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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? Yes. I asked to omit option ..because option liquidity was bad in the future underlying I am interested in. CFD product not there in our exhange. Yes...its imperfect. phew....I don't see any nice workaround finally :) Thanks for...
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? I wont be able to close the original position in gap up/down !!...simply I'll be crushed ....thats the point I was making ...because market is NOT open 24x7 sorry...I forget to mention that its not forex where 24x7 market is open ...
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? did not like your comment......It did not answer to my query properly. Thanks for your time anyway.
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? Fine .......but problem is , how do you protect yourself from overnight gap up/down risk with this ? I see this risk very high . stop loss order wont work here....Is there any workaround to this ?
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? I understand your point. ..... But position sizing wont help much in my case....because there are no micro lots ....lot size starts with big volume ....I can not control that part....so I am looking at reducing upside and also...
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? But do you suggest to trade naked futures without insurance ? I am not comfortable with that. ........ I am looking for a conservative approach.....I'm willing to sacrifice little profit with a limited risk. Could you please suggest...
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    Re: How to hedge future contract without using Option ? I like your strategy. Could you please tell entry and exit rule to get profit in this Strategy ?
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    How to hedge futures contract without using an option?

    How to hedge future contract without using Option ?
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    Which option strategy to apply for this market outlook?

    @waynl, which Strategy you would like to deploy in such case ? comments please
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    Which option strategy to apply for this market outlook?

    I saw few videos from tastytrade & few material of thinkorswim platform. I have feeling that they advocated for this starategy when expiration is very close..2 weeks ..... But I just started a new month expiry ...I have 30 days to expire ...I am not getting decent premium credit also. I...
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    Which option strategy to apply for this market outlook?

    have some query here. I understand you would favour to close the trade as soon as 50% profit is achieved....you want a slice ...not the full cake...fine. but what I fail to understand is , shall I take a wider strike difference or a narrower strike difference.....I am unable to decide this...
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    Which option strategy to apply for this market outlook?

    I am willing to take a call on (2) Call Credit Spread ..........I am happy as you said 30 days to expire is also good enough for Credit Spread. But I did not understand that blue part of your comment....an example will be excellent in this context. Let me take an hypothetical example. say...
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    Which option strategy to apply for this market outlook?

    correct. How about BEAR CALL SPREAD ? How much winning percentage 3 & 4 normally will give ? approx ? I assume you mean I can apply your Strategies safely if I am 30 days far from expiration. correct.... we dont have micro size lots ....so I can not go with the position...
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    Which option strategy to apply for this market outlook?

    Thanks for the post. bid/ask is good in my stock...acceptable range. Please dont get me wrong ... I would like to post few criticisms on your remark for a healthy discussion. I already had some homework on my own....and so posting some concerns here some issues I find here is .. (3) & (4)...
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