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2023.09.27 05:59
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US Stock Options | Apple put options trading surges, Huya options trading increases fivefold, Rivian and Fisker call options trading surges

On Tuesday, the trading volume of technology stock options was sluggish. Put options on Apple accounted for 52.5% of the total volume, while Amazon dropped more than 4% and call options on Microsoft accounted for over 60% of the total volume. Rivian and Fisker bucked the trend and saw significant gains, with options trading volume increasing by 2 and 3 times respectively. Huya surged by 12%, with options trading volume increasing by 5 times.

On Tuesday, the US stock market experienced a significant decline, with all three major indices falling by over 1%.

Overview of US Stock Options Trading

On Tuesday, the Nasdaq led the decline, with technology stocks performing poorly.

The top ten US stock options trading volumes were as follows: Tesla, Apple, Amazon, Nvidia, Microsoft, AMD, Google A, Meta, Bank of America, AMC Theatres, Disney, and Rivian.

Tesla fell by over 1%, with options trading volume reaching 1.41 million contracts, and the proportion of call options trading was 52%. The most active call options were those with a strike price of $250.

Apple fell by over 2%, with options trading volume reaching 1.12 million contracts, and the proportion of put options trading was 52.5%. The most active options were the call options with a strike price of $175 and the put options with a strike price of $172.5.

Amazon fell by over 4%, with options trading volume reaching 980,000 contracts, and the proportion of call options trading was 55.9%. The most active call options were those with a strike price of $130.

Nvidia slightly declined, with options trading volume reaching 790,000 contracts, and the proportion of call options trading was 52.1%. The most active call options were those with strike prices of $425 and $430.

Microsoft fell by 1.7%, with options trading volume reaching 380,000 contracts, and over 60% of the options traded were call options.

AMD fell by over 1%, with options trading volume reaching 280,000 contracts, and the proportion of call options trading was 55.3%.

Google fell by nearly 2%, with options trading volume reaching 260,000 contracts, and the proportion of call options trading was 56.7%.

Meta slightly declined, with options trading volume reaching 250,000 contracts, and the proportion of put options trading was 50.4%.

Rivian bucked the trend and rose by over 5%, with options trading volume reaching 160,000 contracts, which was twice the daily average, and the proportion of call options trading was 67%.

Fisker surged by nearly 10%, with options trading volume reaching 110,000 contracts, which was three times the daily average, and the proportion of call options trading was 65.1%.

Huya soared by 12%, with options trading volume increasing fivefold compared to the daily average, and the trading volume mainly represented new positions.