Iron Condor Options Strategy in AXISBANK

Best Iron Condor options strategy in AXISBANK for November Expiry

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Hey Folks! I hope you are doing good. Through this blog, I try to share some options strategies so that we can earn together. Today I’m sharing an Iron Condor Options Strategy in AXISBANK for November Expiry. Read this post till the end to know the strategy and adjustments.

Before we jump to our strategy, let us understand what is an Iron Condor Options Strategy first. I have written a detailed article with an example for those who want to learn this Iron Condor options strategy.

So before you deploy this strategy in a live account, you should have a proper understanding of this strategy and its behavior. So spend some time learning the strategy first.

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Iron Condor Option Strategy in AXISBANK

The first step to initiate an iron condor option strategy is to find the range of that particular stock. Let us look at the chart and analyze option chain data to find the range for coming sessions.

AXISBANK chart today

After a sharp decline, you can see that AXISBANK is trading in a range. We need that type of stock only for the Iron Condor options strategy. Now based on the chart, 700 is acting as a strong support level and 820 is acting as a resistance level for coming sessions.

So based on this range (700 – 820), we can select our strikes based on the above range and Open interest data. Let us look at the option chain data to confirm this range.

Open Interest analysis of AXISBANK

Open interest analysis of AXISBANK

Based on the Open interest chart, we can see that 800 is acting as an immediate resistance zone and 700 is acting as an immediate support zone. Max pain is at 750, an indication of expiry level.

This is confirmed with Open interest that 700 to 800 can be the range in AXISBANK for the coming sessions. So we can use this range to make the Iron Condor Options strategy.

Iron Condor Options Strategy in AXISBANK

Iron Condor Options Strategy in AXISBANK

Possible adjustments for this Options strategy

You can follow the below adjustments for this Iron Condor options strategy.

  1. First, you can follow these breakevens (700 & 800) as a stop-loss means you can close your strategy after a breakout or breakdown from this range.
  2. Or If the loss is more than 6000₹, close this strategy.
  3. You can shift you PUT Spread to higher levels and make it an iron butterfly after a successful breakout from 8000. You can do the same with Call Spread i.e. shift your Call spread to lower levels after a sustainable breakdown from 7000.

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