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Opstra : Nifty Option Analytics Tool

Updated: Aug 18, 2020

The strategy is well designed to handle monthly 700 points of FALL in NIFTY with 5 years of back testing and with use of high-end software MATLAB we have designed full proof innovative Nifty Options Writing Strategy


Salient Features

Avg. Monthly returns are up to 7%

There is no difference whether we deposit our amount in a Bank or implement this strategy

This is strategy where we already know what to do next

The strategy allows Office-goers, IT Professionals, to trade on par with other full-time professional traders

Any person can implement

Totally tension-free trading. Gap Up or Gap Down market openings are a joy to watch.

No Straddle, Startle, Covered Call, Calendar Spreads

No Need of Indicators, Charts (If you know then you will earn more) It's Pure Mathematics

Avoids overheads such as the use of costly software, subscription to advisory services

The strategy is designed in such a way that, We are not predicting anything but taking advantage of direction without Delta Neutral Strategy. We are taking actions after some levels and so on till Nifty moves There are only 3 possibilities Nifty will move up, down or stay flat. The best part of the strategy is that We are not predicting the direction of NIFTY still earning a profit. Only 1% of people know how to get profit by trading options. You can refer here to read more...


https://www.optistrut.com


Also, to track the strategy there is fantastic Opstra App is an options analytics app comprising of several tools that help to find, analyse and track options trading opportunities you can read more at...http://opstra.definedge.com


Free Strategy Builder to Analyse Options Position


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