Greeksoft Strategy Finder




Greeksoft Strategy Finder is an enhanced tool which will help traders identify the right option trading strategy. A large number of options trading strategies are available to the options trader. Trader has to simply define his market outlook whether he is BULLISH, BEARISH, NEUTRAL or VOLATILE.He can also define Maximum Profit or Maximum Loss along with Volatility. The Strategy Finder will give you the best possible Option Trading Strategies depending on your parameters.

Mentioned below are key features of Greek strategy Finder :-

  • Define the Investment Amount
  • Define your Market Outlook – BULLISH, BEARISH, NEUTRAL or VOLATILE
  • Choose from over 50 Option Trading Strategies.
  • Strategy Finder will give you the best possible Option Trading Strategies along with Portfolio Analysis, Pay Offs and Charts.
  • Trader can identify Net Premium, Maximum Gain and Maximum Loss.
  • Trader can EXECUTE the strategy just by one click.


Will Algo trade leave small traders behind? Not really, it creates some advantages too


Algorithmic trading, or algo trade, has taken financial markets by storm. It is the next step of evolution of trading and, undoubtedly, tomorrow’s trading technology. It can help react to market events faster than the competition to increase profitability in trades.

If data is to be believed, the global algorithmic trading market size is projected to grow from $11.1 billion in 2019 to $18.8 billion by 2024, expanding at a CAGR of 11.1 per cent. Algo trading first entered stock markets in the mid-1980s. Currently, around 75 per cent of the trades across the globe are automated and algo-trading contributes a major chunk of that.

In India, Sebi allowed algo trading in 2008 and since then it has grown rapidly across the various asset classes. Algo trading has picked up in leaps and bounds and is seeing growing interest among large domestic and foreign institutional investors, who trade on proprietary books.

With the gift of technological advancement, this form of trading is picking up with more players and traders joining in every day. Now, option traders, strategists, proprietary traders, arbitragers, jobbers all are active in algo trading.

It would not be wrong to say algo trade can help you make money in microseconds, if you can get the programming right. Algo trading is a clearly defined set of step-by-step operations used for research and analysis as well as trade execution. Skills such as knowledge of financial markets, financial computing, statistics & econometrics and market microstructure are some of the basic requirements to foray into algo trading.

Algo traders create their strategies and then get them back-tested using historical data; a technique referred to alpha of the strategy.

While small traders are worried that algo trading will leave them behind or put their businesses at risk, the fact is it can benefit them, as algo trades increase liquidity in the market and, thereby, simplifies the entry and exit process.

Moreover, increasing depth of algo trading can remove price inefficiencies in traded securities. For instance, when the market or a stock hits a key milestone, such as 200-day moving average or 52-week high or low, algo trading may trigger a large volume of trades.

The opportunities on the arbitrage window are getting smaller day by day in the fight for speed, and algo trading has come in handy there. Despite increasing propagation of fintech solutions, trading is one area that hasn’t been completely automated.

There is more potential for algo trading to flourish in India. However, the future of algo trading adoption will depend on how the regulations and policies shape up. In India, the rules have become tougher. But algo trading continues to exhibit potential for growth in the times to come.

BSE to introduce weekly F&O contracts on stocks from Sept 19

The exchange in a notice said it will “introduce 7 weekly futures and 7 weekly options contracts on stocks in equity derivatives”. 



The BSE on Friday said it will introduce weekly futures and options contracts in the equity derivatives segment in September.

The exchange in a notice said it will “introduce 7 weekly futures and 7 weekly options contracts on stocks in equity derivatives with effect from Thursday September 19, 2019.”

The weekly futures and options contracts will expire on every Thursday of the week, excluding monthly expiry week.

In case Thursday is holiday, the contract expiry will be on working day prior to Thursday and new serial weekly future and options contracts shall be introduced after expiry of the respective week’s contract, the notice added.

Trading parameters such as tick size, price bands and market lot, among others, will be the same as the existing futures and options contracts on existing stock derivatives.

The exchange in the notice also provided a list of 149 stocks along with tick size, lot size and price band on which weekly futures and options contracts will be available.