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Positional Derivatives Strategy in Nifty (Long Straddle)

Nirmal Bang | 23 Jan, 2017  | Follow Author | Add to my Favourites 
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Date: 23 JANUARY, 2017

Scrip Name: NIFTY


Buy 1 Lot Nifty 8400 CE at 33

Buy 1 Lot Nifty 8400 PE at 38

Margin Requirement – Rs 5325 (approximately)

Max Profit: Unlimited if Nifty expires above 8471 or below 8329

Keep a SL of 35 points or Rs 2625 Loss

Maximum Loss: Rs 5325 (71*75) if Nifty expires at 7400 (if one doesn’t keep SL)

Target 70 points

Upper Breakeven: 8471

Lower Breakeven: 8329

Reason – Nifty contract is up for expiry in next two days. The Iv's have been lower and we expect the index to give at least 100 points move in either direction before the expiry which will help the strategy gain profit.

Pay off:


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