The total traded value in call warrants was: 13’027’831.93
The number of call warrants active: 672
The total traded value in put warrants was: 1’836’672.09
The number of put warrants active: 151
The put call ratio was: 0.141
Background from the Corporate Finance website:
A PCR below one (<1) suggests that investors are purchasing more call options than put options and signals that investors are speculating a bullish trend going forward.
A PCR above one (>1) suggests that investors are purchasing more put options than call options and signals that investors are speculating a bearish trend going forward.
A PCR at one (=1) suggests that investors are purchasing the same amount of put options as call options and signals a neutral trend going forward.
No PCR is considered ideal, but a PCR below 0.7 is typically viewed as a strong bullish sentiment while a PCR above 1 is typically viewed as a strong bearish sentiment.
It is important to note that the PCR is interpreted differently depending on the investor’s investment style. For example, consider two investment styles:
A contrarian investor may consider a PCR as a bullish signal while a low PCR as a bearish signal.
A momentum investor may consider a high PCR as a bearish signal while a low PCR as a bullish signal.
Therefore, the PCR depends on the investor’s investment style, and, as such, there is no one correct way to interpret the ratio.
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