Various useful charts for Nifty Options using Options Oracle

Using Options Oracle is usually very simple thing. One can gain more number of informations about the nifty movement when trying to digging
into the Charts and Open Interest part of Nifty Options. Here are some of the useful charts like Option chain, Putcall ratio, Volatility Smile snapshots for Nifty options obtained using options oracle software. To get these charts simply download and install options oracle

Configuring Options Oracle for Indian Option market is simple. Goto the configuration section in the options oracle. Just click on the strong>config button and to open the Configuration dialog box and select Plugin Server India (NSE) from the drop down menu as shown in second snapshot and click on save to Save the current configuration

Configure Options Oracle -Snapshot

Configure Options Oracle -Snapshot

Now go to the Main Application window and in the Symbol text box type Nifty and hit enter. This will load the complete Options Data of nifty and now one can get charts like Nifty options, Volatility smile, Putcall ratio , Volatility cone and even one can try his own option strategies and test and monitor the results and evaluate his/her own strategic performance at real time

Nifty Option Pain – August Series

Volatility Smile – August Series

Put Call Ratio Chart – August Series

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Comments

  1. Veer says

    Dear Rajendran,

    May I request you to elaborate on the put-call ratio -- the interpretation and the implications please. It will be helpful for us to understand.

    Regards,

    Veer

  2. bharath says

    I tried many times to use nifty as a symbol in option oracle. but it doesn’t work. Even though installing several times i couldn’t able to use nifty. pls guide me.

  3. ranjan says

    Dear Rajendran

    why there is difference in implied volatility of option chains in option oracle with that of NSE site

  4. madhabananda jena says

    Hi

    I have installed Option Oracle. To configure Plugin Server India (NSE), I do not get drop down menu in configuration section. Please help how to get drop down menu.

  5. sagar says

    I have installed Option Oracle. To configure Plugin Server India (NSE), I do not get drop down menu in configuration section. Please help how to get drop down menu.

  6. p v rajkumar says

    should options be sold when they are cheap.
    That is, referring to the volatility cone in options oracle, should options be sold when the implied volatility is below the mean value. Please reply

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