1.
A Client Sold Nifty 6800 CE April 50 Qty @ 25
i) Calculate Initial Pay off (Payment at the time of transaction) & ii) BEP
Correct Answer
B. I) Rs 25 received by the Client & ii) 6825
Explanation
The client received Rs 25 at the time of the transaction, which is the initial payoff. The break-even point (BEP) is the point at which the client neither makes a profit nor a loss. In this case, the BEP is 6825, which means that the client will start making a profit if the Nifty 6800 CE April 50 Qty goes above 6825.
2.
Yesterday Bought Axis Bank Futures 250 qty @ 1450
Yesterday Bought Tata Steel Futures 1000 qty @ 415
Yesterday Bought Hexaware Futures 2000 qty @ 165
Yesterday Sold 150 qty (3 lots) Nifty @ 6700
Today's opening rate :
Axis Bank 1448, Tata Steel 412, Hexaware 166, Nifty 6675
Calculate P&L if positions sq. up at today's opening rate
Correct Answer
C. 2250 profit
Explanation
The profit can be calculated by finding the difference between the buying price and the selling price of each position and then multiplying it by the quantity. For Axis Bank Futures, the profit would be (1448-1450) * 250 = -500. For Tata Steel Futures, the profit would be (412-415) * 1000 = -3000. For Hexaware Futures, the profit would be (166-165) * 2000 = 2000. Finally, for Nifty, the profit would be (6700-6675) * 150 = 3750. Adding up all the profits, the total profit would be -500 + -3000 + 2000 + 3750 = 2250. Therefore, the correct answer is 2250 profit.
3.
A Client Bought Nifty 6600 CE April 50 Qty @ 25 & Sold 6700 CE April 50 Qty @ 25
What is Client's view ? :
Correct Answer
A. Bullish
Explanation
The client's view is bullish because they bought a call option (Nifty 6600 CE) and sold a higher strike call option (Nifty 6700 CE). This strategy is known as a bull call spread, where the client expects the price of the underlying asset (Nifty) to increase. By buying the lower strike call option and selling the higher strike call option, the client is able to profit from the price increase while limiting their potential losses.
4.
A Client Bought Nifty 6600 PE April 50 Qty @ 25 & Sold 6700 CE 50 Qty @ 25
What is Client's view ? :
Correct Answer
C. Bearish
Explanation
The client's view is bearish because they bought a put option (Nifty 6600 PE) which gives them the right to sell the Nifty index at a strike price of 6600. This indicates that they expect the price of the Nifty index to decrease. Additionally, they sold a call option (Nifty 6700 CE) which gives someone else the right to buy the Nifty index at a strike price of 6700. By selling this call option, the client is betting that the price of the Nifty index will not increase above 6700. Both of these actions suggest a bearish outlook on the market.
5.
A Client Sold Nifty 6700 PE April 50 Qty @ 25
Calculate P&L if Nifty closes at i) 6600 & ii) 6700 on expiry
Correct Answer
D. I) Rs 75 Loss & ii) Rs 25 Profit
Explanation
The client sold Nifty 6700 PE options at a price of Rs 25. If Nifty closes at 6600 on expiry, the option will be in the money and the client will incur a loss of Rs 75 (6700-6600-25). However, if Nifty closes at 6700 on expiry, the option will be at the money and the client will not incur any profit or loss. Therefore, the correct answer is i) Rs 75 Loss & ii) Rs 25 Profit.
6.
Client A Bought 6500 PE Nifty April 50 Qty @ 25. Calculate BEP
Correct Answer
A. 6475
Explanation
The break-even point (BEP) is the point at which the client will neither make a profit nor incur a loss. In this case, the client bought 6500 PE Nifty April 50 Qty at a price of 25. To calculate the BEP, we need to find the average cost per unit. The total cost is the quantity multiplied by the price, which is 6500 * 25 = 162,500. The average cost per unit is then calculated by dividing the total cost by the quantity, which is 162,500 / 6500 = 25. The BEP is the average cost per unit minus the price, which is 25 - 25 = 0. Therefore, the correct answer is 6475.
7.
Client B Sold 6900 CE Nifty April 50 Qty @ 25. Calculate BEP
Correct Answer
C. 6925
8.
Client A Bought 6500 PE April 50 Qty @ 25 and Client B Sold 6900 CE Nifty 50 Qty @ 25.
What is the maximum Profit that they can make if position turns in their favour ?
Correct Answer
D. Client A - 6475, Client B - 25
Explanation
Client A bought a put option (6500 PE) and Client B sold a call option (6900 CE). Both options have a strike price of 25. If the position turns in their favor, Client A can make unlimited profit because the put option gives them the right to sell the underlying asset (in this case, Nifty) at the strike price, which is lower than the market price. Client B, on the other hand, can only make a profit of 25 because the call option gives them the right to buy the underlying asset at the strike price, which is higher than the market price. Therefore, the maximum profit they can make is Client A - 6475 and Client B - 25.