Use this report to see significant open interest changes by option contract on the marketplace. These changes can often indicate notable activity in the underlying stock, including whether traders are willing to accumulate long or short option positions, or if they are trying to get out of their long positions quickly. Use the filters on that table as well, to narrow by technical indicator, option price, or whether the symbol is held in an ETF or your custom Watchlist.
|Underlying Details||Option Details||Option Open Interest|
|In My Watchlist||Stock Price||Option Type||Open Int Chg|
|In ETF||Avg Und Opt Volume||Option Price||Chg % of Avg Volume The change in option open interest, expressed as a percentage of the underlying symbol's average daily option volume.|
|Sector||Stock Type||Opt Price Chg||Indicator|
|Opt IV Chg|
Minimum change in open interest is 500, either positive or negative, and the change must represent greater than 5% of the average daily option volume for the underlying.
Stock Price, Option Price, IV, Volume, and Open Interest all represent their values as of the market close for that day.
Long Liquidation happens when there is a decrease in open interest along with a decrease in implied volatility, indicating that traders are trying to sell out of their long positions in the option.
Long Buildup is an increase in open interest along with an increase in implied volatility, indicating that traders are adding to long positions in the option.
Short Buildup is an increase in open interest but a decrease in implied volatility, suggesting that traders are selling more contracts on short positions in the option.
Short Covering is a decrease in open interest but an increase in implied volatility, suggesting that traders are buying back to cover short positions in the option.
|Underlying Details||Option Details||Option Statistics||Option Open Interest|
|% Chg||Avg. Underlying
|Change||Absolute Change||% Chg||Open Int. Chg
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