Sensibull is a few days away from the launch. We do not want to keep you waiting for the launch, so we thought we will give you a small part of Sensibull which is useful to you. A super-simplified, user-friendly, no-nonsense Option Trade Analyser. This helps you compare Buy Call Option, Sell Put Option, Buy … Continue reading Announcing, Option Trade Analyser
The last and final part of What Affects Option Prices. In this webinar we look at volatility You can see the Implied volatility of all the Options listed on NSE here: NSE Option Chain by Sensibull Options Screener by Sensibull — Options Central
Shaktimaan says “Think before you trade Options” NIFTY opened like a 300 point gap down two weeks back. Here is how you could have made (or lost) 15k with just 50 k capital in 10 minutes! Here is Balajee Ramachandran, our front end engineer and an Options Trading enthusiast, with his real life Options Trading Experience … Continue reading How to (NOT) Trade Options in market crashes
The rules of STT in options work this way: Exercise of Options: Option exercise happens when you buy an option, do not square it off and it makes money on expiry. In this case, STT is charged on the underlying NIFTY price — which is around 10500 for NIFTY as of Dec 2017. The buyer of the … Continue reading Just how bad is STT?
Nothing happens in financial markets on most weekends. So an options trader will sell call options and put options and try to earn the time value decay for three nights — Friday Night, Saturday night, Sunday night. If it is a long weekend, the selling will be more, because of more time value decay. Due to selling, … Continue reading The Weekend Effect
6. Trading Illiquid Options Some Options are Illiquid. That is, the bid and offer don’t exist, or they are wide apart. Examples are Deep In the Money Options Next month, or next to next month Options Options of smaller stocks. How does this affect you? Let us take one example: The bid-offer on Castrol December 410 … Continue reading 7 Sins of Options Trading — Part 3
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away… Nah. Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny… Nah. It was a dark and stormy night… Nah. Okay, we are back. In 2013, Sensibull was founded with a simple mission. “Retail investors should stop making losses”. We figured that the retail losses were … Continue reading We Are Back