An option is a contract giving the buyer the right—but not the obligation—to buy (in the case of a call) or sell (in the case of a put) the underlying asset at a specific price on or before a certain date.

People use options for income, to speculate, and to hedge risk.

Options are known as derivatives because they derive their value from an underlying asset.
A stock option contract typically represents 100 shares of the underlying stock, but options may be written on any sort of underlying asset from bonds to currencies to commodities.

Options are powerful because they can enhance an individual’s portfolio. They do this through added income, protection, and even leverage. Depending on the situation, there is usually an option scenario appropriate for an investor’s goal. A popular example would be using options as an effective hedge against a declining stock market to limit downside losses.

Options can also generate recurring income. Additionally, they are often used for speculative purposes, such as wagering on the direction of a stock.

Options trading allows you to buy or sell stocks, ETFs etc. at a specific price within a specific date. This type of trading also gives buyers the flexibility to not buy the security at the specified price or date...

What you’ll learn in the Options trading Module

Course Content

1-Basic of Options
2-Benefits of Trading in Options

3- Why Trade in Options
4-Option Terminology
5-Types of Options
6-Call Options
7-Put Options
8-Advantage & Disadavntage of Options
9-Option Chain
10-Open Interest Theory
11-Intrinsic value & Time value Calculation
12-What are ITM ,ATM & Options
13-Break Even Price of Options
14-Payoff Graph
15-Implied Volatality Analysis
16 - Options Greeks
17-Single Leg Strategies
18- Multiple Leg Strategies
19-Anchor & Offsel Units
20-Bull Call Spread
21-Bear Put Spread
22-Bull Put Spread
23-Bear Call Spread
24-Short Strangle
25-Long Straddle
26-Short Strangle
27 -Iron Condor
28-Iron Butterfly
29- Weekly Expiry Strategies
30- Monthly Expiry Strategies
31- Hedge your portfolio by using options

  1. Live Sessions available . Timing 12 pm -3pm for Saturday and Sunday.
  2. Recorded Video Lecture .
  3. Live Doubt Sessions available .
  4.  Live Market assistance available.
  5. Support Through Our Telegram Student Channel .
  6. Weekly Options Strategies shared for education purpose .

What you'll learn in this training










Can a person from non-commerce background attend the class and enter the market?

We teach from the basics and have many members who are doctors, engineers,and pilots as well. If they can do it, then you can do it too.

What all methods can I use to do payments?

You can pay using credit card, debit card, cash deposits and by net banking.

What is the difference between Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis?

Technical analysis is for short term like intraday, 5 days or maximum for 1 month, and is done with the help of charts, whereas Fundamental analysis is for long term like 6 months, 2 years and even more,and is done with the help of balance sheets.

Do you have Video Course as Well?

Yes, We do provide Video Course, All Benefits will remain same as Online Webinar. (4 Hour Video Content) – 1 Year Validity with Live QnA Session | Fee – 4999 + 18% GST

Do i need to pay anything extra for the calls that will be posted in the groups?

No, you don’t need to pay anything extra. Calls posted on the group are free of cost for the students.

I have registered for xyz batch but I won't be able to attend it as I have some emergency. can I attend the next batch?

Yes , you can definitely join the next batch in this scenario. Not only this, even if you have already attended a batch, you can still join any other batch without paying the fees again, as our aim is to educate retailers and make them independent.

Would I be getting any assistance after the class?

Yes, as we will add you to our Premium Telegram Channel, you will be provided all the assistance you need even after the class.

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