What You’ll Get
CBOE Mobile is the Chicago Board Options Exchange’s first iPhone app. Carry with you options lessons, options courses, and a full options trading dictionary. Watch the latest CBOE TV market news updates, options trading ideas, options activity reports. Also includes standard delayed stock quotes with charts, news, and option chains. The CBOE Mobile app is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
Home Tab: Markets
- Stock quotes and options lookup search box. This leads directly to the Quotes Tab.
- Market Summary with overlay charts of S&P 500, DOW, and VIX.
- Most Active Stocks
- Most Active Options
- Direct access to Education section of Resources tab
- Direct access to CBOE TV section of Resources tab
- Direct access to CBOE Twitter section of Resources tab
Second Tab: Quotes
- Just enter the stock ticker symbol to load stock charts in this app with basic stock quotes and options chain you can filter.
- Quotes are delayed by 15 minutes
- Choose between 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, and 1 year stock charts
- News for individual stocks
Third Tab: News
- Limited news headline feed.
- Can use the search feature for individual stock quotes, which includes limited news feed for that stock
Fourth Tab: Resources
- Options Education – Options basics, options courses, CBOE’s free online options classes, Options FAQ (frequently asked questions), and options dictionary
- CBOE TV – market news updates and options trade ideas with Jon Dr. J Najarian and Dan Sheridan of Sheridan Mentoring
- CBOE Twitter – real time updates of options data, options activity, and major market news directly from the exchange.
About the CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange)
In 1973, the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) is the first exchange to list stock options for trading. Since then the CBOE has stayed as the leader exchange for options. The CBOE is the largest U.S. options exchange and is known for its many proprietary options products and market data, the most popular of which are the S&P 500 Index options and the VIX Volatility Index, often mentioned on financial media as the fear index.