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BANKNIFTY

Future Price 47484.8 and data is for expiry April 18, 2024

CALL Max Pain
by Volume
47500
by Open Interest
48000
by Change in Open Interest
47500
PUT Max Pain
by Volume
47500
by Open Interest
47500
by Change in Open Interest
47500

Future OI

Expiry : April 25, 2024

Time Stamp OI OI Change OI Decoding LTP VWAP
09:15 AM 122025 -1344 LONG UNWINDING 47484.8 47587.85
03:26 PM 125643 2274 SHORT COVERING 47529.45 47580.35
03:22 PM 125871 2502 SHORT COVERING 47522.15 47578.15
03:17 PM 126223 2854 SHORT COVERING 47478.2 47574.71
03:11 PM 126445 3076 LONG BUILD UP 47447.8 47573.95
OPTION CALL OI DECODING

Long Build Up

0

LONG UNWINDING

0

SHORT BUILDUP

0

SHORT COVERING

0
OPTION PUT OI DECODING

Long Build Up

0

LONG UNWINDING

0

SHORT BUILDUP

0

SHORT COVERING

0
BULLISH BUILD UP
0
BEARISH BUILD UP
0

PUT-CALL DIFFERENCE

Active Strike OI

Active Strike
47500
Active Strike CALL OI Decode
-
Active Strike PUT OI Decode
-
CALL PUT
TIME LTP Ch. OI OI Int. LTP Ch. OI OI Int.

Cumulative OI BY TIME

Individual Strike

NIFTY

Future Price 22147.9 and data is for expiry April 18, 2024

CALL Max Pain
by Volume
22200
by Open Interest
22500
by Change in Open Interest
22200
PUT Max Pain
by Volume
22100
by Open Interest
22000
by Change in Open Interest
21900

Future OI

Expiry : April 25, 2024

Time Stamp OI OI Change OI Decoding LTP VWAP
09:15 AM 220691 -11767 LONG UNWINDING 22147.9 22199.35
03:28 PM 238146 5688 LONG BUILD UP 22161.1 22198.99
03:26 PM 237689 5231 LONG UNWINDING 22157.2 22198.92
03:26 PM 237689 5231 LONG UNWINDING 22157.2 22198.92
03:21 PM 237837 5379 SHORT COVERING 22168.3 22198.69
OPTION CALL OI DECODING

Long Build Up

0

LONG UNWINDING

0

SHORT BUILDUP

0

SHORT COVERING

0
OPTION PUT OI DECODING

Long Build Up

0

LONG UNWINDING

0

SHORT BUILDUP

0

SHORT COVERING

0
BULLISH BUILD UP
0
BEARISH BUILD UP
0

PUT-CALL DIFFERENCE

Active Strike OI

Active Strike
22100
Active Strike CALL OI Decode
-
Active Strike PUT OI Decode
-
CALL PUT
TIME LTP Ch. OI OI Int. LTP Ch. OI OI Int.

Cumulative OI BY TIME

Individual Strike

What is Option Chain?

An option chain is a listing of all the available options contracts for a particular underlying asset, such as a stock, commodity, or currency. It typically includes the expiration date, strike price, and the bid and ask price for each option contract.

An option chain can be used to find the right options contract to trade. For example, a trader can use an option chain to find options contracts with expiration dates and strike prices that align with their investment goals and risk tolerance. They can also use the bid and ask prices to determine the price at which they can buy or sell an options contract.

What is Future & Options?

In futures trading, a buyer and seller agree to trade an underlying asset at a certain price on a future date. The buyer is obligated to purchase the asset, while the seller is obligated to sell it. This can be used to hedge against price changes in the underlying asset, or to speculate on future price movements. Options trading is similar, but it gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at a certain price on or before a certain date. The buyer of an option pays a premium for this right. There are two main types of options: calls, which give the buyer the right to buy an underlying asset, and puts, which give the buyer the right to sell an underlying asset. Options can be used for hedging or speculation, as well as for creating more complex trading strategies.

Options trading is similar, but it gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset at a certain price on or before a certain date. The buyer of an option pays a premium for this right. There are two main types of options: calls, which give the buyer the right to buy an underlying asset, and puts, which give the buyer the right to sell an underlying asset. Options can be used for hedging or speculation, as well as for creating more complex trading strategies.

What is Open Interest (OI)?

Open interest is a measure of the number of outstanding option or futures contracts that have not been settled or closed. It represents the number of contracts that have been initiated, but not yet liquidated by an offsetting transaction or fulfilled by delivery. Open Interest is a commonly used metric in options and futures trading, it can be found on most trading platforms, and it can provide valuable information for traders to analyze the market sentiment and liquidity of the underlying assets.

What is Open Interest (OI) build up?

Open Interest (OI) Build-up refers to a situation where there is a significant increase in the open interest of a particular option contract. Open interest is the total number of outstanding contracts that have been bought or sold but have not yet been settled or closed. An increase in open interest can indicate a growing interest in the underlying asset, and can be a sign of increased buying or selling activity in the market.

An OI build-up can be observed in both call and put options and it can be an indication of market participants positioning themselves for a potential price move in the underlying asset. A build-up in call options OI suggests a bullish sentiment and a build-up in put options OI suggests a bearish sentiment.

Traders can use OI build-up as a way to gauge market sentiment and identify potential buying or selling opportunities. For example, if there is a significant build-up in call options OI, it may indicate a good opportunity to buy the underlying asset, while a build-up in put options OI may indicate a good opportunity to short sell the underlying asset.

What is Put-Call Ratio (PCR)?

The put-call ratio is a technical indicator that compares the number of put options being traded to the number of call options being traded. It is used to gauge market sentiment and to identify potential buying or selling opportunities.

A put option is a financial contract that gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to sell a specified underlying asset at a specified price within a specified time period. A call option is a financial contract that gives the holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy a specified underlying asset at a specified price within a specified time period.

When the put-call ratio is high, it indicates that more put options are being traded than call options, which can suggest that investors are more bearish and expect the underlying asset's price to decrease. When the put-call ratio is low, it indicates that more call options are being traded than put options, which can suggest that investors are more bullish and expect the underlying asset's price to increase.

Traders can use the put-call ratio as a way to gauge market sentiment. A high ratio indicates a bearish sentiment and a low ratio indicates a bullish sentiment. Traders also use this ratio as a way to identify potential buying or selling opportunities. For example, if the ratio is high, it may indicate a good opportunity to buy call options, while a low ratio may indicate a good opportunity to buy put options.

It is important to note that the put-call ratio is a short-term indicator and should be considered in conjunction with other technical and fundamental analysis. Additionally, it should be analyzed in context to the market conditions, such as the overall market trend and the underlying asset's own performance.