Discussion in 'Options' started by Humble Investor, Oct 6, 2019.
CBOE used to provide this info but they no longer publish it.
Thanks in advance!
If you have TOS, just use the stock scan with exp min set to your target DTE spec.
I quit using LEAPS and went to real stocks. Most people don't like LEAPS much. Hardly any are traded.
@stepandfetchit Thanks a lot.
I don't trade LEAPS. I use them for my buy and hold strategy and would only buy them after analysing the stock fundamentals. Made a good money with them.
Contact the CBOE. They've always been helpful when I have done so.
You can find a list on the CBOE site. However, question is what you call LEAPS. Do you call a stock that was once LEAPS LEAPS?
last time I checked I thought there were more columns on this link, ao with jan2021, 22 etc.
I cannot find it now...
Yes, I was using that link up until now. All of a sudden they removed the important info Any idea how to find that info for whose without a TD account?
If anyone is still concerned I had the same problem. I've messaged CBOE and that is the solution -
You can find a list of all listed options here: http://markets.cboe.com/us/options/market_statistics/symbol_reference/?mkt=cone&listed=1&unit=1&closing=1 . You'll want to sort by the symbol, looking for a begin string of '22' to locate options expiring in 2022.
I have tried and it works.
Separate names with a comma.