Skew Tool

Skew Tool gives you a visual analysis of the implied volatility of individual option contracts across the spectrum of an options chain.

Volatility Types

  • Implied Volatility - is a measure of what investors think about the future, or a representation of the market's best estimate of future volatility.
  • Historical Volatility - is the actual value based on market data. For example, a 30-day historical volatility is a 30-day average of actual market volatility.

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