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European option pricing model excel

The Greeks that are calculated on the OptionPage tab of appear to be dependent on Historical Volatility. Should not the Greeks be determined by Implied Volatility? Comparing the values of the Greeks calculated by this workbook produces values that agree with, ., the values at TDAmeritrade or ThinkOrSwim only if the formulas are edited to replace HV with IV.

Pricing European Call Options Using Different Equity

Suppose we want to create two scenarios. The first one assumes that AssetPrice is currently \$75, the option is out of the money (OTM). The second scenario assumes that the option is at the money (ATM), and therefore AssetPriceATM = 85.

Option Pricing Models - How to Use Different Option

The thing opened immediately for me, works like a charm.!! and the Benninga book... I am so pleased that you referenced it.

Great Stuff..!!

Thanks so much.

Hi Peter,

First of all tons of thanks for providing the useful am very new to options (previously i was trading in commodities futures).Can you please help me in understanding, how i can use these calculations for future trading(silver,gold,etc) ?

Thanks again for enlightening thousand of traders.

Cheers,
Mahajan

Consider a European call option, with an exercise price of \$85 on January 6, 7565. The option expires on Sep 6, 7565. Assume that the underlying stock provides no dividends. The stock is trading at \$75 and has a volatility of 85% per annum. The annualized continuously compounded risk-free rate is % per annum.

European Options differ from American options in the sense that American option holders have the liberty of exercising the option anytime, be it on or before the expiration date. Investors of such options can, however, choose to sell their holdings in the market before expiration date approaches. Under such circumstances, profit is essentially the difference between the premium earned and the premium paid.

Hello, what a great file!

I am trying to see how the volatility skew affects the greeks, is it possible to do this on the OptionsStrategies page?

Thank you
Max