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Comprehensive Option Chart Library

Explore over 20 unique charts per ticker, providing a rich and diverse resource to enhance your option trading strategies and market insights.

Intuitive Visualizations

Discover a seamless trading experience with intuitive visualizations, designed to simplify complex option data.

Responsive, Full-Screen Charts

Elevate your option analysis with responsive, full-screen charts.

Discover new trading possibilities with modern and user-friendly charts and visuals for options.

OptionCharts.io introduces you to powerful charts and visualizations that give you insights into the options market. Our platform offers a variety of option charts, including:

  • Option volume
  • Open interest
  • Implied volatility Skew
  • Max pain
  • Probability distribution
  • Greeks
  • Profit/loss

These charts are designed to help traders like you identify trends, analyze data, and make informed decisions about your options trading strategies.

With our user-friendly platform, you can customize your charts to meet your needs. Whether you want to view options data by option contract, single-expiry, or multi-expiry option chains, our platform makes it easy for you.

Our intuitive interface allows you to quickly and easily access the information you need to make informed decisions about your trades. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just getting started in options trading, our platform is here to help you succeed.

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Introducing Our Powerful Option Charts

Option Volume

The volume chart displays the number of options contracts bought or sold at each option strike. Investors can utilize volume as an indicator of market trends and option liquidity.

Open Interest

Open interest represents the number of open contracts for a specific option. It can be used as an indicator to gauge market sentiment.

Probability Distribution

The Probability Distribution Chart provides a way to illustrate the market's perceived likelihood of various outcomes. The chart displays both the lognormal probability distribution based on the Black-Scholes model and the call and put market-implied probabilities derived from the current market prices of butterfly spreads.

Implied Volatility Skew

The Implied Volatility Skew Chart displays the implied volatility (IV) across all strikes for both call and put options. Investors can examine the volatility skew to identify low and high-priced contracts, which can help them decide whether to buy or sell.


The Greek Charts display Delta, Gamma, Theta, and Vega for calls and puts across all strikes. Greeks are calculated from current market prices using the Black-Scholes model. These values help option traders understand various aspects of option price sensitivity and the potential impact of market factors on their positions.

Max Pain

The Max Pain Chart is a tool that options traders can use to visualize the Max Pain theory. Max Pain is a theory suggesting that the underlying asset of an option will reach a price where the maximum number of options will expire worthless.

Option Contract History

The Option Contract History chart displays the price and volume of the option contract over time in a candlestick chart format. This chart provides traders with a visual representation of the historical performance of a specific option contract, allowing them to analyze price trends and trading volume.

Option Strategy Profit & Loss

The Option Profit & Loss Chart (payoff diagram or risk graph) illustrates the potential profit or loss of an options strategy at various stock prices at expiration. It helps traders understand the risk and reward potential of their options trades before execution.

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