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Pennant
A horizontal pattern identified by two converging trendlines. It is processed by a sharp and almost straight-line move. It represents a situation where a steep advance or decline has gotten ahead of itself and where the market pauses briefly to catch its breath before running off again in the same direction.
Primary Trend
A trend that usually lasts for more than an year and possibly for several years.
Price weighted Index
It is a method of Index computation in which every component is given a weight in proportion to its prevailing stock price in the market.
Pyramiding
The adding of additional positions as the market continues to move in the right direction. The actual buy or sell signal occurs on the first signal. Here you accumulate more stocks as the prices go up. It is a common saying that one should average in a profit and never in a loss
Put Option

A put option gives the owner the right to sell a future at a specific price.  This price is known as Strike Price or Exercise Price.  The owner of the option can exercise his right on or before the specified date known as Expiry Date or Maturity.  If the owner does not exercise his right till expiry date, the option lapses.
In-the-money
In case of put option, the option is treated as in-the-money if market price is less than strike price.
At-the-money
The option is treated as at-the-money if market price is equal to exercise price.
Out of-the-money
The option is treated as out-of-money if market price is higher than the strike price.
Example:- Suppose if Niftys spot price is Rs.  2000 then put1950 will be called out of-the-money, put 2000 is at-the-money and put 2050 would be called in-the-money.

 


   
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