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Saturday, 15 July 2017

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How Can Open Interest Be Implemented in Future Trading

There are thousands of technical indicators and trading strategies with the help of which you can become the successful trader and earn fat profits. The traders cannot imagine their survival in share market trading without technical indicators and oscillators. Thus in this post, you will get to learn detailed knowledge of open interest based trading. However, you may find difficulty in understanding open interest if you are novice trader but it is not impossible to implement.

Open interest is an indicator that frequently used technical analysts and traders to verify the market trends and trend reversal for both the markets of futures and options, thus they are capable of generating accurate nifty future tips. Open interest shows the total number of option and future contracts on a stock or security. However, in technical analysis, the analysts give importance to the combination of volume and open interest while performing in share market trading. When the volume is used in combination with open interest, it represents the total number of shares and contracts, which change its hands in one-day trading session in the commodities and stocks. The trading volume depends on the amount of trading during a market session. If a number of stocks traded throughout the market are larger, then the volume is higher and vice versa, if a number of stocks traded during the market is less, then the trading volume is less. Volume shows the determination of strength or stress after the trend in the price. 



The trend is expected to continue rather than reverse when the volume is high. When the price of the stock increases and volume and open interest is high then the market is said to strong or bullish. If the price action decreases in a downtrend and the open interest on the declination are broken up as new money coming into the market then this is measured to be the bearish market.
If the price of the stock decreases with high volume and the open interest on the inclination is interrupted as new money coming into the market than the market is measured to be weak or bearish. This situation hints the technical analysts for new aggressive short selling. If the open interest is decreasing and the price of the stock is also declining with low volume then the market is measured to be strong or bullish.
Each trade executed on the market exchange has an impression on the stage of open interest for that particular day. 

A rising open interest says that the new money is flowing in the marketplace and the current trend will continue. When the open interest declines, it means that the market is closing up and the current price trend is supposed to be at the end. The stabilizing of open interest subsequent a constant price of stock advance is frequently a premature notice of the end of an up trending or bull market.

                  




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