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Category: F&O

In financial markets, futures and options (F&O) are derivative products that derive their values from an underlying asset, be it a stock or commodity. Through the stock exchange, two investors enter into a contract to buy or sell an underlying at an agreed price on a fixed date.

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Best Option Strategy for Bearish Market: 7 Option Strategies

Earning a profit in the bullish market is easier, as you can buy any stock or during the Future & Options Trading to get high returns. But how you can make
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Identify Trend in Stock Market

What is F&O Margin Penalty: SEBI Rules & How to Avoid it?

Derivatives or Future & Options (F&O) segment accounts major volume of trades in the stock market where people buy and sell underlying stocks, and indices in lots through contracts that
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Short Iron Condor-Neutral Strategy

Explanation Reverse iron condors are market neutral strategy with no directional bias. For this strategy to breakeven it would require very volatile move in the underlying. Initially, the execution of
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Iron Butterfly-Neutral Strategy

Explanation Iron butterfly option strategy is initiated by an operator when he expects underlying to stay in range with low volatility from the underlying. The strategy is implemented for a
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Iron Condors-Neutral Strategy

Explanation: Iron Condors are essentially just a hedged short strangle which profits from low movement and low volatility. It is market neutral and has no directional bias. Since we indirectly
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High volume price breakout stocks: IRCTC, REC LTD, COAL INDIA and PFC

Ratio Put Write-Neutral Strategy

Explanation Taking base assumption on implementing this strategy is of little/no volatility, the trader capitalizes on the limited profit that is in the form of premium received. Ratio put write
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High volume price breakout stocks: IRCTC, REC LTD, COAL INDIA and PFC

Ratio Put Spread-Neutral Strategy

Explanation Put ratio spread is a multi-leg, neutral strategy with undefined risk and limited profit potential that involves buying in-the-money put options and selling more out-of-the-money put options of the
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Diagonal Bear Put Spread-Bearish Strategy

Explanation A trader implements this strategy when he holds a neutral to somewhat bearish stance on the near-month expiry of the underlying but bearish on the long term, he will
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Put Backspread Option Trading Strategy Nifty-Bearish Strategy

Explanation Put backspread options strategy also known as reverse put ratio spread is a bearish options strategy that is executed when a trader holds a bearish outlook on the underlying
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Bear Put Spread Option Strategy-Bearish Strategy

Explanation A bear put spread strategy is executed when a trader is moderately bearish on the market. Execution of a strategy entails 1 long position in a higher strike price
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