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|Option code||Option name||Latest price||Rise and fall||Quote change||Volume||Turnover||Position|
|10001695||50ETF purchase February 2650||0.0061||0.0020||48.78%||36345||2092210||31928|
|10001469||50ETF purchase March 2794A||0.0063||0.0017||36.96%||6949||422475||44169|
|10001424||50ETF purchase March 2696A||0.0155||0.0036||30.25%||3009||444561||14109|
|10001425||50ETF purchase March 2745A||0.0095||0.0022||30.14%||7728||722653||32487|
|10001619||50ETF purchase March 2700||0.0144||0.0033||29.73%||7291||980868||23671|
|10001675||50ETF purchase February 2600||0.0119||0.0027||29.35%||62685||7517967||63297|
|10001423||50ETF purchase March 2647A||0.0234||0.0047||25.13%||2169||492458||8607|
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|Option code||Option name||Latest price||Theoretical price||Intrinsic Value||Time value||Implied volatility||expiry date|
|10001417||50ETF purchase March 2352A||0.1694||0.1801||0.1400||0.0294||18.92||03-27|
|10001418||50ETF purchase March 2401A||0.1339||0.1457||0.0910||0.0429||19.21||03-27|
|10001419||50ETF purchase March 2450A||0.1005||0.1154||0.0420||0.0585||18.73||03-27|
|10001420||50ETF purchase March 2500A||0.0728||0.0889||0.0000||0.0728||18.58||03-27|
|10001421||50ETF purchase March 2549A||0.0516||0.0673||0.0000||0.0516||18.63||03-27|
|10001422||50ETF purchase March 2598A||0.0350||0.0498||0.0000||0.0350||18.55||03-27|
|10001423||50ETF purchase March 2647A||0.0234||0.0360||0.0000||0.0234||18.70||03-27|
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|Option name||Latest price||Discount rate||expiry date|
|50ETF沽 June 2050||0.0095||18.12%||06-26|
|50ETF沽 March 2050||0.0019||17.81%||03-27|
|50ETF沽 June 2100||0.0134||16.27%||06-26|
|50ETF沽 March 2100||0.0024||15.83%||03-27|
|50ETF沽 June 2150||0.0176||14.43%||06-26|
|50ETF沽 March 2150||0.0032||13.85%||03-27|
|Code||name||Related Links||Latest price||Quote change||Volume (10,000)||Turnover (ten thousand)||P/E ratio|
|600703||Sanan Optoelectronics||Share itCash flowResearch report||10.48||6.83||74.75||76,613.73||12.36|
|600309||Wanhua Chemical||Share itCash flowResearch report||34.44||5.32||40.76||136,833.36||7.83|
|600196||Fosun Pharma||Share itCash flowResearch report||24.06||3.57||19.38||46266.7||22.09|
|601138||Industrial rich union||Share itCash flowResearch report||11.90||3.48||18.71||21993.31||18.02|
|601688||Huatai Securities||Share itCash flowResearch report||19.74||3.13||47.25||92,520.88||27.27|
|600276||Hengrui Medicine||Share itCash flowResearch report||60.82||3.00||17.38||104621.81||57.74|
|603259||WuXi PharmaTech||Share itCash flowResearch report||77.20||2.21||3.54||27,274.78||35.13|
|600340||Huaxia happiness||Share itCash flowResearch report||27.88||2.16||14.98||41780.06||7.97|
“Phase” means the future, “right” means right, and option contract is a contract that represents future rights.
An option transaction is a right transaction. In an option transaction, after paying a fee, the option buyer acquires the right to buy or sell a certain number of underlying assets to the option seller at a pre-determined price (execution price) granted by the option contract. .
The price of an option is called a premium. The premium is the fee paid by the option buyer to the option seller for the rights granted by the option contract. For the option buyer, regardless of where the price of the future underlying asset changes, the biggest possible loss is only the premium. This feature of the option gives the trader the ability to control the investment risk. The option seller receives the option premium from the buyer as a return on market risk.
Refers to the contract that the right party of the agreed option has the right to buy the agreed number of contracted securities from the obligor at the agreed price at the agreed time.
Refers to the contract that the agreed option right party has the right to sell the agreed number of contracted underlying securities to the option obligor at the agreed price at the agreed time.
Refers to a standardized contract that is uniformly defined by the Exchange and that provides the contract buyer with the right to buy or sell the agreed contract (stock or ETF) at the agreed price at the agreed time.
On the basis of the value of the option, the market's supply and demand relationship with the option contract determines the market price of the option, that is, the premium. From the perspective of option elements, the option price is usually affected by factors such as the underlying price, the strike price, the contract expiration period, the market risk-free rate, and the underlying securities price volatility.
The four factors affecting the price of the option, the target price, the strike price, the maturity period, and the market risk-free interest rate can all be directly observed, and the volatility can only be estimated. Different investors have different forecasts for volatility. Based on this, the calculated option prices may have large differences, and the operational judgments will be very different. In the actual situation, five factors may act simultaneously and interact with each other.
Options are a more complex and flexible investment tool. Whether it is a trend market or a volatile market, investors have the strategy to capture profit and control risk in almost all market expectations.
Options have four basic positions—the call option long, the call option short, the put option long and the put option short, plus the long and short positions of the underlying asset, which constitute the six basic positions of the underlying trading strategy of the option. Each option position includes dozens of option contracts with different strike prices and different maturity dates, and subtly select the appropriate contract from which to profit from any market trend.
The profit and loss change of the option during the duration is a curve in the option price-target asset-time 3D surface. The profit and loss of the expiration date is determined. For the convenience of analysis, we often select the surface to be sliced at the expiration date. The profit and loss diagram above is used for analysis. The profit and loss of the underlying asset is relatively simple and is a straight line, while the profit and loss of the expiration date of the option position is more complicated and non-linear.
Black-Scholes-Merton Option Pricing Model, the Black-Scholes option pricing model.
On October 10, 1997, the 29th Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to two American scholars, Harvard Business School professor Robert Merton and Stanford University professor Myron Scholes. At the same time, he affirmed Black's outstanding contribution. The Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model, which they created and developed, is a derivative financial instrument that is priced in a market for price changes in emerging derivative financial markets, including stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities. Reasonable pricing laid the foundation.
The application of this formula has expanded with the advancement of computers and communication technologies. To date, the model and some of its variants have been widely used by option traders, investment banks, financial managers, insurers, and others.
When stocks are selected as the subject of the contract, the average daily volatility in the past six months does not exceed three times the daily average volatility of the benchmark index.
The expiration date of the option contract is the fourth Wednesday of the expiration month, which is the national statutory holiday and the company's rest day, and is postponed to the next trading day. The last trading day and exercise date of the option contract, together with its due date.
If the subject matter of the contract is ex-dividend or ex-dividend, the company will adjust the contract unit and exercise price of all unexpired contracts marked on the contract, and re-list the new option contract for the ex-dividend and ex-dividend contract.
The option trading implements a price increase and decrease system, and the declaration of the price exceeding the price limit is invalid. Option bidding transactions are combined on a price-first, time-first basis. During the continuous bidding trading period, the declarations made at the price limit will be combined according to the principle of closing the position and time priority.
Individual investors participating in the option trading shall meet the securities market capitalization and the available balance of the fund account (excluding the securities and funds integrated through the margin financing and securities trading) that are entrusted to the entrusted option operating institution when applying for the account opening, totaling not less than RMB 50. 10,000 yuan; and designated transactions in securities companies for more than 6 months and have the qualifications for financial and securities lending business or financial futures trading; or open a futures company for more than 6 months and have financial futures trading experience. At the same time, the option operating organization should manage the individual investors' rights to participate in the option trading. The trading authority level applied by the individual investors is divided into first-level, second-level and third-level trading rights.
Ordinary institutional investors participating in option trading shall comply with the securities market capitalization and the available balance of the fund account (excluding securities and funds incorporated through margin financing and securities lending transactions) entrusted to the entrusted option operating institution when applying for account opening, which shall not be lower than RMB 1 million.
Market-making services include: (1) providing bilateral continuous quotations to investors; b) providing bilateral response quotations to investors' inquiries; and (3) other businesses as stipulated by the Exchange or the market-making agreement.
Market makers are mainly market makers and general market makers. The main market maker shall provide all market-making services as stipulated in the preceding article. Generally, market makers shall provide market-making services as stipulated in items (2) and (3) of the preceding article.
When the transaction price of the option contract with the contract of the stock is less than 0.005 yuan, or the contract price of the option contract of the exchange-traded open-end index fund is less than 0.001 yuan, the market maker may suspend the purchase price of the contract. .
Market-making indicators for contract varieties, including but not limited to the following factors: (1) maximum bid-ask spread; (2) minimum bid quantity; (3) participation rate; (4) contract coverage rate; (5) longest response to respond to quotes Time and minimum retention time; (6) Other market making indicators.
Option trading risk management, the implementation of the margin system, position limit system, large account position reporting system, forced liquidation system, cancellation of trading system, settlement guarantee system and risk warning system.
Margin includes settlement reserve and trading margin. The trading margin is divided into opening margin and maintenance margin.
Option trading implements a position limit system. The position limit includes the rights warehouse position limit of the individual contract type, the total position limit, the one-day purchase opening limit, and the total transaction amount limit corresponding to the rights warehouse held by the individual investor. The total transaction amount corresponding to the rights warehouse held by an individual investor (hereinafter referred to as the “buy amount”) shall not exceed the higher of the following amounts: (1) the market value of the securities of the option management institution entrusted by the investor 10% of the available balance of the fund account (excluding securities and funds incorporated through margin trading); (2) The investor's securities account holds 20% of the market value of the Shanghai stock market in the past 6 months.