Discussion in 'Options' started by crgarcia, Jun 17, 2008.
Or how to calculate them?
search for the option, it will tell you the greeks and IV.
Is it worth $15 a month for someone else to do it for you?
They also have a 2 week free trial.
IB has the greeks
Tradestation does too.
ask your broker
If you have an acct with Optionsxpress (OX), they have started providing Greeks. Xpresstrade (which they took over) had it with various tabular display options. OX shows it when you mouse over the symbol on the Futures Options chain page. It is not so intuitive if you want to compare different options as the dispaly is gone when the mouse moves away. (I misss Xpresstrade
There are a zillion free option calculators available on the internet that will calculate theoretical prices and greeks. Just google it. CBOE has at least one. Somebody was kind enough to post an Excel spreadsheet with option functions in a thread here just yesterday or the day before. There are other such free Excel spreadsheets available - again, just google it.
If you want something a little fancier and with lotsa bells and whistles you can buy Hoadley Excel add-in functions at www.hoadley.net for about $100.
Also, here you will find free charts and greeks ...
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