What is options calculator?

What is options calculator?

An options calculator is a tool in FYERS Next that helps traders analyze and evaluate options contracts. It allows users to input the necessary parameters, such as the underlying stock price, strike price, expiry, and implied volatility, to calculate the theoretical value and various option Greeks (such as Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega, and Rho) associated with the option contract. This information helps you to make informed decisions about options trading strategies.
To access the options calculator, follow these steps:
  1. Login to FYERS Next.
  2. Click on the ‘Trading’ option available at the top of the platform.
  3. You’ll find the ‘Options Calculator’ available on the extreme right.
  4. You can click on it, add the required details and check for the different values options for analytics.

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