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How do I use the Futures calculator?

Use our Futures Calculator to quickly establish your potential profit or loss on a futures trade. This easy-to-use tool can be used to help you figure out what you could potentially make or lose on a trade or determine where to place a protective stop-loss order/limit order to capture your profit.

What is Vega & how does it work?

Vega is a calculation used to measure how sensitive an options contract’s price is to the measurement of implied volatility. It tells you how much an option’s premium will change per 1% change in the implied volatility of the underlying stock. Vega is among the Greek mathematical calculations used to assess risk when trading options contracts.

Which Greek calculations are alternatives to Vega?

The four Greek calculations that are alternatives to vega are: Delta: Deltameasures the sensitivity of an options price to the changes in the value of the underlying security. As the price of a stock increases or decreases, delta measures how this affects the options contract price on that stock.

Does Vega affect the value of options?

Usually, options that are dated for a longer period of time have a relatively higher vega value. This is solely a reflection of Vega’s sensitivity to time. However, it is important to know that vega doesn’t have any impact on the intrinsic value of the premium price of an option, It only affects the extrinsic value.

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