Monthly Put Credit Spreads
A put credit spread is an options strategy that an investor uses when they expect a moderate rise in the price of the underlying asset. The strategy employs two put options to form a range, consisting of a high strike price and a low strike price. The investor receives a net credit from the difference between the premiums of the two options.
|Ticker||Company||Options Chain||Bid||Ask||Spread Premium||Spread Width||Premium to Spread Ratio||Implied Volatility||Short Volume||Long Volume||Delta||Theta||Underlying Stock Price||Short Strike Price||Contract Expiration||Earnings Overlap?||Liquidity Rating||Algorithm Score||Lists|
|SNOW||Snowflake Inc - Class A||Options Chain||12.25||12.65||0.55||1.00||0.55||0.57||12||10||-0.50||-0.14||140.57||144.00||5/05||No||8||None|
|TSM||Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing||Options Chain||5.00||5.20||0.53||1.00||0.53||0.36||7||9||-0.50||-0.06||94.59||96.00||5/05||Yes||25||
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|RIVN||Rivian Automotive Inc - Class A||Options Chain||1.50||1.60||0.26||0.50||0.52||0.77||14||112||-0.47||-0.02||13.71||14.00||5/05||No||9||None|