Ok, so part 2 would begin with like: since you have no real knowledge what future bears and everything is an educated guess..... No. Just kidding.
Higher an expected reward - higher the risk. That never changes. That is a law of the nature So from my very simplified perspective - if you can apply the same knowledge that you apply for low risk low reward trading system - for high risk high reward trading system - and be successful in a long run - why bother with low risk low reward trading system? In other words - if you know your market well enough to apply that knowledge to a traditional trading on the stock market - why not apply the same knowledge and be successful in trading Binary Options? I mean - while trading traditionally - you're investing only when you are convinced that the price of the asset you invest in will go up. Right? No one invests for the price to go down as you would lose the money. So, in order to be successful in traditional trading you have to know the direction the market is moving or your specific asset is moving> Now if you're good in that - why not apply the same knowledge and expertise to Binary Options trading as it is exactly twice as easy (I will explain why) and carries much much higher rewards. Twice as easy because in Binary Options trading you can invest not only on one direction which is up (Bullish), but also can invest in Bearish positions meaning the price of the asset will go down. Again - in a traditional marketing you have only one direction to enter the market for - UP. In Binaries you can take UP (CALL) or DOWN (PUT). If the asset moves in the direction you chose in a preset limits of time (Expiry Time) - you're profiting preset percentage of 70% to 78%. So, if you were good enough to know which direction the market or an asset were moving and had only 5K to invest - in traditional trading you'd make few percents on it and may be even 20% and that is it. In Binaries the same money and the knowledge would grant you set profit of 70-78% no matter how big was the move since the moment you took the trading position.
Digest it, ask some questions if you have and the part 3 is on the way.