If Price is Up and Open Interest has also Increased, isn’t it safe to assume that the Buyer had lower bargaining power in creating positions? In other words, if I am expecting Stock X at 100 to go up to 110, I wouldn’t mind Buying it at 101 as at this moment the position creation is more essential than hunting for bargains. … [Read more...] about Unveil the directional bias with open interest analysis: Shubham Agarwal
The sudden liquidity crunch after the note ban has seen consumption sectors such as auto, real estate, building materials, consumer durables, etc., take a severe beating. The rural economy has also been adversely affected as cash crisis led to a slowdown in the small scale businesses resulting in job losses. However, the economy is expecting remedial action through the Budget. … [Read more...] about Lower tax rates to spur consumption; infra spend to revive capex
Presently, these are the specimen provisions and the actual exemptions are yet to come. Regulators need to consider to exempt ESOPs as well as private placements from the levy of long-term capital gains tax upon non-payment of securities transaction tax at the time of acquisition. (Writers is AVP & Head – ESOP Services, Corporate Professionals Capital) … [Read more...] about Will Budget 2017-18 render ESOPs unattractive?
Certain aspects that are a common cause of conflict during a claim are unawareness about the waiting periods when it comes to pre-existing illnesses and certain specific diseases such as cataract, kidney stones etc. followed by capping on the room rent, sub-limits in treatments and policy deductibles etc. This conflict occurs when a purchase is made purely on the basis of pricing, where coverage is overlooked and price becomes the sole decisive factor. When a sale is made on pricing it is most likely that the plan does not meet your requirement and is not very comprehensive with conditions that may make insured a party to the claim, which the policyholder may not be aware of while purchasing the policy. … [Read more...] about Beyond the bill: It’s time we start looking at health insurance as an investment
In a typical IRL session, the Crave technician, who specializes in manufacturing the vibe, works with a small group of six people to assemble the vibrator and answer all your questions. While it might seem uncomfortable to build a vibrator with strangers at first, that’s the point, according to Chang. “It created a space where people can just talk about their experience, whereas it was previously taboo. That experience normalized what people may have thought was weird.” This tracked with the experience of Ahnalisa Miller, a California-based designer who’s developing an intimate skincare line and who went through an IRL build session before lockdown. At first, Miller says people avoided eye contact and giggled, but by the end of the process, the group was more comfortable and conversational about sexuality and the product itself. … [Read more...] about SF sex toy designer debuts “build-your-own vibrator” parties on Zoom