The proof of pudding is in eating and this should rightly be the approach for anyone involved in the capital market. Being skeptical about…

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### Introducing Dynamic Futures and Trading with Trailing Stoploss

Why Learn Futures Trading? Short positions in equities cannot be carried overnight. However, futures allow us to do that. Trading in indices is also…

### Trading Vertical Spreads

Why Learn Vertical Spreads? Vertical spreads allows traders to take directional bets with defined risk and reward. Volatility does impact the strategy but the…

### Trading the High Wave Candle

Every candlestick gives us an insight about the market. Most of the new traders are aware about doji and spinning top candlestick patterns. However…

### Put option basics for beginners

A put option is a contract which gives its buyer the right to sell the underlying at the strike price on which the contract…

### Trading with Greeks on Streak – Part 3 (Delta)

Why should we learn about Delta Options is a derivative product that means it derives its value from that of the underlying. To understand…

### Call option basics for beginners

A call option is a contract which gives its buyer the right to purchase the underlying at the strike price on which the contract…

### Trading with Greeks on Streak – Part 2 (Theta Decay and Time Value)

Options are a depreciating asset, meaning that their value decreases with time.In option pricing, time is extremely crucial. Changes in time have a significant…

### What is Moneyness of an Option Contract?

Moneyness is a concept that is most usually associated with put and call options, and it indicates whether the option would profit if exercised…

### Trading with Greeks on Streak – Part 1 (Vega and IV)

Implied volatility helps us understand the extent of positive or negative movement that the market participants are expecting in coming days. It tells us…