Not confidence but maths especially statistics plays an important role in winning and lossing of a trade.
This quote may be relevant to long term trading strategy but if you have read the paper which I shared, It specifically says that the longer you stay in a day trading regime the...
I recently came across this research paper Day Trading for a Living? by Chague et al. They carried out their study in brazilian stock market.
From the Paper
The paper's conclusion was that it is highly unlikely an individual be profitable if they day trade for a living. Those individuals who...
Now after reading books and watching youtube videos I have a good idea how options work. But my current questions are simple ones.
if a newbie wants to trade options what is the minimum/safe amount (total price+ buffer price) required, specifically if hedging with a buy and sell?
I posted many threads here asking questions related to options but got very few response for it. Traderji has a very active community except for options. Do you have any suggestion of active forum or websites where we can ask indian options related questions?
I am learning about option trading and I have many doubts regarding it. I think all of my threads posted here are valid questions. Does this forum have any rule against opening threds? What else do you recommend?
I want to know what happens to ITM options if we didn't square off the position on expiry day. Let say I buy Reliance call option if I didn't square off this position on the day of expiry will I be owning 500 shares.
I was reading about options and many times it was said that option buyers were losers because there is more than 70% chance that an option will expire without any value. What is that even mean?
Lets take two long call options with strike 110 and 90. If the current spot sprice is 100 then which...
I am studying stocks in Indian and US markets. I have seen that in US at least for high market cap stocks there are many valid reasons why a stock move up or down. But if you look into how indian high market cap stocks moves then we can't explain those moves with a valid reason. Do you think...
The main reason is overnight risk and I want to avoid it. Do we have to pay the full premium for options in intraday trading say for 75 qty with 10rs premium the full premium is 750 rs. Do we have to pay this full premium for intraday?
Yeah I read it in some sites about ATM=Strike Price=Spot price but in reality we will never get a Strike price same as spot. So I went with zerodha's ATM description. Can you tell me if we can buy a call option at any of those strike prices? else it should be greater than or less than spot price?
I am new to option trading and I have some confusion in the relationship between strike price and premium. Take this example of a stock and for simplicity we are only considering a long call buy option
Spot price = 200 rs
Strike price = 300,275,250,175,150,100,50
expiry= 20 days
Because 175 is...