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Implied Volume Volume Open Interest Last Price
Strike Price
Strike
Last Price Open Interest Volume Implied Volume
CALLS PUTS
In the money
Strike Price
Spot Price
Implied Volitility (IV)
Open Interest (OI)
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• In-the-money
• Spot Price
• IV
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• Gamma
• Delta
• Theta
• Vega
• 52-Wk Range: ₹-- - ₹--
• Day's Range: ₹0.00 - ₹0.00
• Bid / Ask: ₹--/ ₹--
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## FAQ

### What are the current active trading strikes of Industries as per the option chain?

As per the NSE option chain data, the current active strikes for the F&O contracts of Industries range from to . It is important to note that not all active contracts have high liquidity. Traders must always check the liquidity before buying or selling any options contract from the option chain.

### What is the ATM (at-the-money) strike of Industries?

The at-the-money strikes are the strikes which are closest to the spot price of the stock. In case of Industries, the current ATM strike for both call and put options is as the current price of Industries is ₹

### What are the ITM (in-the-money) strikes of Industries?

In case of call options, strike prices below the spot price are ITM and all put options strike prices above the spot price are ITM. Currently, the spot price of Industries is ₹. Simply put, call option strikes below and put options strike above are ITM options. To understand the concept of ITM strikes, one must first understand the concept of intrinsic value. It is the difference between the spot price of an asset and the strike price of the option. For call options, intrinsic value = spot price - strike price. For put options, intrinsic value = strike price - spot price. It is important to note that Intrinsic value can only be zero or positive. It can never be negative.

### What are the OTM (out-of-the-money) strikes of Industries?

All call option strike prices above spot price are OTM and all put option strike prices below the spot price are OTM. Currently, the spot price of Industries share is ₹. Simply put, call option strikes above and put option strikes below are OTM options. To understand the concept of OTM strikes, one must first understand the concept of intrinsic value. It is the difference between the spot price of an asset and the strike price of the option. For call options, intrinsic value = spot price - strike price. For put options, intrinsic value = strike price - spot price. It is important to note that Intrinsic value can only be zero or positive. It can never be negative.