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What if you do not know which direction a stock will move in, but you have the sense it will move dramatically one way or the other? There is an options strategy for that, too. It is called a straddle, which we have given day before yesterday for sep 2016 f & o expiry specially onour other blog http://niftytipsniftylevels.blogspot.in/2016/09/straddle-strategy-for-nifty-expiry.html& exactly market moved on our word & we have booked it in huge profit.
More specifically, it is called a long straddle - buying a put and a call on the same underlying asset, exercise price and expiration date. Whether the stock moves one way or the other, the investor profits, but the stock has to move enough to pay off the premiums on both options. Essentially, the investor is betting on volatility.
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The market tried to rally today and when buyers ran out of gas
the downside was tested. Trading volumes were low and we can expect the same tomorrow.
We are “dead till the Fed”.Best option is to trade in option call & put with properly hedged calls. No
one is expecting a rate hike tomorrow, but hawkish comments could pave the way
for a December increase. If this pans out, the market will not like the tone
and we are likely to breach the 100-day moving average. September is typically
a weak month and we could even test the 200-day moving average. If the rhetoric
is more benign, the market is likely to rally.
Anindex option is the same as equity or stock
option, except the underlying asset is an index instead of a stock. Just like
an equity call option, an index call option is the right tobuythe underlying index. And just like equity
put option, an index put option is the right tosellthe underlying index.
In other words, an index option is a security that
allows the owner to buy or sell an index at a specified price by a specified
date. It is an "option" because the owner does not "have
to" exercise the option, but rather decides based on the price of the
underlying if they want to exercise it. Index options are defined by the
following 4 characteristics:
There is an underlying index
There is an expiration date
of the option
There is a strike price of
The option is either the
right to buy or the right to sell (call and put, respectively)
The difference between calls and puts
is the owner of an index call
option has the right to BUY an index at a certain price. The owner
of a put option has
the right to SELL an index at a certain price.