Viewing Options Detail Pages

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You can use the Detail page to make informed decisions about your options investments, track your returns, and much more.

The Chart

You can use the chart to track an asset’s value over time, in one day, one week, one month, three month, one year, or five year increments. Simply tap the different increments to view the various timelines, or press down on the chart itself to see specific price points along the timeline.

During the extended-hours session, you’ll notice two lines of percentage changes: one that shows the day’s movement during the regular trading session, and one that shows the ongoing percentage change in the extended-hours session. 

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Your Position

If you have an open options position, you can see information about your returns, your equity, and your portfolio's diversity. 

Single Leg Options

Contracts
The number of contracts you’ve purchased or sold
Equity
The value of your position
Break-Even Price
The break-even price for your position
Expiration Date
The day your contract expires
Current Price
The current market value of your position
Average Cost
The average price you paid for the position
Today’s Return
The amount of money you’ve made or lost on the position on that trading day
Total Return
The amount of money you’ve made or lost on the position since you opened it 

Multi-Leg Options

Amount
The amount you’ve purchased or sold
Equity
The value of your positions
Corresponding Break-Even Prices
The break-even price(s) of your position
Expiration Date
The date range for your contracts’ expirations
Current Price
The current market value of your position
Average Cost
The average price you paid for the position. You’ll see this for net credit positions.
Average Credit
The average credit you received for the position. You’ll see this for net credit positions.
Today's Return
The amount of money you’ve made or lost on the position on that trading day
Total Return
The amount of money you’ve made or lost on the position since you opened it 

History

You can view your buy and sell history for a stock or option.

About

You can check out a brief description of the company or fund in this section.  

The Greeks

Generally speaking, these measurements can help you better understand how an options contract will be affected by change in the underlying stock. We show delta, gamma, theta, vega, and rho in the app.

 

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