I will buy call option if nifty cross above
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This 58 is the number by which nifty can go up or down. So on the next trading day the nifty trading range will be Therefore options of strike price either put or call will be good for day trade. Above is NSE site link. Where is other information there please? Suppose my view on Nifty is bullish for intraday for 10 min time. Which option should by buy instantly for few min and sell? Please tell me with an example with NSE option chain quote. Your reply will be highly appreciated. Leave this field empty.
Though stocks have individual news and can move more at times or less , they will generally trend with the E-mini. I then look at where the E-mini is trading based off of its open up or down and the overall direction of the market for the day, and see if Apple is trading in the same direction based off its open.
If so, I will buy an at-the-money, or first strike out-of-the-money, call if heading higher, or put if heading lower. I then give the market 30 minutes to see if the direction I traded is right. If so, I place a stop at half of the value I paid for the option, i. If the market has turned and I am not getting paid, I will get out of the position and look for another opportunity later.
If the trade is going in my direction, then I will reevaluate it at 1: If the market reverses, then I get out. If the market continues in my direction, I stay with the trade and move my stop just to the other side of the open by about 10 cents and then look to re-evaluate the trade at 2: Chart 3 shows Apple and the E-mini on May 26, The E-mini started higher and continued the trend going into 9: The closest strike would have you buying the June call on Apple.
This is just one example of a stock that can be traded throughout the day. Using the direction of the futures to get the trend shifts the odds in your favor of getting paid. There are many stocks out there, just verify that they trend with the E-mini before using them in this manner. Tom Busby is founder of DTI and a pioneer in the trading industry as a world-recognized educator.
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