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Derivative Analysis

Protect your securities against fluctuations in prices

Derivatives Course Details

  • Sentimental Analysis/Technical analysis
  • Basic of Options:In the Money – Out the Money – At the Money
  • Payoff Option Pricing Option Pricing models
  • Settlement of Options Contracts Points.
  • Mechanics of Options Trading with Directional Opportunities in the market
  • Stock options and Index Options as risk averted instruments.
  • Use of Quantitative market data to analyze options premium with respect to price, open interest, volume, delivery and IV’S.
  • Using Options to generate income with Hedging Strategies.
  • Open Interest Analysis
  • Option Greeks: Delta, Vega, Theta
  • Correlations between Forex and Nifty
  • Data sheet Modelling, Excel formulas and execution of options strategies
  • Working on RSI with Quant Tools.
  • Naked Option Trading Strategies of nifty and bank nifty.
  • All Under one Roof (Derivatives / Technicals / Quant)

Attend the 1st lecture Free which can help you to learn and earn in stock market with consistent results.

What are Derivatives?

Derivatives are financial contracts that derive their value from an underlying asset. These could be stocks, indices, commodities, currencies, exchange rates, or the rate of interest. These financial instruments help you make profits by betting on the future value of the underlying asset. So, their value is derived from that of the underlying asset. This is why they are called ‘Derivatives’

What is the use of Derivatives?

In the Indian markets, futures and options are standardized contracts, which can be freely traded on exchanges. These could be employed to meet a variety of needs.

  • Protect your securities against fluctuations in prices
  • Earn money on shares that are lying idle
  • Benefit from arbitrage
  • Hedging your portfolio with options

What are Options in Derivatives?

In ‘Option’ is a type of security that can be bought or sold at a specified price within a specified period of time, in exchange for a non-refundable upfront deposit. An options contract offers the buyer the right to buy, not the obligation to buy at the specified price or date. Options are a type of derivative product. The right to sell a security is called a ‘Put Option’, while the right to buy is called the ‘Call Option’.

Why Us?

The course goes on until we are confident about your knowledge and till you are not satisfied with your learning journey. Stock screening, practical sessions carried out on regular basis. All time guidance through social media groups.

Classes scheduled at your residence as per your convenience or at our branches. All software, study material and tools will be provided for smooth understanding purposes.

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You will not only be a technical analyst, but also a system analyst by the end of the course. An additional vantage to all students related to advisory and recommendation a life time support to make you a professional trader.

Attend the 1st lecture Free which can help you to learn and earn in stock market with consistent results.

Are you ready to be financially independent?

Derivative Analysis

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