Monday, 30 June 2014


 How to Use Option Trading Strategies in any Market Situation
Option strategies are implemented by combining one or more option positions and possibly an underlying stock position.
In other words, a trading strategy is a calculated way of using options singly or in a combination, in order to make a profit from market movements.
Option strategies can give you a greater profit with less risk compared with the traditional buying and selling of stock.
One vitally important thing to consider when investing is when to get out and how. An effective exit strategy needs to be decided upon in advance, and stuck to without allowing emotions to sway you.
There are many types of option trading strategies that can be applied, depending on your opinion, or ‘prediction,’ of which direction the underlying stock is going to move.
A guideline for picking the right stocks to go with the right options strategies is available by reading “Options Strategies for Different Stock Styles”. The various stock movements are taken into account – bullish and bearish – as well as major moves, or slower, moderate moves, in either direction - and a strategy that can be applied to each of these movements.

Friday, 27 June 2014


Buy Jp assosiat 90 CALL @1.4       
Buy Jp assosiat 65 PUT   @ 1.4
COST =2.8
RISK PER LOT = 22400
Pay off table:..

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Low Capital Needed In Option Trading as Compared To Stock Future

Option trading is a trader friendly kind of trading which allows the trader to find new ways of doing business. It has many strategies and the trader is allowed to choose any one of them or plan a strategy of his own master it and earn profit. Other trading such as stock trading and future trading does not support this feature and have their strict rules which must be followed to do business. Moreover, if recession occurs there is no way by which the trader may safe his money. He may lose all of it or his money may stick in the market.
One of the major benefits of option trading is that you can start trading with even low capital invested. Then use that profit to re-invest and earn even more money. So this trading style supports a small
business to flourish and is giving the new traders to trade without getting loans and selling their personal property to do business. While in future or stock trading sometimes the traders bears so much loss so as to leave the business or sell their personal properties to compensate the effect....

Thursday, 19 June 2014

Index Vs Stock Option

Index and stock options are known as unique investment opportunities for all men and women who want to make it big in the investment market. However, there are certain peculiarities between index and stock options. 
Index Option 
Index as a type of investment trading is simply a list of number of various stocks that are quite similar to one another. Index option signifies the composite value of all the stocks in question.  in the Indian Stock market, index option is used to evaluate the progress of the Indian economy.  It is also used in determining the general overview of the stock market in a given economy.
Stock Option
Stock option is usually referred to as a legal contract which grants the contract owner the right to purchase or sell stock of a specific quantity at a particular set price before a specific date. Stock option is usually has a standardized term. It has the ability to pull sellers and buyers together in a fantastic manner.  Stock option usually has two main varieties namely; the call option and the put option.  Call option grants the owner the right to buy the stock at a fixed price over a fixed period of time, while put option grants the owner the right to sell the stock at a fixed price over a specific period of time. 
Well, having seen both index and stock option, one can easily find out that both of them also belong to the same category in the capital investment market.  Really, the index option is usually well known by almost every ordinary human person.... 

Wednesday, 18 June 2014


1.In the cash segment, one can pick up as many shares one wants starting from just one share but Futures, a trader cannot buy less than the lot size prescribed
2. From an investors point of he should invest in Cash Segment. Since Futures are a trading tool, the risk is also high to a large extent.
3. In Futures, a trader needs to pay 33% tax on the profit. In equity, it is a flat proportion of 10% (short term capital gains) if trading done is within a year and no tax if sold later a year (long term capital gains).............

Tuesday, 17 June 2014


In India the volume of investments has somehow depleted in the past 3 years. This market situation leaves extremely fragile scope for any bloopers as far as the common private investor is concerned. The intermittent slowdowns have brought the stock market to a situation where there is always a danger of a double dip; something which small traders and investors can hardly afford at this juncture. Hence, it is absolutely necessary for them to strategies and plan their tactics before making any investment decisions. And this is possible only when they know how to pick good stocks, based on serious and factual knowledge of the market, its history and its current trends.
How to Pick Good Stocks: Strategies and Contours
  • The most important thing to remember before making any kind of investment is the current financial scenario of the investment destination- whether it is bank accounts, fixed deposits or in our case; the stock market. These do not operate in a financial vacuum and are notorious for their illusive speculativeness and other malpractices. Reading, understanding, observing and internalizing market trends is an art- an art which can be perfected only after years of practice, patience and fortitude. It is no child’s play and small investors with no experience of stock trading can be easy target for frauds. Hence, it is extremely necessary that the investor keeps an eye on the share market, learns its operational norms, peculiar institutional behavior and uninsured risks. Only after the investor, with or without the help of professional advisors, executes this plan of action can he/she hope to make any headway in terms of profits.

Monday, 16 June 2014


In Future trading one can buy any number of shares. In Futures, the trader buys a lot. The lot magnitude is set for every futures contract and it varies from stock to stock & also from company to company.
Margin payment:-
Buying a Futures contract one need not pay the entire value of the contract but just the margin. This margin sum is defined by the exchange. Let’s assume one buys a 1000 Futures contract of a particular company each share costing 50 Rs. This will sum to Rs. 50000 (1000 X 50 Rs). The trader need to pay only about 15% to 20% of that sum and this sum is called the margin amount. Assuming 15% the trader need to pay Rs. 7500 & not Rs. 50000
How to make or lose money:-...

Friday, 13 June 2014


You may be wondering  why would an investor want to get involved with complicated options, when they could just go out and buy or sell the underlying equity? There are a number of reasons such as:
  • An investor can profit on changes in an equities market price without ever having to actually put up the money to buy the equity. The premium to buy an option is a fraction of the cost of buying the equity outright.
  • When an investor buys options instead of equity, the investor stands to earn more per dollar invested - options have "leverage."
  • Except in the case of selling uncovered calls or puts, risk is limited. In buying options, risk is limited to the premium paid for the option - no matter how much the actual stock price moves adversely in relation to the strike price.
Now thing comes in our mind that if option given these benefits, why wouldn't everyone just want to invest with options? Options have characteristics that may make them less attractive for certain investors.

Monday, 9 June 2014


Book profit in Unitech 40 Call near 2 contd... to hold the put
Total profit =10200 from the strategy. 
Hope you have booked profit.