Answered By: Barbara Coffey
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2022     Views: 30

There are several ways to get option prices. 

 

  • For 1996+, use Option Metrics available from WRDS
  • For 1987-1995, use Berkeley Options Database .
  • For current and historical options prices, use Bloomberg in Firestone (A Floor - RIS Suite). Ticker <equity>OMON <go> 


 

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