Open High and Open Low are terms used in stock trading to describe the behavior of a stock’s strike prices at the beginning of a trading day.

Basic Terms:

a) Open High: Strike prices that start the day higher than the previous day’s closing prices.

b) Open Low: Strike prices that open below the previous day’s closing prices.

Why Use It?

-> These terms help traders identify strikes with specific price behaviors at the market open.

-> A stock’s price will grow as a result of higher demand if there are more buyers than sellers—that is if there are more buyers than sellers—of the stock. On the other side, a stock’s price will drop if more individuals are selling it than are buying it.

-> Useful for traders looking for potential breakout or breakdown opportunities.


Analysis-> Instrument Overview-> Options-> Open High Open Low

How to Use It?

-> Select the expiry date.

-> Choose the number of strike prices they want to analyze.

-> Filter strike prices based on either Open High or Open Low behavior.


1)What does it mean when strike prices Open High?

-> When strike prices Open High, it indicates that they started the trading day at a level higher than the previous day’s closing prices, potentially signaling bullish sentiment.

2)How can Open High and Open Low information be useful for trading?

-> Traders can use this information to identify stocks with specific price behaviors, helping them make informed decisions about potential entry or exit points in the market.


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