Option Chain Analysis – Put Call Ratio – Implied Volatility – Open Interest Analysis

Published on January 31, 2019

Option Chain Analysis – Put Call Ratio – Implied Volatility – Open Interest Analysis

Option Chain Analysis – Put Call Ratio, Implied Volatility & Open Interest Analysis – Option Chain, Put Call Ratio & Implied Volatility explained in this Option trading strategies for beginners video.

In this Options trading strategies video, I discuss about Option Chain Analysis where I show how Open Interest Analysis, Put Call Ratio and Implied Volatility come together to form a holistic framework for options trading.

I have begun this video by explaining basics of put call ratio and implied volatility through Option Chain. I have shown how put call ratio links up with open interest and how implied volatility relates with open interest analysis. Put call ratio can be used as confirmation and contrarian indicator and this remains one of the most popular derivative indicator in Options Trading.

I have pointed out free resources to acquire Put Call Ratio data and data on Implied Volatility. Link to the free websites is given in the Options trading video. Put call ratio can be obtained from NSE website whereas data on Implied volatility has to be manually maintained. It is important for you to have data on Put call Ratio, Implied Volatility and Open Interest for thorough Option Chain Analysis.

I have taken up same example as I took in Open Interest analysis video and shown how Put call ratio and Implied Volatility from option chain can help you point out details about Market movement. I have reasoned why it is important to combine Open Interest Analysis, Put Call Ratio and Implied Volatility to analyse entire Option chain better.

Towards the end I have given out 8 rules which link Open Interest Analysis, Implied Volatility, Put Call ratio and Price analysis together to form basics of Options Trading and Option Chain Analysis. Do watch the video on Open Interest Analysis and Option Chain Analysis which was released few days earlier. Concepts discussed here can be applied for Nifty option chain analysis and Bank Nifty Option chain analysis.

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    1. Sajeesh February 16, 2019
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