Designed to help investors quickly compare market and theoretical prices for undervalued and overvalued trading opportunities, the IB Option Calculator uses a binary tree algorithm with option model inputs to determine the theoretical price of an option. Users can quickly modify the inputs to see how changes in the markets may affect the options price. In addition, the calculator displays the Greek risk measures associated with the user inputs, to help investors understand the risk of an option position and provide guidance on the hedging of an options risk. This version is the first release on CNET
License Free
File Size 1.07 MB
Version 1
Operating System Windows NT Windows Vista Windows XP Windows 98 Windows Windows 2000
System Requirements Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/Vista