option trading in future

Jun 28th, 2015
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Outlining your options The advent of trading in options in India opens up exciting investment opportunities with a new vocabulary and understanding. Should you “straddle” or “strangle?” Or perhaps create your own “combination?” By taking up one option strategy every week, we hope PUT & CALL will clarify such questions and more. We will correlate theory to real-world examples from the Indian markets, complete with an Excel worksheet to instantly calculate payoffs. For starters, here’s how to straddle the new world of options.

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