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Options Trading

Easy to understand Options data to improve your understanding of the stock market. Combined with our industry leading trading algorithms. 

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How It Works

Stock Options Data 

Structued Options data designed to help users understand patterns in the market. The information displays across four key parameters: Open Interest, Put-Call Ratio (in Volume and Open Interest), Maximum Pain, and Volume-Open Interest Ratio.

Stock Options Data
Options Open Interest
Options Open Interest (OI)

Select one expiry based on Open Interest (OI), which determines the level of activity. If it is stronger with call options, OI tends to indicate traders’ interest in buying—a  bullish sentiment. If stronger with puts, it may be thought as a bearish sentiment. Refine these ideas with our algorithmic trading signals and level II data.

Options Put-Call Ratio
(in Volume)

This PCR ratio (of puts over calls, in volume) shows market sentiment. A low ratio tends to indicate a bullish sentiment – a high ratio shows a tendency to bearishness. Confirm these ideas with Open Interest for a more insights.

Options Put-Call Ratio in Volume
Put-Call Ratio in Open Interest

Put-Call Ratio (PCR in Open Interest)

Similar to what happens with PCR in volume, PCR for Open Interest also shows market sentiment. If confirmed with other parameters, a low ratio tends to indicate a bullish sentiment – a high ratio shows a tendency to bearishness.

Both Put-Call Ratios (Vol and OI)

Do these two ratios confirm each other, indicating a strong direction, or contradict each other, suggesting a weak market direction?

Put-Call Ratio in Volume and Open Interest
Maximum Pain for Options
Max Pain Trading
Maximum Pain (mp)

Maximum pain is the expected price at the expiration date. Therefore, if maximum pain is greater than the current stock price, it is expected that the stock will rise (bullish stock). Otherwise, if it is less than the strike price, it suggests that the stock is expected to fall (bearish stock).

Options Volume & Open Interest Ratio

For the same strike, identify if there is less real volume traded than (open) interest, and quickly know if their ratio is smaller than 1. If there is much less volume than interest, the ratio will be much smaller than 1. This will give an idea of how much and how fast the market is moving.

Options Volume and Open Interest


Login to platform using the link below.


Type in a Ticker on the right of the screen.


Click "Optimize" button, then "Go". That's it!

Software Requirements

None! Real-Time Trading Data (NYSE / NASDAQ / OTC) included with the subscription. 

Installation Videos

Getting Started | Setup

Getting Started | Optimization

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