Thursday, 25 July 2013

Gold no longer a safe heaven – A major shift from precious metal to “Just a commodity”

Keep converting your useless physical Gold inventory to different asset classes or just cash
“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.”Nature created human and human destroying nature, that’s a bitter truth we are all living with . We often see documentaries, news articles, presentations or activities/movements to save nature , or just to spread awareness.“Mount Everest” – highest peak of Himalaya , once unconquered and considered invincible. One gentleman from New Zealand , Sir Edmund Percival Hillary reached the peak for the first time and opened the gate of a new destruction In ancient history, this precious metal , which was far from the reach of common people, was found only in possession of Emperors ....

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

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Friday, 19 July 2013

TIME DECAY IN OPTION

The ratio of the change in an option's price to the decrease in time to expiration. Since options are wasting assets, their value declines over time. As an option approaches its expiry date without being in the money, its time value declines because the probability of that option being profitable is reduced. Time decay is a crucial component traders consider when deciding when/where to buy sell options.....

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

IMPACT OF RISING DOLLAR ON ECONOMY

All eyes are on the rupee which has fallen in value against the US dollar. It has racked up macroeconomic issues concerning the slow economic growth, corporate earnings and market volatility. It is the common man who is going to hit the most.The falling rupee and the rising dollar can be translated into more expensive foreign holidays, educations or products. 

The Fast Moving Consumer Goods like soaps and shampoos require imported raw material. The cost pressure on companies will lead them to revise the prices of their products. The prices of pulses and oil which are largely imported are going to see a rise in prices....

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

BANKING LICENSE:26 IN QUEUE

A banking license is a prerequisite for a financial institutionthat wants to provide  services. Under most jurisdictions the fundamental banking activities, such as taking deposits from the general public are exclusive to holders of a banking license. A non banking servicesis an institution that provides financial services without meeting the legal definition of a bank, such as holding a banking license
Licenses are typically issued by the banking regulatory body in which the bank is established. There is a relatively long and complicated procedure that goes into the application. This procedure will also depend on the type of bank license that you wish to apply for. Licensing is generally broken down into different categories, while each category has a different specialization, and a different time frame involved in the banking license application process....

SBIN OPTION STRATEGY UPDATE

Update of SBI strangle strategy given in post--- SBIN 1800 PUT BOOK PROFIT NEAR 49-50 .

Friday, 12 July 2013

INFY RESULT GOOD OR BAD

No other stock traded on the Indian bourses reacts consistently the way Infosys does. A swing of 8-10% on the result day is normal for the stock.The ‘long strangle’ option strategy (buying an out of the money call and similar number of out of the money puts) is something that most option traders practices on Infosys’ result day. The build of position in the stock is the main reason for the stock movement.
 
This quarter the ‘calls’ have won. Infosys surprised the market by announcing better than expected numbers resulting in the stock shooting over 11%. However, the devil is in the details. While the market has reacted sharply to the numbers, it is the consistency of these numbers that is key for the long term revival of sentiments in the stock....

Tuesday, 9 July 2013

CURRENCIES MEASURED IN TERMS OF DOLLAR

Currencies always trade in pairs because the value of each currency is measured against that of another currency, yeilding a rate of exchange for the currency pair. The primary reason that most currencies trade in the forex market against the U.S. Dollar goes back to Bretton Woods agreement made near the end of the Second World War.After that devastating global war, the United States was the only major country which emerged relatively strong economically after the costly conflict compared to the other significant nations of the world.Despite proposals for the creation of a neutral global reserve currency called the bancor, pressures prevailed for the U.S. Dollar to be chosen as the world's reserve currency at the Bretton Woods conference held in New Hampshire in 1944, just before the end of the war....

Saturday, 6 July 2013

SBI STRANGLE STRATEGY

Buy SBI 2000 call @25
Buy SBI 1800 put @ 21
COST =46    
 RISK PER LOT = 5750
RETURN = UNLIMITED
UPPER BREAK GIVEN POINT=2046
LOWER BREAK GIVEN POINT=1734

Pay off table...

Friday, 5 July 2013

Rupee opens flat at 60.11 per dollar

The Indian rupee opened flat at 60.11 per dollar versus 60.13 yesterday. "The rupee could be weak on overnight dollar strengthening. The range for the day is seen between 60.10-60.40.Demand from oil importers and the much expected inflows for the HUL open offer led to rupee volatility yesterday. The rupee could be weak on overnight dollar strengthening.

Thursday, 4 July 2013

COMPARISON BETWEEN DERIVATIVE AND EQUITY TRADING

In derivatives trading, traders can hold long or short positions for more than 1 day whereas in equity trading, short sell tradings are supposed to square off before the market closing on the same day. Traders must not carry forward their short positions in any way, denying which results in penalty around 20% in auction market Apart, these tips are divided into indexes and stocks. As said in our previous article, virtual scrips like nifty, bank nifty, cnx IT ect., are called as index stocks where as companies which exist in real are said to be stock scrips....