India Union Budget 2020-21 , where to take position in Expiry of 30-Jan or 27-Feb ?

#1
New FY Budget ( 20-21) would be announced on 01/Feb/20 , which falls on a Saturday.
Wanted to take positions , volatility wise Expiry 30-Jan-2020 should be useful , or should I go for expiry of 27-Feb-2020 , which may have Gap Up / Down on 03-Mar-2020 . Some Expert opinion please ?
 

Schatz

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#2
see feb 2020 option chain.. look at 12200 and 12700 CE ..somebody is building pos as we speak.. anyways coming to ur question...Jan expiry is useless as it expires before budget.. hope that answers ur q
 
#4
With ongoing India's economic slowdown, many things are expected by FM Nirmala Sitharaman for the focus of the Budget 2020. The focus of attention is back on the capital markets in general and the equity markets in particular. Equity markets are built on positive hopes and thus a market-friendly budget can be expected at most.
 

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