nifty options

The Nifty is an indicator of the 50 top major companies on the National Stock Exchange (NSE).
nifty options
Nifty is indicators of market movement. If the Nifty go up, it means that most of the stocks in India went up during the given period. If the Nifty goes down, this tells you that the stock price of most of the major stocks on the NSE have gone down.

Nifty options are index options where the underlying is the S&P CNX Nifty index. Only Nifty options Contracts almost 5 years of option expiry contracts so best hedging instrument for traders as well as long term investors. The expiration day for each contract is the last Thursday of every month. Nifty options are the most traded option contracts in India.

Following strike parameter is currently applicable for options contracts on all individual securities in NSE Derivative segment:

The strike price interval would be:

Closing Price
Strike Price
No. of Strikes Provided
In the money-
At the money- Out of the money
No. of additional strikes which
may be enabled intraday in
either direction
Less than or equal to Rs.502.55-1-55
> Rs.50 to = Rs.10055-1-55
> Rs.100 to = Rs.250105-1-55
> Rs.250 to = Rs.500205-1-55
> Rs.500 to = Rs.10002010-1-1010
> Rs.10005010-1-1010


The number of contracts provided in options on index is based on the range in previous day’s closing value of the underlying index and applicable as per the following table:

Index LevelStrike IntervalScheme of Strike to be introduced
upto 2000504-1-4
>2001 upto 40001006-1-6
>4001 upto 60001006-1-6

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