Option Chain Analysis, How To Do It

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Option Chain Analysis, How to do it?

नमस्कार मित्रो। एंजेल ब्रोकिंग के इस podcast में आपका स्वागत है ।

Options are a financial derivative. Simply put, derivatives wo financial products hai jinke through aap assets ko own kiye bina unhe trade kar sakte ho. Therefore jo assets pehle retail investors ki reach ke bahar the - jaise ki crude oil - unn mein aaj derivatives ke through retail investors trade kar sakte hai. Therefore, financial markets 2020 mein bahut accessible aur inclusive hai. Options jaise derivatives aapko middle east oil trends jitne door ke trends se bhi profits kamane ka opportunity dete hai. Aur phir angel Broking jaise easy-to-use apps se aap bina koii takleef ke inn options mein invest kar sakte hai.

At their core, options let you monetize your informed predictions about the financial market. Ultimately, market ki kundli bade se bada jyotish bhi certainty ke saath nahi bata sakta. Leikin practice aur patience se market ke baare mein aap informed predictions kar sakte hai. Ye informed predictions ke liye sahi information absorb karna zaroori hai. Iss podcast mein aap seekhenge ki options khareed ne se pehle aapko kis type ka analysis karna hai.

Before investing in an options contract, you need to do an options chain analysis.

Financial markets mein sahi investment wahi hota hai jo technical metrics ko dhyan mein rakhke liya gaya ho.

Options ka analysis uske expiry date se start hona chahiye. Expiry date jitna door hoga, utna options price zyada hoga. Par agar expiry date door hai, toh aapke profit-making opportunities badd(increase) jaate hai. Ultimately, traders make a profit on the stock market through the changes in the prices of stocks. Over a longer duration, the stock price will change more often, providing the trader with more opportunities to make money. Conversely, agar expiry date paas mein hai, toh option ka price relatively kam hoga, aur aapke profit-making opportunities bhi kam honge. Isleye aapko options mein invest karne se pehle khud se poochna hai ki aap short-term volatility se profits kamayenge, ya phir long-term volatility se. If your plans are short-term, then you can buy options with closer expiry dates. But if your plans are long-term, then you must invest in options that expire further down the line.

The second thing to consider is the nature of your bet. Are you betting, based on your background research and analysis, that the stock price of the underlying asset will go down, or up? Agar aapke analysis ke hisab se stock price girne waala hai, then you must buy a put option. Conversely, if you think the price will increase, you should buy a call option. Ye decide karne ke liye aapko underlying asset ke fundamentals dekhne honge. Future mein iss asset ka demand badega ya ghatega? External factors - jaise ki taxation policies - ka iss asset par kya asar hoga? You must ask yourself these questions before choosing between call option or put option.

Moving on, the third thing you should consider is the options’ liquidity. Koii bhi option ki liquidity ka andaza aap uske trading volume aur open interest ko dekh kar laga sakte hai. Open Interest tells you how many options are in open position, ready to be traded. Meanwhile, the trading volume tells you how many options were closed and opened on any given day. The trading volume is constantly updated, while the open interest is updated just once a day.

Finally, you should look at the difference between the strike price and the stock price. Agar aap call option khareed rahe hai, aur strike price stock price se kam hai, then the difference will be part of the premium you will pay to purchase the option. Samjhe nahi? Iska ye matlab hua ki agar koii call option ka strike price uske stock price se zyada hai, toh wo call option aapko zyada cheaply milega. With a put option, ye relationship reverse ho jaata hai. If the stock price is more than the strike price, then the difference is included in the premium for the option.

To put it simply, agar strike price stock price se kam hai, toh put option zyada sasta hoga. Aur agar strike price stock price se zyada hai, toh call option zyada sasta hoga. But just because an option is trading cheaply doesn’t mean it’s your best bet - you should consider other factors as well, including the ones discussed above.

चलिए, एंजेल ब्रोकिंग की तरफ से आपको आज के अलविदा. ये podcast शेयर करना ना भूलियेगा - याद रखियेगा की ज्ञान बाटने से बढ़ता है । और फिर अंत में तोह financial markets एक ऐसी university है जिसमे कोई professor नहीं, सब students ही है ।