Buying options is a risky game and it is said that more than 90% of option buyers lose money. This is because, most traders do not do proper risk management when placing option trades. Risk Management is absolutely essential because the movement in Nifty/BankNifty is very fast and a good gain can turn into a […]
We are pleased to announce that Option Chain (with Put/Call ratio) is now available for all the optionable symbols in NSE.
If you use Technical Analysis on any active Future, you must have faced the problem regarding insufficient historical data.
This article gives an introduction to Options and serves as a beginners guide to those who want to explore them.
Open Interest is the third most important indicator after price and volume. It is defined as is the number of contracts outstanding at the end of a day. Open Interest is very important for any Future and Option Trader.
Futures and Options are also called derivatives because their prices depend on some underlying entity. In case of the NSE Futures and Options, the underlying entity is usually the stock or index. This post is a beginner guide for those who are trading in equities but want to venture into Futures.