Wealth Management Service Model
Program Launch Date: 13-March-2021
Program let IT Engineers earn extra income from surplus funds using Options Strategies that will be deployed for overnight duration
Options trading business is business of 21st Century as it holds more than 50% trading volume in financial markets
To start Options trading business all any IT Engineer need to have a trading account with any Indian Brokerage house. And if he don’t have an account, NGA will help him in opening up the same free of cost.
Service manage the trading account of clients actively for minimum 24% annual returns
How Wealth Journey accomplished ?
Service deploy the funds in financial instruments like Nifty Options to meet overnight margin funding requirements from other traders
Every trade position is going to have significant hedging involved that protect for any losses due to irrational market movements.
There will be overnight trades carry forward and all positions squared off with in 1 hour of market opening to protect clients from irrational market movements.
Program Eligibility Criteria
Active trading account with any brokerage house
Working Capital 5 Lakhs to be maintained in own trading account
Fund Management charge: 30% of total profits generated subject to maximum 1 Lakh yearly limit irrespective of client profits.
Earn lifetime risk free from overnight funds deployment. Service offer much better returns than traditional earning models like Bank Deposits or Debt Funds.
Targeted Annual Returns : 24% or above
No impact of recession like Corona Virus or any other in future
How to Join?
Send expression of interest at along with contact number
You will get the call to discuss next steps
Some information about Options:
What are Options: Calls and Puts?
An option is a derivative, a contract that gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell the underlying asset by a certain date (expiration date) at a specified price (strike price). There are two types of options: calls and puts. US options can be exercised at any time prior to their expiration. European options can only be exercised on the expiration date. Indian Options work like US options and can be exercised at any time prior to their expiration.
To enter into an option contract, the buyer must pay an option premium. The two most common types of options are calls and puts:
1. Call options
Calls give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy the underlying asset at the strike price specified in the option contract. Investors buy calls when they believe the price of the underlying asset will increase and sell calls if they believe it will decrease.
Buying Call Options
The buyer of a call option pays the option premium in full at the time of entering the contract. Afterward, the buyer enjoys a potential profit should the market move in his favor. There is no possibility of the option generating any further loss beyond the purchase price. This is one of the most attractive features of buying options. For a limited investment, the buyer secures unlimited profit potential with a known and strictly limited potential loss.
If the spot price of the underlying asset does not rise above the option strike price prior to the option’s expiration, then the investor loses the amount they paid for the option. However, if the price of the underlying asset does exceed the strike price, then the call buyer makes a profit. The amount of profit is the difference between the market price and the option’s strike price, multiplied by the incremental value of the underlying asset, minus the price paid for the option.
2. Put options
Puts give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to sell the underlying asset at the strike price specified in the contract. The writer (seller) of the put option is obligated to buy the asset if the put buyer exercises their option. Investors buy puts when they believe the price of the underlying asset will decrease and sell puts if they believe it will increase.
The writer of the put is “out-of-the-money” if the spot price of the underlying asset is below the strike price of the contract. Their loss is equal to the put option buyer’s profit. If the spot price remains above the strike price of the contract, the option expires un-exercised and the writer pockets the option premium.