Nifty closed lower by 58 points yesterday with closing number as 18642.75.

It was of no advantage to our trades as whatever was gained through PUT spreads was given back in CALL spreads.

Overall the day was flat for these trades.

Status of trades as on December 06:

OptionActionQuantityPrice on Entry 17/11/22Price on 0612/22Profit/Loss
CALL 17500 DEC 29Buy10010701408 (Closed)338.00
PUT 19000 DEC 29Buy100608350.00(258.00)
CALL 18400 NOV 24Sell100135.1023.10 (Closed)112.00
PUT 18400 NOV 24Sell100119.3017.90 (Closed)101.40
CALL 18200 NOV 24Sell10089.05 (21/11/22)202.60 (Closed)(112.55)
CALL 18400 DEC 01Sell100121.00387.85 (Closed)(266.85)
PUT 18400 DEC 01Sell10090.506.70 (Closed)83.80
PUT 18600 DEC 08Sell100104.05 (30/11/22)63.90 (Closed)40.15
PUT 18800 DEC 08Sell100135.50 (30/11/22)149.05(13.55)
CALL 18000 DEC 29Buy100940.40 (30/11/22)804.20(136.20)
CALL 18800 DEC 08Sell100125.00 (30/11/22)40.25 (Closed)84.75
CALL 18600 DEC 08Sell100122.15 (05/12/22)119.552.60

Well, we can not force the market for the type of moves we want. We need to wait it out.

Another day of waiting lies ahead.

Disclaimer: This post and examples are for teaching purpose only and are not meant as advice/suggestion to trade in these stocks. Trading in Futures and Options can lead to big losses and should be done with appropriate knowledge and advice only. Mentioning the stocks here does not imply that I have a trading position or likely to take a trade in these stocks.