option trading

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Option trading requires you to identify stock options at extremes in volatility. These volatility extremes indicate the options are expensive and should be sold, or cheap and should be bought. In the example volatility tables below, you can see the current implied volatility and its ranks relative to past implied volatility. Combining this volatility data with our swing trading charts will take your stock options trading to new levels.

Check out our stock options volatility trading system. Since January 2003, our stock options trading system has generated $84,294.00 net profit with 341 winning trades and 30 losing trades. That is an amazing 91.9% winners.


Stock Options Data

Our DOW stock of the day is International Business Machines Corporation (IBM). Below is an example of the data available on our stock options data pages and a swing trading chart for our featured stock. For ever optionable stock, we have an array of volatility trading charts, put/call ratio charts and put/call volume charts. Check these out and use them in your own options trading.

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Date   07-31-2014
Current Swing   DOWN
 
Mergers COGN Shares IBM Shares Cash Date
COGN merger with IBM 1 0 58.00 01-31-2008
ISSX merger with IBM 1 0 28.00 10-20-2006
FILE merger with IBM 1 0 35.00 10-12-2006
MROI merger with IBM 1 0 25.80 10-05-2006
MUSE merger with IBM 1 0 10.00 02-15-2006
ASCL merger with IBM 1 0 18.50 04-29-2005
RATL merger with IBM 1 0 10.50 02-21-2003
 

Option Volatility Trading

Do you need to know which stock options are at an extreme in volatility or put/call ratio or put/call volume? To aid your option volatility trading, every trading day we generate tables listing extremes in

  • Implied Volatility
  • Leap Implied Volatility
  • 6, 10, 20, and 100 Day Historical Volatility
  • Option Put/Call Ratio
  • Call Option Volume Ratio
  • Put Option Volume Ratio

You can also find information on pending stock splits and company mergers. This is the same data we use in our own highly successful option trading system.Also checkout our option trading articles.

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Weekly chart of IBM
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Friday, Aug 1, 2014