Options allow investors the right to buy or sell a stock at a certain price. Although they are the most risky investment vehicles available, with the potential to lose all of your capital, they can provide great returns on small investments.
Options Profit Calculator is based only on the option's intrinsic value. It does not factor in premium costs since premium is determined by the people of the market. The profit is based on a person buying an option at low price and selling it at a higher price before the option expires. Options are sold in contracts, with each contract representing 100 options. Options Value Calculator determines the intrinsic value of an option. It calculates the extrinsic value by subtracting the intrinsic value from option price paid. It will also calculate the daily extrinsic value based on days remaining to expiration of the option.
Puts increase in value as the stock price moves down. Calls increase in value as the stock price moves up. This calculator also calculates the value of put options if the strike price is less than the current stock price such as the daily cost of the put option and percent of intrinsic value.
Input Values = Option Price Paid, Strike Price, Days
Call intrinsic value = stock price - strike price
Put intrinsic value = strike price - stock price
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