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
We believe that the government is likely to take corrective measures which would offer remedy to the demonetisation wounds. In our opinion, an increase in the personal income tax slab limits and reduction in corporate tax rates is expected to be the highlight of the Budget in order to revive the consumption cycle. … [Read more...] about Lower tax rates to spur consumption; infra spend to revive capex
Mohini VarshneyaThe Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the Budget for 2017-18 on February 1, 2017. Under the Annexure III to Part B of Budget Speech, certain additional revenue mobilisation (ARM) and anti-abuse measures in the area of direct taxes were announced. This included the proposal to restrict the exemption from long term capital gains in case of transfer of listed shares by providing that the exemption, subject to notification of certain exceptions, shall be available if security transaction tax has been paid at the time of acquisition of such shares where they have been acquired after October 1, 2004. … [Read more...] about Will Budget 2017-18 render ESOPs unattractive?
Given that Indian insurers have the potential to model their offerings in a manner that it is relevant to an individual, it is important for customers to evaluate certain aspects of the health plan they would like to purchase for two primary reasons. One to ensure that they do not face any inconvenience when it comes to claim. Two so that they can reap all the benefits offered by their provider that will not only help them live a healthier life but save on the out-of-pocket expenses towards healthcare. … [Read more...] about Beyond the bill: It’s time we start looking at health insurance as an investment
I couldn’t help but wonder what the point of actually building a vibrator myself was—I mean, it’s no Henry Cavill building a PC from scratch. Turns out, it comes down to a sort of extension of the Ikea effect—that users get more value out of something they build themselves. Miller took it a step further and saw it as a form of empowerment. “I believe when someone puts attention and time into making something, even when it’s preset for you, you create ownership—ownership of the piece, ownership of your own pleasure, and what you like and don’t like,” she says. … [Read more...] about SF sex toy designer debuts “build-your-own vibrator” parties on Zoom