Stolo’s “Option Snapshot” feature is a comprehensive tool designed for analyzing options data, Users can select their preferred expiration date and strike prices, and the feature generates a table and interactive graphs for call and put options at the chosen strikes.

Basic Terms:

a) Strike: Strike refers to the price at which an option holder has the right to buy (for call options) or sell (for put options) the underlying asset.

b) Call Option: A call option gives the holder the right (but not the obligation) to buy the underlying asset at a specified strike price before or on the expiration date.

c) Put Option: A put option gives the holder the right (but not the obligation) to sell the underlying asset at a specified strike price before or on the expiration date.

d) Open Interest (OI): OI represents the total number of open or outstanding options contracts for a particular strike and expiration. It reflects market interest and potential liquidity.

Why Use It?

-> The “Option Snapshot” feature empowers traders by offering flexibility in selecting expiration dates and strike ranges, aligning with individual trading strategies.

-> It provides a consolidated view of call and put options, along with interactive graphs and data, facilitating thorough options contract analysis.

-> Users can gauge potential profit and loss scenarios, track historical price ranges (OHLC), and assess option activity through OI and volume data.


Analysis-> Instrument Overview-> Options-> Option Snapshot

How to Use It:

-> Start by selecting your preferred expiration date and strike price(s).

-> The tool generates a table with strike prices in the middle column, call option data on the left, and put option data on the right.

-> Interactive graphs for call and put sides allow visual analysis of option price movements.

-> Hover over graphs to access OHLC values, OI, and volume information for each strike.


a) What is Open Interest (OI), and why is it important in options trading?

-> Open Interest (OI) is the total number of open options contracts for a specific strike and expiration. It’s important as it provides insights into market interest and potential liquidity, helping traders assess the popularity of specific options.

b) How can I benefit from selecting a specific strike price or strike range?

-> Selecting a strike price or range allows traders to tailor their options analysis to match their trading strategies. For example, choosing a lower strike for put options may provide downside protection in a bearish market.

c) Why are OHLC values important for options analysis?

-> OHLC values (Open, High, Low, Close) help traders understand the price range within which an option has traded during a given timeframe. This information aids in assessing historical price movements and potential price reversal points.


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