Using Straddles & Strangles to profit from market uncertainties
Straddles and Strangles are option strategies that allow investors to profit from significant moves in the underlying, irrespective of the direction. The strategies are generally used when traders notice or perceive that the options premium/s are mispriced due to a future event and may not represent the actual outcome of the underlying.
A quick understanding of the concept, risks and how they are different from the other.
Highlights of the features, risks and rewards of the SLB scheme launched by NSE
Are you a long term investor having securities in your demat account and interested in earning some extra bucks by lending them?
Are you an arbitrager looking to enter a reverse cash & carry trade but do not have the securities to execute the strategy?
If your answers to the above questions are a “YES,” then the SLB scheme should work for you, but before jumping into the benefits, let’s understand the concept, features, process and the market for SLB’s.
Take a look at the amazing features of Protrader charting and Options Master
We are pleased to organize our next FREE WEBINAR for retail traders and investors in the Indian financial markets on the advanced technical analysis and options trading features of our multi- asset trading platform, Protrader. The webinar will focus on all the key functions that our platform has to offer when it comes to building charts & options strategies.
Some of the topics covered in the webinar are highlighted below-
The webinar will unleash the amazing features of the C# program used to power Protrader
Compositedge is delighted to organize a free webinar for retail algo traders and investors in the Indian financial markets to highlight the cutting-edge technology of our multi- asset platform, Protrader.
The webinar will focus on all the key features of our algo platform such as
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