Many providers of binary options trading signals will claim fantastic results on their websites. However, there is no way to independently verify these claims. As such, the only weapon the intending subscriber can use is the free-trial. The free-trial period is a period where a signals provider allows the intending subscriber a few days to test the signals service. Most providers will not give this service free, but will charge a little money (between $5 and $7). Use this time to thoroughly evaluate the trading signals using a binary options demo account. This will enable you gauge the claims made by the provider and see if they stand the test. Do not sign up with anyone who does not provide a trial period.

Also look out for providers that can give out money-back guarantees. This allows the trader to use the service and evaluate returns against what is paid as subscription fees. If it is not worth it, use the money-back guarantee to get your funds back.

It is good practice to try out the first month of a signals service on a demo account. That way, even if the signals are unprofitable, your loss will only be limited to the subscription fees paid.