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Applying Technical Analysis on Option Charts – The Mistakes & Method

“Either one needs to adjust the non-linear asset for linearity or the most effective way is to draw signals from underlying using Technical Analysis and apply them on options to amplify returns,” says Shubham Agrawal, CEO & Head of Research at Quantsapp Private Limited. India has the highest population ...

Be the first to maximize profit from a change in trend by using Implied Volatility

Volatility has a negative correlation to the underlying instrument which means if the volatility is moving up, the underlying most probably is moving down and if the volatility is moving down the underlying mostly should be moving up. We have all come across volatility indices but do you know that it can help you decod...

Extended F&O trading times: How it will impact option traders

Volatility is a factor of uncertainty and more news/events happens outside the trading window more will be the risk as there might not be an opportunity to act immediately. SEBI came up with a circular approving extended trading in the derivatives segment and it will certainly have lot of impact in different ways. We a...

It is not hard to become crorepati; Here are 8 tips to enhance intraday trading

“History reveals shorter the time frame in investing more challenging it becomes. Lots of traders, trade for living or want to make money from intraday trading by deploying less margin but often end up losing it all,” says Shubham Agarwal of Quantsapp Private Limited. History reveals shorter the time frame ...

Struggling to find market top & bottom? Here’s how Put call ratio can help

Traditionally, the PCR was calculated as Total Put Open Interest of all expiries divided by Total Call Open Interest of all expires. Wouldn’t it be great to know market top & bottom? But, let me set the expectation right, it indeed is a complicated task but here is as ‘add-on’ indicator to help you find o...

Do you know more than 200 options double everyday? It is like buying lottery tickets

Weren’t options invented to hedge risk? Yes, but now that’s just in the books or in long-dated options. Options are the most traded instruments in India today and a majority of the trading volume is contributed by the ‘clients’ category. This is because FIIs use options to create synthetic futur...

Understanding option moneyness and expiry for beginners

Currently, Banknifty is the only instrument with weekly options listed on NSE. Weekly options don’t mean that the life of the Option is just 1 week. Moneyness: Have you come across various terms used in Options Trading like In the Money, Out of the Money & At the Money? Let’s learn what these means before y...

F&O expiry due in this week! Options Pain is an add-on indicator for expiry trading

If a trader is able to successfully forecast the level; or a narrow range of expiry, there exists several strategies which can be of high yield namely: Short Straddle, Short Strangle or a hedged strategy with a high reward to risk ratio along-with limited risk i.e. Butterflies, says Shubham Agrawal of Quantsapp Private...

What does implied volatility in out of money options forecast?

“Any volatility index will be weighted maximum for ‘at the money’ options and by tracking these indices all we are tracking is the centre point of the volatility moving up or down,” says Shubham Agrawal of Quantsapp Derivative analysis has many tools to decode the market’s true forecasts but implied ...

Crystal Ball Gazing with Futures Data! Do we chase every longs and short?

Chasing Longs after a recent round of Long Unwinding in a rising market or Shorts after a recent round of Short Covering has been seen having more price potential. Also just like the trading trends, always prefer to trade fresh build-ups than unwinding, says Shubham Agarwal of Quantsapp Private Limited. As exciting as ...

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