Choose to calculate on Bid, Ask, Last or Bid/Ask Split: the value between bid and ask, best estimate of premium you could collect
Dividends until Expiration. Considered part of the return if you are holding the stock and writing covered calls.
Stock price minus the option premium paid to you
Break-Even price over current stock price.
How far the call strike is from the current stock price. The higher the number, the least likely your stocks will get called away.
How far the put strike is from the current stock price. The higher the number, the least likely your put will be assigned.
Average of call premium over stock price and put premium over put strike price. Your absolute return if the stock does not move by expiration.
Premium plus stock appreciation over current stock price plus put premium over put strike price. Your absolute return if the call got called away.
Return If Unchanged on an annualized basis.
Return If Called on an annualized basis. Be careful on this one: if your Call Above Stock is high and it is set to expire soon, this number will be unrealistically high. Meaning the chances of this occurring might be low. Consider using Annualized If Unchanged as a safer assumption.
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