Strike price

The Economic Times  Jun 18  Comment 
The Nifty is expected to trade in the range of 10,700-11,000 for June series with a positive bias.
The Economic Times  Apr 5  Comment 
Options data suggests a shift in trading range to the 10,200-10,450 zone.
The Economic Times  Feb 13  Comment 
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The Economic Times  Nov 1  Comment 
The index has to continue to hold above 10,380 to extend move towards 10,500 and then 10,550.
The Economic Times  Apr 3  Comment 
The highest Call base has moved to strike price 9,500 (3.3m shares) after strike price 9,200, but no major Call option base was seen in other strike prices.
The Economic Times  Jan 18  Comment 
The maximum Call open interest of 50.60 lakh contracts stood at strike price 8,500, which will act as a key resistance for the index in the January series.
The Economic Times  Jan 5  Comment 
Total Put open interest of 61.26 lakh contracts stood at strike price 8,000 which will act as a crucial base for the market in the January series.
The Economic Times  Nov 28  Comment 
Total Put open interest of 66.69 lakh contracts stood at strike price 8,000, which will act as a crucial base for the market in the December series.
The Economic Times  Nov 21  Comment 
Fresh Call writing has shifted the resistance level to lower strike prices such as 8,500 from 8,700. This will not augur well for the bulls.
The Economic Times  Nov 15  Comment 
Total Put open interest of 48.54 lakh contracts stood at strike price 8,200, which will act as a crucial base for the market in the November series, followed by strike price 8,000, which saw accumulation of 45.62 lakh contracts, while strike price...


The strike price is the price at which a derivatives contract can be exercised -- the strike price is independent of the spot price and is agreed upon by the parties entering the contract. For example: A holder of a call option for Exxon-Mobil with a strike price of $82 allows the holder to buy Exxon-Mobil shares at $82, irrespective of what the market price may be.

Strike price is one of the key determinants of the price of the derivative. For call options, those with higher strike prices options are normally priced lower than those with lower strike price, while for put options it is the opposite.

The strike price determines whether the option is in the money or out of the money.

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