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Which is safer buying or selling options?
A put buyer has the right to sell the shares at the underlying strike price, should the option move into the money, while the call buyer has the right to buy the shares at the strike. As such, the options seller takes on more risk, which increases the further the underlying shares move against them.
Is bank Nifty safe?
Bank NIFTY is an attractive script for investors looking to make a profit quick, however its volatility warns caution against the risk.
Do you recommend options trading in nifty and Bank NIFTY?
Yes, I will recommend options trading in Nifty and Bank Nifty to only serious learners of the market. Options Trading is a highly risky and highly profitable business. But once you master your hands-on trading options in Nifty and Bank Nifty than it’s bread and butter for you.
Should you invest in Bank NIFTY or Nifty Financial Services Index?
As it is complete package of Indian financial sector, and not only banks, Nifty Financial Services index could be a better option to take exposure to the entire financial sector, while Bank Nifty limits you within banking. (Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are that of the writer.
Is Bank NIFTY better than stock FNO?
Yes it is better because it moderates the risk envelope given the fact that the fno segment is riskier than stocks…so in terms of risk bank nifty fno is lower than stock fno and higher than stock equity. For any of us, Returns can be increased by taking more risk.
What is the difference between banknifty and bankbanknifty?
Banknifty is the benchmark index of banking sector companies which represents the weighted average of banking stocks listed on NSE. Whereas Banknifty is a basket of 12 stocks that are supposed the represent the banking sector of the Indian economy. Follow my blog delhidaytrader dot com and visit me on twitter @discplinedtrder for more learning