Trading Options In Volatile Markets For 90% Returns

Today is the Union Budget Day 2018. Jaitley Ji has presented us with the budget and as usual, the market has reacted with wide swings during and after the budget. I know many traders have lost money today because they take market too lightly. The volatile market trading strategy is an art, and you need to master it. I am watching budget day trading since 2009 very closely and I have almost mastered the art of trading options in volatile markets. I will share my today’s trading journal with you in this post.

Yesterday I alerted you to trade today’s market with line break charts because it prints less whipsaw in volatility. I have made a tweak in normal line break charts. I advise using a 6 line break chart in a 1-minute chart.

Today, I got 3 signals in the Nifty index with line break charts and mixed and matched the trades with pivot points to decide my targets. First let’s check the line break chart of Nifty index.

Nifty Line Break Chart

First, we got a sell signal and immediately I opened up a buy order in Nifty 11000 put option. I have also alerted my Zero Brokerage Club subscribers to buy this put, check our telegram channel screenshot below:

Trading Options

For the put option targets, I used the pivot points. The first target was reached within next 3 minutes only, 11000 PE hits 145. Even the second target was done within 30 minutes. So I booked full and asked my subscribers to book full too.

Trading Options In Volatile Markets

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Next, I changed to Bank Nifty index charts. I got a buy signal as per my setup in Bank Nifty 1st February 27300 CE. I preferred weekly options because they have expiry today and I love the expiry day options trading. My subscribers also went long on the Bank Nifty call option.

Bank Nifty Options Trading

Both the targets have been achieved within next 32 minutes and I and my subscribers booked full profits. Check the telegram channel screenshot.

Weekly Bank Nifty Options

So, how much profits I made by trading options in volatile markets? If we traded 2 lots in each trade and book 1 lot each in each target in Nifty options my total profits were Rs. 4500 (average 30 points x total traded quantity 150), whereas the total margin needed was Rs. 12600 for this trade. And in Bank Nifty options my total profits were Rs. 12000 (average 150 points x total traded quantity 80), whereas the total margin needed was Rs. 5600 for this trade.

So my total profits were Rs. 16500 against a margin of 18200, i.e, more than 90% return on investment or 90% returns on the margin money. If you are losing money on the stock markets, if you know nothing about trading options in volatile markets, you can join my telegram channel. For this, you need to have a Zerodha account with me. You can click here and enter your details to join me.

Indrajit is a professional blogger and trading system developer. Amibroker expert, WordPress expert, SEO expert and stock market analyst.Trading since 2002, he has started the journey of StockManiacs.net on 2008. He follows Indian and world stock markets closely.



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4 replies

  1. Excellent post Sir,very informative & educative.Thanks.For Banknifty what can be the setting?Will this work in a sideways /non volatile markets?

  2. Sir,i have already got a Zerodha account. how can i join ur group.

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