Calls-Puts-Option Δ Calculator

<-- Price
<-- Strike Price
<-- High Price
<-- Low Price
<-- Risk Free

How does the Calls-Puts-Option Δ Calculator work?

Calculates the call price, put price, and option Δ based on an option under the risk neutral scenario with a 1 year term.
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What 7 formulas are used for the Calls-Puts-Option Δ Calculator?

  1. Call Price = Risk Neutral (p) * (High price - Exercise price)/(1 + risk free rate)
  2. Call Price = Risk Neutral (p) * (Exercise price - Low price)/(1 + risk free rate)
  3. Price Increase % = (High price -Stock price)/Stock Price
  4. Price Decrease % = (Low price - Stock price)/Stock Price
  5. p = (Risk Free Rate - Price Decrease %)/(Price Increase % - Price Decrease %)
  6. Call Option Δ = (High price - Strike price)/(High price - Low price)
  7. Put Option Δ = (Strike price - Low price)/(High price - Low price)

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What 6 concepts are covered in the Calls-Puts-Option Δ Calculator?

call option
an option to buy assets at an agreed price on or before a particular date
A letter of the greek alphabet used for math notation.
Δ  δ
a contract which conveys to its owner, the holder, the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell a specific quantity of an underlying asset or instrument at a specified strike price on or before a specified date
put option
an option to sell assets at an agreed price on or before a particular date
expose (someone or something valued) to danger, harm, or loss.
the shares of which ownership of a corporation or company is divided