Saturday, August 21, 2010

Some thing is cooking ... or boiling ... ???????

NIFTY
As on 20-AUG-2010 15:30:16 Hours IST
Instrument TypeUnderlyingExpiry DateOption TypeStrike PriceMarket Lot
OPTIDXNIFTY 26AUG2010CE5500.0050
Price Information
Open Price44.05
High Price55.75
Low Price37.25
Last Price42.20
Prev Close51.70
Close Price-
Change from prev close-9.50
% Change from prev close-
VWAP45.31
Underlying Value5530.65
Number of contracts traded315869
Turnover in Rs. Lakhs875795.76
Open Interest6819550
Change in Open Interest-137000
% Change-1.97
Order Book
Buy QtyBuy PriceSell PriceSell Qty
105042.2042.502500
5042.1042.55850
200042.0542.7050
1235042.0042.80450
70041.9042.90100
414250Total Buy QtyTotal Sell Qty308700

Other Information
Settlement Price-
Daily Volatility0.73
Annualised Volatility13.86
Client Wise Position Limits33100987
Market Wide Position Limits-

And PE ....

NIFTY
As on 20-AUG-2010 15:30:16 Hours IST
Instrument TypeUnderlyingExpiry DateOption TypeStrike PriceMarket Lot
OPTIDXNIFTY 26AUG2010PE5500.0050
Price Information
Open Price30.90
High Price32.45
Low Price21.60
Last Price23.95
Prev Close26.45
Close Price-
Change from prev close-2.50
% Change from prev close-
VWAP26.34
Underlying Value5530.65
Number of contracts traded359519
Turnover in Rs. Lakhs993412.12
Open Interest8747250
Change in Open Interest1058000
% Change13.76
Order Book
Buy QtyBuy PriceSell PriceSell Qty
230023.3523.95700
110023.2024.005850
55023.1024.20750
150023.0524.25350
140023.0024.3050
327300Total Buy QtyTotal Sell Qty831400

Other Information
Settlement Price-
Daily Volatility0.73
Annualised Volatility13.86
Client Wise Position Limits33100987
Market Wide Position Limits-
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The put/call ratio is the volume of put options divided by the volume of call options for a specified period of time. Technical analysts use the put/call ratio to predict market turning points. The put/call ratio is generally considered a contrarian indicator. A high put/call ratio occurs when there is a high volume of put options being traded, and a low put/call ratio indicates that a larger percentage of call options are being purchased. To a contrarian investor, a significantly high put/call ratio suggests that investors are overly pessimistic and therefore indicates a market bottom, while a significantly low put/call ratio suggests that investors are overly optimistic and therefore implies a market top. The put/call ratio must be used with caution as unusual market conditions can cause short-term anomalies in apparent market sentiment, giving analysts a misleading put/call ratio indication.

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