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What is Option Trading

Intraday tips com also provide Option Tips one or two tips in the week with more then 90% accuracy.There are many financial products such as mutual funds, stocks and bonds for investors. There is another type of security, called an option, which presents a altogether new world of opportunities for intraday traders.

Options trading enables traders to adapt or adjust their position according to any situation in the stock market. Options can be used as speculatively or as conservatively.

We at intradaytips com specialise in option strategies to enable investors to multiply their profits.

Option trading means trading in Call and Put

Before understanding the option trading in NSE you should have complete knowledge of NSE f&o segment. If you dont have knowledge of f&o segment, please read this detailed information on f&o segment at What is Future and Options

Before Trading in Options in f&o segment, need to understand some important key words which are use in OPTION TRADING

1) Call Option

2) Put Option

3) Strike Option (SERIES )


What is Call Option (ce) in f&o segment ?

Call is an Option contract that gives the owner the right to buy the underlying stock at a specified price (strike price), for a certain, fixed period of time (until its series expiration).

What is put Option (pe) in f&o segment ?

A put is an Option contract that gives the owner the right to sell the underlying stock at a specified price (strike price) for a certain, fixed period of time (until its series expiration).

What is Strike Price in Option Trading ?

It is the fixed price at which owner (buyer) of the Call Option can buy the underlying asset from Option seller, no matter whatever is the current price of the underlying asset. Example, If strike price of RANBAXY Call Option is 500 that means buyer of this Option can buy RANBAXY stock at 500 even if the current market price of the stock is higher (say 600).

In case of Put options, strike price is the price at which owner (buyer) of the PUT option can sell the underlying asset to the option seller, no matter whatever is the current price of the underlying asset. Example, if strike price of Reliance PUT option is 500 that means buyer of this option can sell Reliance stock at 500 even if the current market price of the stock is lower (say 450).

How To do Option Trading ?

How Nse Traders can decide whether I should buy / sell call or Put options?

If any NSE TRADERS are bullish or Market is going up Traders may consider Buying Call options

Here the Trader can also consider Selling Put options.

Very Important : Remember Option Strategy mostly used by Expert Day Traders as 90% day trader loose money

If any Nse Traders are bearish or Market is going down.
You may consider Buying Put options or consider Selling Call option

In stock option we follows
CE = Call Option
PE = Put Option

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