Bull spread Strategy on DIVI’S LAB
Buy DIVI’S LAB MAY 4000 CALL at Rs 157 & simultaneously sell 4200 CALL at Rs 95
Lot Size 200
Cost of the strategy Rs 62 (Rs 12400 per strategy)
Maximum profit Rs 27600 If DIVI’s LAB closes at or above 4200 on 27 May expiry.
Breakeven Point Rs 4062
We have seen long build up in the Divis Lab Futures on Thursday where we have seen 21%(Prov) rise in the Open Interest with price rising by 0.7%.
The short term trend is positive where it is trading above its 5-, 20- and 50-day EMA.
Plus DI is trading above Minus DI while ADX line is placed above 25, Indicating momentum in the current uptrend.
The stock price has broken out on the daily and weekly chart.
Oscillators like RSI is showing strength in the current uptrend.
Disclaimer: Nandish Shah is Technical Research Analyst at HDFC Securities. He doesn't hold any position in the stock. Views are personal.
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