Adding Options scrips in marketwatch in SAMCO Web Xpress – HTML 5 Platform

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This article is a step by step walk through for adding options scrips in the SAMCO Web Xpress market watch.

When you login to SAMCO Web Xpress – HTML 5 Platform you will ‘Market Watch’ on Desktop.

SAMCO Web Xpress Dashboard - Marketwatch
SAMCO Web Xpress Dashboard – Marketwatch

To add options script in your market watch, click on ‘Add Scrip’

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Scrips
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Scrips

A box appears asking to select ‘Exch’, there you select ‘NFO’

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Exchange
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Exchange

After Selecting NFO, another box appears besides it, where you have to select ‘OPTIDX’ if you want to add Index options i.e. Nifty options or Banknifty options or Select ‘OPTSTK’ if you want to add options of Stocks i.e. Reliance or TCS or INFOSYS etc. In this example, we select ‘OPTIDX’.

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options

After that Select the Index or Stock which you want to add, We select ‘NIFTY’

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options

Then Select Expiry,

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options and Selecting Expiry
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options and Selecting Expiry

After Selecting the expiry, select ‘CE’ for Call options or ‘PE’ for Put options

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options and Selecting Option type
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options and Selecting Option type

Then select the Strike price which you want to add,

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options and Selecting Strike Price
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options and Selecting Strike Price

Click on ‘Add to MW’

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options to Marketwatch
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options to Marketwatch

The Script will be added to Market Watch

SAMCO Web Xpress - Adding Options to Marketwatch
SAMCO Web Xpress – Adding Options to Marketwatch

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Adding Options script in Marketwatch in Samco Web Xpress HTML 5 Platform

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