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Do you ‘Fear’ entering markets post Budget? Use option strategies to make money

“Greed & Fear are the emotions which override rational thinking and today we’ll learn about how to get rid of one of them called ‘Fear’. Correction in a bull market is what everyone ‘desires’ to buy but most investors miss on the opportunity and end up waiting for a better price or they buy too earl...

Afraid to trade seeing mayhem on D-St? Time to have ‘Butterfly’ in your trade

The butterfly can be formed by Selling 2 Lots of a particular strike Call/Put & buying one higher Call/Put & one Lower Call/Put of the equal distance up and down. Swings in the markets have been out of the ordinary, so much so that the risk barometer, India VIX, went up by almost 6 points in the week that has j...

Not sure where Mr. Market is headed? Option guts can still help you profit

Buying futures needs a surety of the direction as the payoff is linear but Options can still help you add returns due to its Non-Linear Payoff behavior,” says Shubham Agarwal CEO & Head of Research at Quantsapp Private Limited. Often we could see the market trading in a shrinking range and expect a breakout b...

Open Interest: An additional tool for traders to decode market expectations

Open Interest or OI is the total number of open contracts in an instrument outstanding in the market at a given point in time. These contracts are generated by transactions between buyers of instrument and sellers of them. Decoding the market expectations is one of the key steps a trader takes before placing his bets. ...

Stuck with huge portfolio losses? Use ‘Options’ in a falling market

Buying Puts is a simple strategy where an At the Money put is bought on the Index like Nifty with a notional value of the portfolio adjusted for portfolio’s beta. Options being a non-linear instrument can help investors/traders in multiple ways and here are some of the simple strategies to be deployed in a falling ma...

3 Reasons why you should never miss taking a short trade in market

Most of the trading indicators do have long and short signals and short are the ones which can be amplified to the favor if used correctly. Do you trade short? There is a 70% probability that you don’t. Most of the investors are sceptical to take a short trade in the market and a ‘long only’ strategy is generally...

Demystifying Time Decay; “Theta” the ultimate friend in expiry week

“When trading for an expected range of expiry, the handiest tool to decide on the level might be looking at the Open Interest congestions with Highest Put OI being the support area and Highest Call OI being the resistance,” says Shubham Agarwal of Quantsapp Private Limited The expiry week is different than ...

Top 4 facts which investors should know about trading in early half of expiry

Writing options in the early half of expiry is naturally lower on probability scale whereas trading options as a buyer for directional breakouts may be more lucrative if forecasts are available. Options are wasting assets, yes that’s true but it doesn’t happen all linear. You might be wondering if an option premium...

‘Securitization’ a disciplined way to trade ‘single options’

Buying Option is like buying perishable fruits, it makes sense salvage it and to give it to someone else to consume if its target is not achieved in time (obviously if not being eaten) than hold on to it, because if held on to, it may not be of any use. ‘Securitization’, it takes the illiquid assets of a financing ...

Market stuck in a range? Options can still help you generate high returns

“Result season is on the card and Open Interest has a very high congestion around at the money which generally pushes the market into an oscillation and below are two strategies to help you generate returns in an oscillating market,” says Shubham Agarwal, CEO & Head of Research at Quantsapp Private Limi...

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