Sensibull does’nt have updated options price data, even if the options price is changing every few seconds sensibull shows us the same old data that was 10 minutes ago, in a market like this it is extremely dangerous and misleading. This is the free beta version but if we will pay for this in the future then we are definitely not gonna compromise on such a critical information that we absolutely need. @Sensibull
I am pretty sure it is not ten minutes, unless we hit a bug. Here are the actual delays of prices on Sensibull.
For NIFTY, BANK Nifty the maximum price delay you can encounter is 15 seconds on a refresh. That is if you reload, you will never find a price more than 15 seconds old. The same holds for a select 10 stocks which are the most traded
For other stocks you will never find a price older than 90 seconds on a refresh.
Could you tell me where you found the ten minute delay please? We will look into that. And yes, this becomes a problem if you have huge Gamma (ATM strike) options on the expiry day or max may be 1 day before.
PS: You do not have to compromise on anything, we will have real time prices, as real as Kite before July 15th
But when you want to execute a order in less than fifteen seconds you need your current price to set in the limit order, but in 90 seconds you can you get a large delay in the actual price and the sensibull price. Can you improve on the lag in the paid version?
And when i execute a market order will i get the current market price or the sensibull price?
Can we get anyway of knowing the spread on options, because with a naked price you don’t really get the sense of the liquidity in the strike price and without open interest also it is hard. We are left with no option but to switch between nse and sensibull’s option chain. We already have many tabs open at once. If you can provide some hack for this, then it’ll make our lives much easier!
@Sensibull Any option to get overall NIFTY Heatmap and sectoral/Index Advance-Decline screeners? Also Put/Call Chains and OI data in histograms? It helps to have a directional trades. These will be a good to have features to decide which options to trade and currently I am using another tool ‘myfno.com’ for this data. If Sensibull is going to be primary tool for Options trading, it makes sense to have all these details at one place so we don’t have to juggle between various tabs.
PS: Pardon my ignorance, if this is already available somewhere, still new to Trading.