A high probability option strategy in AXISBANK

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Hello folks! I’m trying to share one strategy every week so that we all can earn together. Today I’m sharing a high probability option strategy in axisbank. Read this post till the end to know, why I choose this strategy and what should be the adjustments if the script is moving beyond our breakevens.

Before going further let me share a few things that we need to keep in mind before initiating a strategy. First and the basic thing is: Options of that particular script must be liquid. How to find whether options are liquid or not?

Go to NSE Option Chain and check the Bid/Ask spread. If the difference in Bid/Ask is high that means options are not liquid and you will lose so much money just by taking entries and exits. Let me share an example:

Nse Option Chain
Pic – i (SBIN)

Above Picture is the SBIN option chain, You can see on every strike, the difference in Bid/Ask is very low, which means you will not get any issue when you are going a place an order in this script. Now look at the below picture:

Nse Option Chain
Pic – ii (Equitas)

The above screenshot is EQUITAS Option Chain. Now look at the difference in Bid/Ask, Difference is around 0.50, and lot size is 4900, which means 2450₹ you will pay just by placing an order of only one leg in Equitas. Now I think you calculate yourself, what could be the cost for a four legs strategy?

Where in SBIN its just 0.05 – 0.10 i.e 150₹ – 300₹. and plus look at the volumes that are very low in EQUITAS compared to SBIN. This indicates that SBIN is more liquid compare to EQUITAS.

So select a stock that is highly liquid. This is first and the basic thumb rule to select a stock for an option strategy. Now let’s come to our high probability option strategy in AXISBANK:

A high probability option strategy in AXISBANK

Axisbank support and resistance

The second thing is, nowadays volatility is high in the market which is giving a good opportunity to initiate a credit spread option strategy. Today our High probability option strategy in AXISBANK is basically a credit spread.

The third thing we should keep in mind that we should select a script which is trading in a range. Now, look at the chart of AXISBANK. Based on the chart, 460 – 340 is the range in which AXISBANK is trading nowadays. So we have to select a strategy which can give us a good return between this range.

We can confirm this range with the help of Option chain analysis. Let’s look at Open interest of AXISBANK:

AXISBANK: Option chain analysis

We can see good open interest between 340 – 460. 420,440 & 460 are acting as the resistance levels for this expiry and 380, 360 & 340 are acting as the support levels.

So it’s confirmed that OI too giving us the same range of 340 – 460 in AXISBANK for June expiry.

A high probability option strategy in AXISBANK

high probability option strategy in AXISBANK

As you can see our breakevens are 350 – 470, so this option strategy will give you good return if AXISBANK expires between 350 – 470.

Possible adjustments

You can follow 350 & 470 as your stop-loss levels. means if AXISBANK hit and sustaining beyond these levels you can close this trade. The second thing you can keep 7000₹ as a stop loss, if you are loosing more than 7000₹, book loss and close this trade.

Possible adjustments: If AXISBANK gave a breakdown from 350, You can shift your sold call (460 CE) and bought call (480 CE) to 400 CE and 420 CE respectively. The same thing you can do with Put Spread i.e If AXISBANK gives a breakout from 470, Shift your Sold PUT (360 PE) and bought PUT ( 340 PE) to 410 PE and 390 PE respectively.

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4 thoughts on “A high probability option strategy in AXISBANK”

  1. Thanks sir for sharing option strategy in Axis Bank and wish to inform as under

    Firstly I dont have fund to buy and sell six options

    Secondly I need daily or weekly trading recommendations and not monthly as fund will be blocked

    My need is at least 5000 to 10000 profit per week

    Sorry this type of trade I cannot do due to fund constrain. I need one futures and to hedge one option strategy or one option buy and sell to minimize the loss.

    Hope you will understand my problem sir

    Thanks and regards

    Reply

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