Options - Queries Reg Options .... in Derivatives - hi,
i'm new to this trade... i have some of these queries ... assume i'm bullish (buy call option), gonna ...
09-18-2013 11:03 AM
09-18-2013 11:47 AM
Spot price means actual traded value of the equity ...
1) spot price = is this spot price for derivative too... nseindia->under quity) -> TCS->get quote ????
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These are expiry dates. When it comes to options, volumes will be good only in nearest expiry ... In Futures, you choose a date based on your holding period. If you want to hold for 3 months, choose the last date
2)Date = it shows three, how to choose among these. wch one ll be beneficial.
Strike price is the price that you bet that TCS will move above or below, by end of expiry. Premium is the value, that traders bet or expect to go above the strike price
3) strike price= can i choose below spot price ?? y it shows all lower prices too ? (To get profit, once strike price
All these will impact on premium amount.
No. Select the Option Chain link to check options premium price for various strike price
3) (i) after choosing all the above n thereby pressing "go" it ll show one price... is this premium price????
i believe underlying value is the spot value
3) (ii) it shows "underlying value" wat is this??
Profit is 1 Rs ... Premium is what you buy and sell and decides whether you make profits or losses
4) ok now if i bought call option with 45rs as premium.. now if the premium increases to 46rs ... ll i get profit of 1rs...
as per the def
which one is correct...???
In the first one itself it shows MTM value as blue colour and BEP is same as the premium amount at the tym of buying...
Yes. You can sell whenever you want. When in profits, keep stop loss which will ensure you stay in profits. Amount will be credited for withdrawal in one or 2 days. Meanwhile, the limit for trading will be increased, so that traders can buy new positions if needed
5) can i squareoff if the premium amount goes up thereby MTM value shows blue colour???
can we squareoff before expiry (i think yes)??? amount ll be credited on the same day or after expiry date?
Open Interest is no of contracts which are in the system currently. % change in Open interest, indicates rise or fall in this number. Volatility is a mathematical number. Check wikipedia for the formula.
6) what is % interest?
what is volatility??? it should be high or low???
bid value, is the price an existing highest buyer is ready to buy at. Bid quantity is the amount he is willing to purchase. This will change literally every minute. OI is open Interest. need not worry about IV
7) premium amount is okey... wat is this bid value.. bid qty=lotsize...ask price=premium... ask qty...OI .. IV...???
No. They do not include brokerage calculations
8) does paatsaala includes brokerage while buying and selling??
Make sure volumes and Open Interest on options contract is high. That way, there will always be buyers and sellers. Avoid low volume contracts in options. Only do Futures in Stocks. For options, stick to Nifty and Bank Nifty
9) ll it be any circumstance in wch opposite party are not present...
eg.., if the price go up i need to squareoff, at tat tym any circumstance wch says " i have to wait for opposite party"... then i ll loose my time ...
Intra-day will only show positions, orders or trades you do during that particular day ... "Carry Forward" will show your overall net positions. If its confusing, always look at only "Carry Forward"
10) yesterday i started paatsaala, i bought 2 options 500 500 each lot ... the stock was visible in "carry forward" and "intraday"...
today i hav seen the stocks only in "carry forward"..... the price goes up so i was selling those 500 lot ... after tat the quantity becomes 0. But it comes now in "intraday" as -500 stocks ...
what s this....!!!! :'(
09-18-2013 12:26 PM
currently banknifty is 10334... if my strike is 10400 ... LTP is shown 280 this is premium i guess....
now i ll get profit only if it crosses 10400+280
OR i ll get profit even when LTP increse >280
09-18-2013 12:29 PM
You will get profit when Premium LTP > 280 ... Premium depends on many factors (Time left to expiry, Bank Nifty Spot movement, VIX and so on).
Originally Posted by shankarkool
02-09-2014 06:21 PM
sir, as a very small investor/trader with Rs 10000/- what strategy should i follow to make profit in option trading.with moderate approach
what kind of data i should know before taking a trade,that trade will not lead me in loss.
02-10-2014 07:51 AM
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02-14-2014 06:43 PM
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02-14-2014 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by tigerking77
03-08-2014 12:28 PM
Should a novice trader indulge in selling options?
03-09-2014 11:28 AM
Options Selling is limited profits and unlimited losses scenario ... You should be sure of when to write and which levels to write to be safe .... Combining Futures with options selling has its benefits ...
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