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Optionable Stock

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This function tells you whether a stock is optionable or not. That is, if a stock has options trading on a market exchange.
Due to exchange requirements such as minimum outstanding shares, minimum share price and other rules, not all stocks has options listed.

This function, whose name is "IsOptionable", requires that you use and download optionable data using the following item: List of Optionable Stocks for the US Market.
This item creates a custom database and set the "optionable" field to one for each optionable stock. This function uses this field to tell you whether a stock is optionable or not. It returns "1" is the stock is optionable and "0" otherwise.

How to use this function in a trading system:
Buy only optionable stocks

buy = IsOptionable();


How to use this function in a chart:
Print "Optionable" on a chart when the select stock is optionable

a = IsOptionable();
a1 = iffstr(a, "Optionable", "");
PrintChart(a1, "IsOptionable", BottomLeft, colorWhite, colorBrown, colorBrown, 200);

Example of optionable stocks:
Agilent Tech, Alcoa, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Saba Software Inc, Spirit Airlines Inc., Universal American Corp...


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Type: Trading Indicator

Object ID: 1192


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Market: Stock Market

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