Written Put Candidate Finder

Sym Exp Strike Stock Last Bid Ask BE% Rtn% Anl%
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Expiring in 4 Months or More
Strike Price % below stock price.
Break-Even Price % below stock price.
Option Premium % of strike price.
Expiring in 3 Months or Less
Strike Price % below stock price.
Break-Even Price % below stock price.
Option Premium % of strike price.
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Choose to calcualte on Bid, Ask, Last or Bid/Ask Split: the value between bid and ask, best estimate of premium you could collect.

Break-Even $

Strike price minus the option premium paid to you.

Break-Even %

Break-Even Price on Stock Price (downside protection).

Return %

Absolute return on strike price

Annualized %

Return on strike price annualized.

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You can sort more than one column by holding the shift key while you click the second and third column.

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You can enter as many stock symbols as you want separated by a space or comma. Your selection will be saved in a cookie to make it easier to use in the future.

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03/16/2014 A couple of additions:

I added Google as a data provider in addition to Yahoo. You can now choose which you prefer to use. Google seems to be quickly pulling up but the numbers may be delayed by 15 minutes.

If you have questions on the underlying numbers you can drill right to the source (change the symbol Z for your own):

I’ve also make all calls to these providers multi-threaded. Meaning it attempts to gather all data from your query at once in different threads instead of doing one lookup at a time. This should speed up research.

Good luck out there.

David