Bullet Trade

Bullet Trade

The act of buying a put option in which the underlying asset is in the money; that is, the market value of the underlying instrument is lower than the strike price. This allows the buyer of the option to capitalize in a bear market without waiting for the market to recover.
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ICICI Securities has announced the launch of 'bullet trade' on www.icicidirect.com, a brokerage plan where customers will pay zero brokerage for trades squared off in five minutes.
"We believe that the bullet trade will help our retail customers trade in a disciplined manner.
ICICI Securities declared the launch bullet trade on www.icicidirect.com, a brokerage plan where customers will pay zero brokerage for trades squared off in 5 minutes.
Bullet trade brokerage scheme is the first of its kind scheme where customers trading in derivatives will pay no brokerage for their 5 minutes trades.
According to a shocking new Oxfam report, the global bullet trade is out of control, fuelling conflict and human rights abuses internationally - and feeding the gun crimewave in the UK.
"From the war-torn streets of Baghdad to the sleepy suburbs of Britain, innocent people are paying with their lives for lax controls on the global bullet trade."