Answered By: Horn Library Research
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2018     Views: 8534

Go to

  • Bloomberg(Cutler Center only) to find current and historical options prices. Once inside Bloomberg:

    • Type the ticker symbol of the stock you want - for example, VZ
    • Hit the EQUITY key
    • Hit GO
    • Type: OMON [OMON Stands for Option Monitor ]
    • You will see a screen for all the current options on Verizon
    • Highlight and click on the option you want for a menu - then pick GPO from the menu
    • This will give you a current graph of the option price
    • Change the date range to the time period you want
    • Hit the Page Forward key to get the data for the time period

     

Comments (2)

  1. Hi,

    I found the site http://www.optionsdatamine.com to be very helpful for historical Options Data. They break it down by volume and price, their data goes back several years

    Emil
    by Emil on Aug 24, 2015.
  2. Thanks for the tip, it made my surveys easier with Bloomberg .
    by Fernando on Jun 26, 2017.

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