How Are Stock Options Priced? by - Binary options geeks

How are options priced

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Calculating an option’s extrinsic value is what formulas like Black Scholes are for. They incorporate the expected volatility of the stock price, days to expiration (DTE) , interest rates and dividends to determine how much “time value” an option has. But rather than worry about how the extrinsic value is calculated, it’s more important to understand how to interpret it.

Main Drivers of an Option's Price
Let's start with the primary drivers of the price of an option: current stock price, intrinsic value, time to expiration or time value, and volatility. The current stock price is fairly obvious. The movement of the price of the stock up or down has a direct - although not equal - effect on the price of the option. As the price of a stock rises, the more likely the price of a call option will rise and the price of a put option will fall. If the stock price goes down, then the reverse will most likely happen to the price of the calls and puts . (For related reading, see ESOs: Using The Black-Scholes Model .)

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All that is certain is that this quasi-invisible force known as volatility is always lurking about, threatening to disrupt the market’s delicate equilibrium.