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If Nifty breaks support and keeps moving lower Nifty PE value Rs.OPTION TRADING -PUT SPREAD(100% SAFE IN ALL STOCK MARKET CONDITION
Please do let me know if anyone already tried this strategy? Sorry your browser does not support IFRAME. The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to Cubt For This Useful Post: Looking for a share broker?
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What is new in this Strategy? The Following User Says Thank You to saivenkat For This Useful Post: Sai, I dint claim its a new strategy. I know many beginners struggle to make profit in option trading. Even I was one of the victim when I started trading 5 years ago.
Last edited by Cubt; 11th April at Found this article in wiki- so actually my question is how many of us here are following long straddle strategy? A long straddle involves going long, i. The two options are bought at the same strike price and expire at the same time. The owner of a long straddle makes a profit if the underlying price moves a long way from the strike price, either above or below.
Thus, an investor may take a long straddle position if he thinks the market is highly volatile, but does not know in which direction it is going to move. This position is a limited risk, since the most a purchaser may lose is the cost of both options. At the same time, there is unlimited profit potential.
A trader believes that the release of these results will cause a large movement in the price of XYZ's stock, but does not know whether the price will go up or down. He can enter into a long straddle, where he gets a profit no matter which way the price of XYZ stock moves, if the price changes enough either way. If the price goes up enough, he uses the call option and ignores the put option.
If the price goes down, he uses the put option and ignores the call option.
If the price does not change enough, he loses money, up to the total amount paid for the two options. The risk is limited by the total premium paid for the options, as opposed to the short straddle where the risk is virtually unlimited.
Time decay and theta impact.
You sure you did any back testing on it and so, what software did you use to do so? The Following User Says Thank You to DanPickUp For This Useful Post: Yes, Time Decay matters when you hold it for a longer period. Entry point is important here, We need to enter only at the Support or Resistance level. So that there is high chance the stock or index would move either ways.
So as soon as the resistance or support breaks, a huge move happens. With that, either Put or call option value increases. What do you want to discuss now: Long strangle or long straddle?
The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to DanPickUp For This Useful Post: Curious to know which one is better Long strangle or long straddle? I have been following Long strangle and I was able to make profit because I enter the trade only when I expect certain volatility.
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