Friday, 31 October 2014

HDIL STRANGLE STRATEGY

BUY HDIL 95 CALL @ 1.4
BUY HDIL 70 PUT    @ .90
COST=2.3
RISK PER LOT =9200
RETURN=UNLIMITED

UPPER BREAK GIVEN POINT=97.3
LOWER BREAK GIVEN POINT=67.7
PAY OFF TABLE:

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Types of derivatives available in share markets

There are different types of derivatives available in share markets which are recognized as financial instruments. Share market experts accept derivatives as contracts between two or more parties (one type of security) that are practiced for trading or for share markets. The fluctuation of price and value of a derivative totally depends upon one or more financial assets.
In western developed economies there are various types of derivatives that are introduced much before. In National Stock Exchange of India, types of derivatives are used almost 10 years back. A few years after its released date in NSE and BSE, derivatives occupied an important financial platform to earn profit for shareholders or traders. Now these different types of derivatives are integral parts of Indian share markets.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

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Monday, 13 October 2014

Is the Long Call Option the Same as the Short Put option?

Long calls are not the same as short puts. Buyers of option contracts are long, while sellers or writers of option contracts are short. Call and put options give you the right to buy or sell the underlying securities at specified prices, known as strike prices, before predetermined expiration dates. Long and short option strategies have different risk-return profiles, with downside risk usually limited for long positions.
Basics
The relationship between strike prices and market prices determines profits and losses. A long call is profitable when its strike price is below the market price of the underlying stock, while a long put is profitable when its strike price is above the market price. The reverse is usually true for short calls and puts. You pay a premium, which is the market price, when you open or buy an option contract, and you receive the premium when you sell or close an option contract.