Futures & Option Strategies

Future & Options Strategy Course

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Basic Technical Analysis
English, Hindi, Bengali
Learning Mode
Online Classroom
3 Months
Mr. Susanta Malik

With Options, you will learn how to control underlying security in equity, currency or commodity markets for a fraction of its market price, without even holding it in your Demat or Trading account. You will learn how to trade with Advanced Options Strategies which will help you to take benefit of – Underlying Price Movement, Time Decay, and Implied Volatility Changes. Not only that our Future & Options course teaches you how to find if an Option strike price is underpriced or overpriced. You can make money with any market directions/moves. Also, our course will help you to manage risk, hedge your portfolio and make profits from your trades.


Intended Participants

  • Those who want to pursue a career as a Technical Analyst
  • Retail & Professional Traders
  • Financial Service Professionals
  • Brokers and Sub Brokers
  • Introduction to Derivatives & Understanding the Concept
  • Economic Role of Derivative Contract
  • Aplication of Margin in Future Trading
  • Role of L.C GUPTA & J.C VERMA Committee
  • Functioning of Marking to Market
  • Different Types of Traders in Future & Options Market
  • Conception of Forward Contract
  • Difference Between Future & Forward Contract
  • Theoretical Way of Pricing Future
  • Stock Index Future & Its Role in Trading
  • Risk & Advantage of Trading in Future Over Cash
  • Conception of Greek Calculator
  • Conception of Basis
  • Option History & Introduction
  • Option Terminology & Concepts
  • American versus European Option
  • Naked and Covered Call
  • Intrinsic & Extrinsic Value
  • Different Nature of Option
  • Factor that Influence the Value of an Option Premium
  • Open Interest Analysis
  • Participation of Different Traders & Its Effect on O.I
  • Option Spread
  • Exercise

What are the Future & Options?
A futures option, or option on futures, is an option contract in which the underlying is a single futures contract. The buyer of a futures option contract has the right (but not the obligation) to assume a particular futures position at a specified price (the strike price) any time before the option expires.

What is the basic difference between Future & Options?
The main fundamental difference between options and futures lies in the obligations they put on their buyers and sellers. An option gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation to buy (or sell) a certain asset at a specific price at any time during the life of the contract.

How long do future contracts last?
There are two basic positions on stock futures: long and short. The long position agrees to buy the stock when the contract expires. The short position agrees to sell the stock when the contract expires.

What is greek calculator?
Many options traders rely on the “Greeks” to evaluate option positions and to determine option sensitivity. The Greeks are a collection of statistical values that measure the risk involved in an options contract in relation to certain underlying variables. Popular Greeks include Delta, Vega, Gamma, Theta& Rho.

What is Hedging?
A risk management strategy used in limiting or offsetting the probability of loss from fluctuations in the prices of commodities, currencies, or securities. In effect, hedging is a transfer of risk without buying insurance policies.

What is PCR?
A put-call ratio is a popular tool used by investors to gauge the overall sentiment (mood) in the market. The ratio measures how many put options are being traded relative to call options. The put-call ratio is calculated by dividing the number of traded put options by the number of traded call options.

What is the difference between put & call ?
A Call Option gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation to buy the underlying security at the exercise price, at or within a specified time. A Put Option gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation to sell the underlying security at the exercise price, at or within a specified time.