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  1. While trading which chart to follow nifty 50 or nifty 50 futures? Both have different story and signs sometimes and same with stocks should follow stocks chart or their futures chart?

  2. 9.48 buying put option is 90% better than going short with futures in volatile market… if market takes reverse direction unlimited loss in future but not in options only limited loss i.e. premium only and loss in options can be minimised by selling far OTM options and hold them till expiry to avoid slippages & options Greeks effect

  3. Buy 500 in cash market. And sell 450 CE. which may be trading at 65 Rs. If market goes up 15 rs is yours if market comes down lets say 450 then also 15 rs is yours. Risk starts from below 435. If so you have to wait market to comes up.. all 65 rs is yours if it goes below 450 on expiry and market back to 500 later..

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