# Divergences are best secret reversal indicator and continuation signals

Divergences can be a momentum traders best friend, it can tell you many useful things such as trend continuation or trend reversal. Unfortunately, for many beginning traders (and some advanced) they can be very hard to spot on a chart.

However there was an easier way to spot and use divergences in your strategy by using the indicator  designed by a user named LonesomeTheBlue on TradingView and is called Divergence For Many Indicators v4

## How does it work?

The indicator checks for divergences between current and any of last 16 Pivot Points (configurable) for the oscillators on each candle. It then shows a shape on the candle indicating that there is … Read the rest

## How to avoid losses in Options using open interest

We have other articles where we exained open  interest clearly.  Today only we can cover how we can avoid losses in Options/Futures using Open interest.

1. Mark high OI and Change in OI strike prices which acts like support and resistance.
2. Make sure Futures OI is analyzed to see if money is flowing in on buy side or sell side with Change in OI.

## Probability theory:

A field of mathematics concerned with the examination of random processes is known as probability theory. A random event’s outcome cannot be predicted before it occurs, although it could be any of multiple possibilities. The final result is said to be dictated by chance.

## Now how does that apply to stock market?

A Stock/index has three probibilities that is

1. it can go up that is increase
2. it can go down that is decrease
3. it can remain around same price

So, there is 33.33% probability of a event above happening.

## Now, how does this apply to stock/index options?

Call option and put option have 33.33% of success, so that is very clear to anyone.

Stock remaining around same price … Read the rest

## Option Buyer or Seller ? What makes things work?

Why would a trader elect to take the risk the money on buying options or selling options for premiums.

The main Greeks that work against Option buyer is Theta / Time Decay.

Next comes with owning negative-Gamma positions. For the option owner to earn a profit, the underlying stock must move in three ways.

Move in the right direction (up for calls, down for puts)
Move quickly to prevent the loss of too much money to Theta (time decay)
Move far enough to overcome the cost of buying the option
That is a lot of movement and most traders have a difficult time predicting market direction without a time … Read the rest

## What is  Synthetic Long ( risk reversal) Option strategies?

A synthetic long Option strategy is for options trading that is designed to mimic a long stock position. Traders create a synthetic long asset by purchasing at-the-money (ATM) calls and then selling an equivalent number of ATM puts with the same date of expiration.

Synthetic long assets carry an infinite amount of risk, but they also carry an infinite amount of potential return. The synthetic long asset position is a less expensive approach to trade than buying a comparable number of shares of the underlying stock outright. Because the cost of the call options is at least partially offset by the money obtained for selling the put options, it can be … Read the rest

## Option Strategies – Synthetic Short (risk conversion)

The synthetic short stock options strategy consists of simultaneously selling a call option and buying the same number of put options at the same strike price. Both options must be in the same expiration cycle. As the strategy’s name suggests, a synthetic short stock position replicates shorting say 100 shares of stock.

Synthetic Short Stock Strategy Characteristics

## Synthetic Short Strategy ‘s general characteristics:

Max Profit Potential – it defined by below where the selling and buying the same strike price can result in debit or credit net premium. Breakeven point is simple as explained below

Max Loss Potential: Unlimited

Expiration Breakeven

If the synthetic is entered for a debit premium then breakeven … Read the rest

## Option Chain Analysis in Trading

First lets cover the basics of Option chain….

1. What is open interest?
2. How to study option chain table
3. The element of the option chain table
4. How to interpret option open interest
5. Use of open interest
6. Market Structure Principles

Price moves within a structural framework of the supply and demand zone. A breakout of the structural framework supply and demand zone will lead to price movement in the next area of the framework of the supply and demand zone

##### OPTION CHAIN COMPONENT

###### WHAT are ITM (IN THE MONEY) OPTIONS?
1. A call option is said to be in ITM if the strike price is less than the current spot price of the security.
2. A put option is

# How to get Narrow CPR stock on daily basis?

We uploaded NR7 and NR Stocks where possible here

Narrow CPR Stocks or Narrow CPR formed for below stocks

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Bullet points to remember:

1. Narrow CPR screener – chartink link will be provided shortly
2. Narrow CPR excel formula – Excel sheet calculator will be provided
3. Narrow CPR strategy – as explained above buy above R1 and Previous day breakout and sell below S1 and Previous day low breakout.
4. Narrow CPR formula – as explained above TC to BC range must be narrow compared to other days