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The Most Liquid Index Options


Index options are a great way to trade. They allow you to place trades based on the movement of a basket of stocks, which has advantages compared to selecting and trading numerous individual stocks. In addition, index options are highly liquid trading vehicles.

One popular index option is the option on the NASDAQ-100 Index (NDX). NASDAQ-100 Index options allow you to speculate on the future direction of the Nasdaq-100 Index. With NDX, you trade an option on the underlying basket of stocks that represented in the NASDAQ 100 index. The NASDAQ-100 Index comprises the largest non-financial companies listed on the NASDAQ stock market. Most of the 100 issues are well known companies, such as Microsoft, Qualcomm, Intel, and Cisco Systems.

Another index with high liquidity is the S&P 100 (OEX). OEX options allow you to speculate on the movement of the S&P 100 Index. The OEX consists of 100 blue-chip stocks from diverse industry groups - they provide a good measure of the market's overall performance.

S&P 500 (SPX) Index options are among the most highly liquid options on the market. The S&P 500 Index is comprised of 500 leading companies (most of them listed on the NYSE) from a diverse array of industries.

Dow Jones Industrial Average Index options (DJX) enable you to speculate on the future direction of the Dow. Since their introduction in 1997, DJX Index options have grown to become one of the most popular index options. DJX options are also a highly liquid trading vehicle.

QQQQ options are options on the NASDAQ-100 Index Tracking Stock and have become very popular in recent years. QQQQ options are the most liquid option currently traded on the market. The QQQQ, also known as the "cubes" (or “qubes”), are an example of an exchange-traded fund (ETF). ETFs track major stock indexes and can be traded just like a regular stock. The QQQQ track the NASDAQ-100 Index, which consists of 100 of the biggest and most important stocks of the NASDAQ Composite Index.

Above we discussed the most liquid index options available today. High liquidity means you can easily get in and out of a position. Other index options are available; however, most do not provide the same degree of liquidity as the ones discussed. If you feel you would rather speculate on the general direction of a basket of stocks (i.e., an underlying index) than analyze a number of individual stocks, then trading index options might just be for you.

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