Evaluate Put and Call Open Interest lists for underlying symbols, with filters for Put/Call Ratios, and daily percent Open Interest change.
Open interest (OI) is a static, end of trading day count of the total number of option contracts that are currently open, market-wide. OI is calculated once a day by the OCC after the close of the trading day, and made available at the start of the next trading day, for the "Report Date" listed above. The figures are not updated on an intraday basis. Examining open interest changes and trends provides useful insight when evaluating an option or equity investment.
Use the filters to further refine the data, by custom Watchlist, Call & Put OI, daily percent change in OI, and Put/Call Ratio, changes versus 90-day OI moving average. Sort the table columns by clicking on column headings. For example, click on Put/Call ratio to rank symbols from low to high, and evaluate possible high or low OI trends for a list of specific equities. Click on the icons in the Symbols column to view more information on the specific stock. Use the Search box to filter the table by keyword.
|Change in OI
|In My Watchlist
|Total OI % Chg
|% from 52-Wk Low
|Call OI % Chg
|Ratio % Chg
|% from 52-Wk High
|Put OI % Chg
|Ratio Rel to 90-Day
|OI Buildup Indicator
|Total OI % Rank The percent rank of the current total open interest within the last 1 year's worth of daily open interest values. Ex: if today's open interest is the highest it's been in the last year, it will show 100%. If it's the lowest, it will show 0%.
|Ratio % Rank The percent rank of the current put/call open interest ratio within the last 1 year's worth of daily put/call open interest ratio values. Ex: if today's put/call ratio is the highest it's been in the last year, it will show 100%. If it's the lowest, it will show 0%.
|OI Rel to 90-Day Avg Total open interest relative to the 90-day average open interest, expressed as a ratio. If today's open interest is the same as the average open interest, it will be 1.0. If it's twice as much as the average, it will be 2.0.
|Next Earnings Date
|Call Open Interest
|Put Open Interest
|Total Open Interest
Price The closing stock price as of market close for the indicated trading day.
RSI 14-Day Relative Strength Index. Above 70 is considered Overbought. Below 30 is considered Oversold.
Indicator An indicator that combines underlying stock price movement, underlying stock volume change, and total open interest change. To learn more see our report Indicators by Symbol.
to 90-Day MA
to 90-Day MA
% Rank The percent rank of the current put/call open interest ratio within the last 1 year's worth of daily put/call ratio values. Ex: if today's put/call ratio is the highest it's been in the last year, it will show 100%. If it's the lowest, it will show 0%.
Open Interest Buildup Explainer:
If the stock price change is Up, the stock volume is Up, and the open interest is Up, this is considered to be Long Buildup.
If the stock price change is Down, the stock volume is Up, and the open interest is Up, this is considered to be Short Buildup.
Find symbols that match these criteria by using the OI Buildup filter to narrow the table results above.