Strategies, Market Groups, and Criteria, Oh My! This short article will bring you up to speed with all the terminology used throughout the Brutus Options Ranker to get you started building your own options trading strategies in no time!
Brutus continuously compares and ranks every option contract and near-endless combination of spreads available on the market in order to bring tailored, relevant options trades to our users – saving time, avoiding emotions, and facilitating the consistency required to succeed in options trading.
The Black Scholes or Black Scholes Merton model is a mathematical model used to estimate the price of European Style derivatives, including options contracts. The model forms the basis of the Black-Scholes formula, which can be rewritten in different forms to solve for various options trading parameters. [click to read more]
A traditional close order with special feature of a predetermined trigger price before the order is released in the market. The trigger price of a Stop Order is a price point beyond which point he is not willing to lose more in a given trade.[click to read more]