Option profit calculations made easy
Find and edit option strategies in real-time to gain a visual understanding of your trades
Over 50 more strategies from novice to expert available in the menu above
Automatically calculate the best strategies given a target price and expiration date.
The options optimizer will search through thousands of potential trades to find which strategies maximize returns or chance of profit (or somewhere in between).
The profit table shows market events that might affect your trade:
- Earning dates and times
- Ex-dividend dates
- Split dates
See the most active strikes for calls and puts so that you can find the options with highest liquidity.
Share and Save Trades
Click the share button to save your trade (and generate a unique link you can share).
Saved trades will show the profit or loss generated since creation.
Pre-Made and Custom Strategies
Nearly any strategy can be created, including strategies with underlying stocks like covered calls, or multiple expirations such as double diagonals.
Over 50 strategy templates are available to choose from, each with a handy setup chart and description.
Stop scrolling through lengthy option chains - our UI makes it easy to find an option instantly by clicking or scrolling to the desired expiration and strike price.
- Short Call
- Bull Call Ladder
- Bear Call Ladder
- Bull Put Ladder
- Bear Put Ladder
- Call Ratio Backspread
- Put Ratio Backspread
- Long Call Condor
- Long Put Condor
- Short Call Condor
- Short Put Condor
- Short Iron Butterfly
- Short Iron Condor
- Covered Short Straddle
- Covered Short Strangle
- Short Straddle
- Short Strangle
- Call Broken Wing
- Put Broken Wing
- Inverse Call Broken Wing
- Inverse Put Broken Wing
A simple bullish strategy for beginners that can yield big rewards. A call gives the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy the underlying stock at strike price A. However, you can simply buy and sell a call before it expires to profit off the price change.
The value of the option will decay as time passes, and is sensitive to changes in volatility. Your maximum loss is capped at the price you pay for the option.
- Buy a call at strike A