Tuesday, 28 January 2014

ROCKING RCOM STRANGLE STRATEGY !!!!!!!!

Rcom strangle strategy rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!
RCom strategy update:
Book Profit in Rcom 130 Call Near 5.8
Now  book profit in Rcom 120 call Near 2.3 .
Total cost=3.2
Net profit = 9800

Thursday, 23 January 2014

HOW TO BUY STOCKS FOR DIVIDEND

Financing in shares that paying for dividends is solely the greatest financial decisions a stakeholder can step to make. These funds not only present a prospect to amplify net value from growing share prices, they also can assist harmonize an investor’s income for several years. So long as an investor is scrupulous about choosing these investment options, there is meagre supplementary menace over the long-standing. Stock Dividends can be outstanding as a source of steady income, while you still get to uphold the stock shares for further income. There is also sensitivity that companies, which can pay for dividends, are usually steadier....

Monday, 20 January 2014

BOOK PROFIT IN RCOM STRANGLE

Rcom strangle strategy rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!
RCom strategy update:
Book Profit in Rcom 130 Call Near 5.8-6 i.e. profit 5600 contd... to hold put
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Friday, 17 January 2014

RCOM STRANGLE STRATEGY

Buy RCom 130 call @ 1.60
Buy RCom 120 put @ 1.60
COST =3.20 
RISK PER LOT = 6400
RETURN = UNLIMITED
UPPER BREAK GIVEN POINT=133.2
LOWER BREAK GIVEN POINT=116.8
Pay off table:

Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

NIFTY STRANGLE STRATEGY

Buy Nifty 6100 put @55
Buy Nifty 6300 call @47
COST =102 
RISK PER LOT = 5100
RETURN = UNLIMITED
UPPER BREAK GIVEN POINT=6402
LOWER BREAK GIVEN POINT=5098
Pay off table:...

Thursday, 2 January 2014

WHY ARE OPTIONS BETTER THAN FUTURES

First of all, both options and futures are derivatives and leverage instruments and are therefore inherently riskier than simply trading stocks itself. Also, both options trading and futures trading can be equally risky if your ability to produce fairly accurate analysis and outlook of their underlying asset is no good. 

Now, comparing options trading and futures trading, I would say that for beginners, Options Trading is less risky than Futures Trading for a number of reasons.
 

Firstly, bigger rewards comes with bigger risks. Futures trading is capable of producing return on investment and leverage far greater than can be attained in options trading
 

Secondly, when you buy
call and put option, your maximum risk is limited only to the amount of money you used when buying those options. The worst that can happen is that your prediction is totally wrong and the options simplyexpire  worthless. You don't lose more money than that. However, in futures trading, you are subjected to unlimited liability and will be expected to "top up" your daily losses by the end of each day in what is known as a margin call. This daily loss continues as long as the stock continues to go in the wrong direction..............