Futures and options are two of the most common types of stock derivatives traded on the stock exchange. These are essentially signed contracts between two parties to trade the stock asset at a predetermined price at a later date. When it comes to a trading stock market, these contracts primarily attempt to hedge market risks
Options can be used to make the most of bullish market conditions just as they can be used to make the most of bearish market conditions. The beauty of options is that they allow you to work markets in both directions. Because options are non-linear, you can combine them with other options and also with
The National Stock Exchange has revised its contract expiry dates and maturity dates for FINNIFTY contracts, the revised expiry dates as provided below shall form part of the contract descriptors in files provided by NSE Clearing Limited in the Equity Derivatives Segment. Please note that the change is applicable for the below mentioned expiry dates
Most traders, particularly those who are new to trading, dive right into option trading without first learning about the various strategies available to them. Many option trading strategies, when used prudently, can help in both minimizing risk and maximizing returns. Traders can maximize their profits by carefully utilizing the flexibility and power of trading in
Options are nothing but contracts that let an individual buy specific shares for a certain price. When it comes to options trading, being a seller has more risks than being a buyer. While the buyer has unlimited potential for profit with minimal scope for risk, the case is just the opposite of selling the options.
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Trigger for the Week How will it impact? · Nifty and Sensex in uncharted territory for the week · Nifty above 15,100 and Sensex above 51,000 is open zone and could turn into a buy-on-dips market · Sharply lower inflation could hold interest in rate sensitives · Banking stocks could see renewed interest after the
Trigger for the Week How will it impact? · Nifty held 14,400 and Sensex 49,000 after Friday’s correction · Options data hints at Nifty range of 14,000 to 14,600 with likelihood of pre-budget VIX scaling 30 levels · Lower than expected inflation hints at RBI continuing accommodation · CPI inflation at a multi-quarter low of