Answered By: Business Librarians Last Updated: Feb 28, 2017 Views: 148
To find current and historical options prices, use Bloomberg.
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
Bloomberg stations are located on the 5th floor of Bobst Library, in the KMC UC-70 computer lab, 5th floor reading room, and CRC. Undergraduates may use the Bloomberg stations in the Tisch LC11-13-15 computer lab or on the 5th floor of Bobst library.
Also, try Option Metrics, available from Wharton Research & Data Services (WRDS). A link to this service is available on the Virtual Business Library's Company & Financial Information section. Note: WRDS is accessible on-campus only.