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Nifty remain Negative Note; Bharti Infratel, HPCL, Infosys top losers

Equity benchmark indices were trading choppy amid mixed Asian cues in Tuesday’s trade. Selling in telecom stocks, O&G, Auto, metal and IT stocks weighed on Nifty-50 and Sensex indices. The NSE Nifty index was trading 23 points down at 10,340 levels, while BSE Sensex was 42 points down at 33,223 at 11.44 am. Shares of Axis Bank up 4.30%, Power Grid Corporation up 1.98%, Ambuja Cements up 1.75%, HCL Tech up 1.57%, IndusInd Bank up 1.13%. Other top gainers in Nifty-50 index include Cipla Ltd, HDFC, Hindustan Unilever Ltd, YES Bank, Wipro Ltd, Oil & Natural Gas Corpn and Tata Steel. ...
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Sensex, Nifty end at record closing highs, PSU bank stocks gain

Closing Update- Indices settled higher as renewed buying was seen on the exchanges today, 30 Oct 2017. The BSE Sensex rose 108.94 points or 0.33% to 33,266.16. The Nifty 50 index rose 40.60 points or 0.39% to 10,363.70. There were 1,696 advances against a decline of 1,032 shares, with 148 shares unchanged, indicating positive breadth floating in the market. The BSE Mid-cap Index ended up by 1.13% at 16,565 while Small-cap closed higher by 1.25% at 17,519. Yes Bank, Lupin Ltd, Bharti Infratel, Eicher Motors, and Tata Motors are among the gainers, while Wipro Ltd, Mahindra & Mahindra, HUL...
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Bear Put Spreads Option Strategy

Bear put option strategy is employed when the trader think the price of the underlying asset will go down moderately in the near term. In this strategy, the trader buys an in-the-money-put-option of higher strike price and sell an out-of-money-put option of lower strike price of the same underlying security with the same expiration date. By using this strategy the options trader reduces the cost of establishing the bearish position. By shorting the out-of-the-money put, the options trader reduces the cost of establishing the bearish position but forgoes the chance of making a large profi...
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