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Lots of traders trade only out of the money options. Read to know the reality of trading Out of The Money OTM options.
There are two types of speculative option traders:
1. Those who trade only ATM (At The Money) options, and
2. Those who trade only OTM (Out of The Money) options.
Very few trade In The Money ITM options.
Most traders start with At The Money options then move to Out of The Money Options to try their luck.
Buyers when they lose become sellers and sellers when they lose become buyers. And most option traders start trading with Index options. In India Nifty Options is the most traded options.
Therefore there is rarely low liquidity in Nifty Options trading.
Option Buying or Selling is a Game of Probability
NSE spot price is 9,642.15 as on 01.01 pm, 06-June-2017.
Today NSE is falling, so for most traders probability of success of selling Call Options is more than that of probability of success of selling Put Options.
Tomorrow the story may change.
To avoid taking chances traders try to sell very far Out Of The Money options, especially near expiry. This is more fun oriented than logic oriented.
One plunge down on expiry day can even push far out of the money options into at the money options and it may take away years of profits of the far out of the money option sellers.
Story is same with far out of the money option buyers.
They get attracted by low premium and low risk options. On expiry day or a few days before expiry when option premiums are low, these traders buy very far out of the money options hoping the stock may take a drastic move and they can make a lot of money.
Most of the times it does not happen and they end up losing money.
When move actually comes they are either not trading that side, or they exit in a small profit.
Buying low premiums out of the money options is like buying a lottery. At least if they win a lottery, they end up making a few lakhs or even crore, but in options trading maximum profit also has a limit. One trade cannot make lakhs of profits.
Unfortunately by the time a trader understands it’s too late.
Once they realize they are doing a mistake they look for tips – again a huge mistake and they lose more.
Then they start looking to educate themselves or do a course. Some of my clients have been though the above hell then did my course.
Educated yourself before trading options and getting into the game of speculative trading or playing the game of probability.
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What you should do now1. If you have still not subscribed for my free 5 days course you can do by filling the form above. You will learn a lot about option trading.
2. If you are a new option trader, not much experienced and are making losses you can do my paid course. I recommend Nifty Conservative Option Course for beginners because it is easy to understand and easy to trade. Even a 18 year old young trader or a housewife can learn it and start trading from next day. It will help you to earn consistent monthly income without any software or speculation or stress or big risk. You will learn proper hedging strategies that works in any market condition.
3. If you are banknifty weekly options trader you can do my Bank Nifty Weekly Options & Futures Strategy Course. You will learn future and option hedging strategies that works in volatile market condition.
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Here is complete process of my course1. Once you pay I will send you the course materials for studying to your email.
2. You read and ask me questions via phone/whatsapp/email to clear doubts.
3. Then you start paper trading and still can ask me questions.
4. After about one month you can start trading.
5. Since doubts can come anytime the support will be there for one year.
Within one month you can start trading on your own. No need to depend on anyone once you are on your own.
If you have any question you can contact me.
You can read about me here and my trading mistakes here.
Dilip Shaw, Founder