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Trade Alert US Options Prices
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Analyze EOD Options Prices

The Trade Alert US Option Prices data feed brings end of day options prices from the United States directly to Excel or API, allowing developers and analysts to build apps and systematic analyses in Excel. Prices are released every morning. Users can access the most recent close data and historical data are available.

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If you have been searching for a data feed that makes EOD options prices affordable and easy to access for your application or spreadsheet analysis, look no further. The Trade Alert US Options data feed does the heavy lifting, providing validated and systematic price and volume data so you can stop spending your time collecting and organizing data and get to work analyzing it.


This data is available via Excel, Google Sheets, Web API.

  • Close Price, Closing Bid, Closing Ask
  • Close Volume, Close Bid Volume, Close Ask Volume
  • Implied Volatility
  • Open Interest
  • Count of Daily Trades
  • Coverage for all US Securities
  • Current and Historical Prices Dating to 2008
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What does “current” mean? Is this real time data?
  • No, “current” refers to the latest end of day data. If you need real time options data, you will need our real time OPRA feed from QUODD.
How much history is available?
  • History is available back to a max of 9 years on a rolling basis upon request. 
What time of day is this data updated in your system?
  • Latest end of day data is available in our system at around 10:00 AM EST next day.
How do I return the price for a single contract?
  • First, use the Options formula with a company ticker to return the list of option contracts for that security with the corresponding IDs. Then, use the contract ID returned in the above formula and plug it into the Options Prices formula.
Can I view this data in Excel?
  • Yes, you’re able to access options data through the API and Excel add-in.

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