A high probability option strategy in NIITTECH

A high probability option strategy in NIITTECH

Hello guys, How are you? I hope you are doing good. Today I’m sharing a high probability option strategy in NIITTECH. In this article, I will share why and how I choose that option strategy? Read this post till the end and share your feedback in the comment box.

I’m writing this article, not to give any buy/sell recommendations. I just want to share how I’m creating these strategies to generate some consistent returns.

To deploy an Option strategy, You don’t need to be perfect in trend selection or any price action. If you don’t know about technical analysis, that’s too totally perfect.

Only a few things you need to understand before initiating an option strategy. You have to learn, How we calculate the option premium? What are the factors, due to which option premium will effect like Greeks, Implied Volatility, etc

We are talking about these factors very deeply in our Option Strategies – A Mentorship Program

A high probability option strategy in NIITTECH

NIITTECH Chart today

Before going further let s look at the chart first. You can see on 17th December there is a huge upside movement in NIITTECH. Now NIITTECH is trading around 1600 which was its resistance previously.

Now 1600 is a very crucial level, if NIITTECH manages to sustain above this level then we may see some more upside levels. This is a very good stock for your medium to long term portfolio with a positive trend.

Based on the charts we can see 1660 is the first resistance and 1520 is the first support level. Let us look at the Open interest data.

Open Interest analysis for NIITTECH

Open Interest anaklysis for NIITTECH

Based on OI data, Highest Open interest is at 1700 CE and 1500 CE followed by 1600 CE and 1540 PE. PCR for all strikes is at 0.60 which indicates an overbought market.

PCR at 1600 CE is at 0.40 which is acting an immediate resistance level. PCR at 1560 PE is at 4.8 which is acting as an immediate support level.

Based on OI data, we can say 1600 is the first resistance and 1660 is second resistance. on downside 1560 is the first support and 1540 is the second support followed by 1500 as a strong support level.

Now we have a range of 1660 – 1540, based on this range I’m creating a strategy. I’m not keeping a wide range because w have just 9 days to expiry. If we got any breakout or breakdown from our breakevens, we will do the adjustments.

Now one more thing we need to keep in mind that,

A high probability option strategy in NIITTECH – Iron Condor

high probability option strategy in NIITTECH

You can see, our breakevens are 1540 & 1660. So until NIITECH is trading between this range, we will make money. Now, what should be our adjustments if our breakevens breaches?

Possible adjustments:

If you got a breakout from 1660. book profit in PUT Spread and shift it to 40 points higher. means sell 1600 PE and buy 1560 PE.

Same thing you can do with Call spread after a breakdown from 1540. Means shift your 40 points down to 1600.

You can join out Options Strategies – A Mentorship program to learn these adjustments in a practical way.

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