Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2017     Views: 9

  • 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).
    • Type the ticker symbol of the stock you want, for example, VZ
    • Hit the EQUITY key , then 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


 

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