Implied Volatility Trading Strategies – Option Chain Analysis (HINDI)

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Implied Volatility Trading Strategies revolve around future volatility and the probability of a stock or index to reach specific strike price. In layman terms, implied volatility is the opinion of the market on the stock or index’s potential move. In case of high implied volatility, the option premium is also high thus large price movement is expected.

Implied Volatility does not tell anything about the direction of the stock or index movement. It only tells expected price movement in either direction. In case of low implied volatility, the option premium is also LOW thus not much price movement expected.

In case of high implied volatility, professional traders prefer to sell PUT options and avoid buying call options. Whereas in case of low IV, they prefer to buy a call option and avoid selling a PUT option.

The definition of high or low implied volatility also differs from stock to stock or index. Secondly, the definition also varies for high and low beta stocks. I use IV to find out risk-reward ratio and also the potential entry & exit points i.e. range of the stock or index. Normally IV is high if some news is expected.

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Nitin Bhatia says:

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Amit kumar says:

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nagaraj acharya says:

Sir pls can u tell me how any companies both side of options fall, specially on quarterly result day, why this happens, nd how to determine whether stock goes up or down based on quarterly result, some times even though result has possitive nos. Stock falls, some times even though result has negative nos. Still price goes up, is there best way to determine before result day nd take position

VIPUL CHAUHAN says:

Sir excel sheet to nahi mil rahi aapki site par.

Rupa Deb says:

Hii..as per your suggestion I have tried to download option chain xcel from your website but it is showing error that the page is not exist anymore.

Jivan Kolate says:

Sir,
Which IV to be considered , IV from Put side OR IV from Call side,

Please reply

Brajendra Nandan Pattanayak says:

How to know,in which strike price call/put writing is going on?

Shree Benadikar says:

sir,how u had calculated 68%( on 8.55 min) chances in this video

Krishnakumar Kulkarni says:

Sir,
in below case which side ( Call/Put) IV needs to considered?
In case of high IV, professional traders prefer to sell PUT options and avoid buying call options. Whereas in case of low IV, they prefer to buy a call option and avoid selling a PUT option.

Maisnam Keshorjit says:

No such excel sheet found

Debanjan Chakraborty says:

Sir, from where can we get live IV …Is there any site from where we can get live chart of IV and option price…

Hltrading Stocks says:

sir where to find historical iv data on nse website

Hltrading Stocks says:

awaiting for your video on option chain where you would explained how you use iv for taking entry and exit points.

sagar gundkal says:

Sir this video was very quick did not understand fully…Can you please make another video with 1-2 examples

sagar gundkal says:

Sir this video was very quick did not understand fully…Can you please make another video with 1-2 examples

Jeetendra Kumar Jena says:

Sir, Kindly share the spreadsheet

kamal kukreja says:

i am a member of your whatsapp group,today i tried downloading link for IV excel sheet but it seems it is not available now,please suggest how to get.

Manovijay Palan says:

You have very well explained various high and low IV definition used by professionals for nifty and beta stocks, can we refer nifty iv definition to bank nifty too.

Arvind P R says:

Sir .. you said,
High IV: Put (Sell)
Bull 21-24
Bear 38-40
sideways 20-21

Low IV (Call Buy)
Bull 15-16
Bear 21-22
Sideways 12-13

I think these are the numbers you shared. I know this is not bible but just an indication. Does this apply for BankNifty also?

Jitendra Dixit says:

What is high and low IV for any stock?
Thank you.

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