It was another week where fortune favoured traders with long positions in call options from the January series. The only thing traders need to do now is to protect
After almost eight straight weeks luck finally favoured traders with long positions in call options. The Nifty’s rise on Thursday created some discomfort as traders could be
Options, both call and put, are probably the only instruments that price in the emotions of fear, greed and hope that rule the equity market at any given point.
After the US Fed’s rate decision the Nifty had a gap down opening but the gap was quickly covered. Despite the major event getting over the
Globally opinion is divided on whether or not it is easy to make money in derivative instruments. But there is near unanimity on Dalal Street that it is
In a tilted trading week the first three sessions made traders with long positions on call options a happy lot. In stark contrast the last two sessions
Usually in the week of derivative contracts expiry one of the four sessions tend to be extremely volatile. This happens mostly in the session in which quant
For the third week in a row, traders with long positions on put options are having the upper hand in the derivative market, logging both intraday and intraweek gains.
On Wednesday, when the market opened for trade and was trying to make sense of what was happening in the world, and more particularly in India, something unique was happening
There is no denying that the bears have now got an edge over the bulls in the market, even though Nifty arrested Thursday’s steep fall the very next day.
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