Master The Options Trading Strategies With Price Direction

Learn How to Trade Options Effectively Using The Price Direction

Are you looking to enhance your options trading skill in any market direction? Discover the most effective techniques with our "Directional Options Trading Course."

Best Directional Option Strategy Unveiled

Simplifying Options Trading  with Price Action

Our course is your gateway to the best directional option strategies. Directional trading is all about predicting the price movement of stocks or assets. We break down this concept into easy-to-understand strategies so that you can make informed decisions.

Directional Options Trading Course: Your Path to Success

Learn, Apply, and Prosper

With our directional options trading course, you'll gain the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the world of options trading. We simplify complex concepts, teaching you how to benefit from price movements.

Whether you're new to options trading or looking to refine your skills, our course is designed for all levels. Enroll today to start your journey toward profitable directional trading!

Syllabus Of Directional Options Trading Course

Part -I (Price action and terminology of options trading)
  • Demand and Supply analysis.
  • Multiple time frame analysis.
  • Trend analysis, CMO, IMO.
  • Entry & Exit strategy for big profit and small loss.
  • Risk and reward management.
  • Options Basics, Choosing Options over Stocks, Definitions and Terminology.
  • Call & Put and their uses.
  • Types of option, ITM, ATM, OTM.
  • Option terminology, intrinsic value & time value calculation.
  • Managing option positions.
  • Volatility Index, The India Vix
  • Breakeven point. Diagram and mathematical payoff graph for better use.
  • Price decay, pricing and volatility analysis. 
  • Open interest analysis, the hidden meaning. OI analysis with demand & supply.
  • Option chain analysis and how use it.
  • Strike selection process with the help of demand supply, OI data and risk reward management.
  • Option Greeks. Delta, Theta, Vega, Gamma, Roh.
  • Understanding Black & Scholes model and it's application.
  • Option buying and selling based on market scenario.
  • Option selling timing, situation, and management.
  • Hedging with options.

Syllabus of directional Options trading course

Part -II (Options Strategies)

  • Covered Call
  • Straddle
  • Strangle
  • Long / Short Put
  • Ratio Spread
  • Long Call Butterfly
  • Long / Short Call
  • Protective Put
  • Bull Put Spread
  • Bear Call Spread
  • Iron Butterfly
  • Short Straddle

Must read the caution before you join our course

Cautions: Trading in the stock market is risky and there is no guarantee of profit. You could lose some or all of your investment. This course is purely for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional financial advice. This course may help you to make informed desicions and may or may not reduce your chances of loosing money.

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Weekend Live Online Morning Classes / Mon-Friday 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 

Lifetime Support

Course Fee 17500/-

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Frequently Asked Questions...

Who can join this course?

An individual or any corporate body with a  minimum experience of one year trading in stock market and having a graduation degree from any university in any subject is mandatory.

Is it online or offline class?

This is an online class.

If I miss a class will I receive the recording?

Yes you will receive all the recording.

What is the class timing?

It is early in the morning, 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

How long I will receive support after the course?

You will receive suppport for lifeime.

Is installment available for this course?

Yes, you can pay in maximum 2 installments in 10000/- + 7500/- manner.

How to join the course?

Once the date is fixed we will send you an email containing our payment account details and class ID password. Pay the fee as per your convenience before we start the class.

What are options in trading?

Options are financial derivatives that give traders the right, but not the obligation, to buy (call option) or sell (put option) a specific asset at a predetermined price within a set timeframe.

How do call options work?

A call option provides the holder the right to buy an underlying asset at a predetermined strike price before or on the expiration date. This is often used when traders anticipate an upward price movement.

What are put options used for?

Put options grant the holder the right to sell an underlying asset at a predetermined strike price before or on the expiration date. Traders use put options to profit from downward price movements.

Can you explain the concept of strike price?

The strike price is the pre-defined price at which the underlying asset can be bought (for call options) or sold (for put options) upon exercise. It influences option pricing and profit potential.

How does expiration date affect options trading?

The expiration date is when the option contract becomes invalid. Traders need to consider this date when making their trading decisions, as it impacts the time available for the anticipated price movement to occur.

What is meant by an in-the-money option?

 An in-the-money (ITM) option is one that would yield a profit if exercised immediately. For call options, this means the asset's market price is above the strike price; for put options, it's when the market price is below the strike price.

How does implied volatility impact option prices?

Implied volatility reflects market expectations of future price fluctuations. Higher implied volatility generally leads to higher option premiums, while lower volatility results in lower premiums.

What's the difference between American and European options?

American options can be exercised at any time before or on the expiration date, while European options can only be exercised at the expiration date itself.

How do I manage risk in options trading?

Risk management involves techniques such as position sizing, stop-loss orders, and diversification to limit potential losses and protect your capital.

Can you say some common options trading strategies?

Covered Call, Protective Put, Long Straddle, Long Strangle, Iron Condor, Butterfly Spread, Collar Strategy, Bull Call Spread, Bear Put Spread, Diagonal Spread, Calendar Spread, Ratio Spread, Iron Butterfly, Married Put, Long Call, Long Put, Bull Put Spread, Bear Call Spread, Synthetic Long, Synthetic Short and there are many more strategies depends on market conditions.