trading at, at the time I looked to enter it )

But sometimes I wouldn't get immediate fills, and wondered if this was do to there NOT being a " 50 ) on the side I was trying to enter on .... the Ask for going Long and the Bid if I was looking to go short


Thanks for anyone who can shed some light on my question at hand,
I appreciate it

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