Welcome to NASDAQtrader.com for Options and Futures

Click on the symbol below to access the options chain for each product.

UTY SM PHLX Utility Sector SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
XAU SM PHLX Gold/Silver Sector SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
SVO SIG Energy MLP Index TM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
OSX SM PHLX Oil Service Sector SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
QNET SM NASDAQ Internet Index SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
BKX SM KBW Bank Index SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
HGX SM PHLX Housing Sector SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
EPX SM SIG Oil Exploration & Production Index Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart
SOX SM PHLX Semiconductor Sector SM Contract Specifications Historical Index Chart

Component Issues

PHLX Indexes are available at the bottom of this page: NASDAQ OMX Indexes

Index values are being calculated and disseminated by Dow Jones Indexes on the following indices, however; options are currently trading at the PHLX:

BKX KBW Bank Index

Options involve risk and are not suitable for everyone. Past performance is not indicative of future results. An investor should review transaction costs, margin requirements and tax considerations with a broker and tax advisor before entering into any options strategy. Prior to buying or selling an option, a person must receive and review a copy of Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options published by The Options Clearing Corporation. Copies may be obtained from your broker; one of the exchanges; The Options Clearing Corporation at One North Wacker Drive, Suite 500, Chicago, IL 60606; by calling 1-888-OPTIONS; or by visiting www.888options.com. Any strategies discussed, including examples using actual securities and price data, are strictly for illustrative and education purposes and are not to be construed as an endorsement, recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell securities. Examples do not take into consideration commissions and other transaction fees, tax considerations, or margin requirements, which are factors that may significantly affect the economic consequences of a given strategy.