Future Open Interest (OI) analysis includes an interactive graph that visually presents futures prices for selected index or FNO stocks, alongside critical data points like OI, volume, and VWAP.

Basic Terms:

a) Futures Price: The feature displays the price of futures contracts, which represent the expected future value of an asset or index.

b) Open Interest (OI): OI represents the total number of open futures contracts for a specific index or stock, indicating market sentiment and potential price changes.

c) Volume: Volume data reflects the total number of futures contracts traded during specified time intervals.

d) VWAP (Volume Weighted Average Price): VWAP is an average price calculated based on both trade volume and price, helping traders identify key support and resistance levels.

Why Use It?

-> Traders and investors benefit from this feature by gaining access to essential data and an interactive graph, enabling comprehensive analysis of futures markets.

-> Timeframe customization allows users to focus on specific time periods, catering to various trading strategies.

-> The tool provides insights into market sentiment, trading activity, and potential price movements through OI, volume, and VWAP.


Analysis-> Instrument Overview-> Futures-> Future OI Analysis

How to Use It:

-> Users select their target index or FNO stock and access an interactive graph displaying futures prices.

-> They can then choose their preferred timeframe (1, 3, 5, or 15 minutes) for detailed analysis.

-> Analyze futures prices in relation to OI, volume, and VWAP to make informed trading decisions based on market conditions.


a) What is Open Interest (OI), and why is it important?

-> Open Interest (OI) represents the total number of open futures contracts. It’s crucial as it provides insights into market sentiment. Rising OI can indicate increased interest or potential price volatility.

b) How can I benefit from timeframe customization?

-> Customizing timeframes allows traders to tailor their analysis to different trading styles. Short-term traders can use shorter intervals for quick insights, while longer intervals suit swing trading strategies.

c) How does VWAP help traders?

-> Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is a calculated average price based on both trade volume and price. Traders use VWAP to identify potential support and resistance levels, aiding in decision-making and trade execution.

Additional Resources

Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Trading FNO Stocks -> Link


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