created : 7 months ago| |  live deployment: 9

created : 7 months ago |  live deployment: 9

IPL - Wait and Trade - Nifty, Bank Nifty

Strategy description

This Strategy is created byNiveshalaya  , our team who has more than 20 years of experience in the trading, arbitrage, and broking industry, we have more than 800 satisfied clients. In our long journey, we have developed some easy-to-use strategies, This strategy is suitable for Aggressive investors.

• IPL - Index Premium League

• Wait & Trade

• This strategy is built on Python - Dynamically select strikes for trade, then we will wait for entry condition.

 In this strategy, we will sell daily 1 lot of Bank Nifty and 1 lot of Nifty Strangles, entry by the closest premium

• Expiry Day - It takes additional 2 trades with a hedge(Currently not working)

• Stop Loss - 2500/_

 Total Margin Requirement 300000+10000 DD = 3.1 Lakh

 We use order type as Normal because we do not want to square off 0 values options on expiry days(Cost Saving)(Currently not working)

Note - For a better understanding of our strategy, please do paper trading for at least 15 days.

Strategy Cost

We will try to keep the strategy cost-free for our clients and 5% monthly profit sharing for other broker's accounts

"Every good thing comes with a price tag, our price is your Happiness"

We hope that, after seeing our performance, you will definitely refer us some clients.

We offer a very competitive brokerage rate with online trade monitoring via our Multiuser Trading Software and from our back-office software, in any technical glitches of Tradetron, we are always there to square off or book profit from our end. If you are interested to open an account with us Whatsapp me for Brokerage Enquiry and keep all our strategies free. 

Disclaimer - Investments in mutual funds, equity shares, options, etc, are not obligations of or guaranteed by and are subject to investment risks.

We’re not a SEBI registered advisor. All the information provided by me or our team is for educational/informational purposes only.

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