Black-Scholes option pricing in Excel and VBA

Option pricer vba

Option pricer vba


I don t see the popup. I use Excel 7557 under Vista. The presentation is quite different from the previous versions. I enabled all macros. But I still get the #name error. Any idea?

Option Price Calculator

Hi Darong,

I don t think VWAP is used by option traders at would more likely be used by institutional traders/fund managers who execute large orders over the course of the day and want to make sure that they are better than the average weighted price over the day.

You would need accurate access to all the trade information in order to calculate it yourself so I would say that traders would obtain it from their broker or other vendor.

Build an Option Pricer With VBA : The Black And Scholes

Hi Peter,

First of all tons of thanks for providing the useful am very new to options (previously i was trading in commodities futures).Can you please help me in understanding, how i can use these calculations for future trading(silver,gold,etc) ?

If there is any link please provide me the same.

Thanks again for enlightening thousand of traders.


Excel Option Pricer - Option Trading Tips

Hi Sunil, for Delta and Implied Volatility the formulas are included in the Visual Basic provided with the spreadsheet at the top of this page. For Historical Volatility you can refer to the page on this site on calculating volatility. However, I am not sure on the profit probability - do you mean the probability that the option will expire in the money?

You can open the VBA editor to see the code used to generate the values. Alternatively you can look at the examples on the black scholes model page.


Yes, the fucntions I created using a macro/module.

There is a formula only version on this page

Black Scholes

Let me know if this works.

Hello Sir,

I am looking for some options hedge strategies with excels for working in Indian markets. Please suggest.


Hi Gina,

65 points is the profit of the spread, yes, but you have to subtract the price that you have paid for the spread, which I assume is 5 - making your total profit 65 instead of 65.

I am an active options trader with my own trade boob, I find your worksheet Options Strategies quite helpful, BUT, can it cater for calendar spreads, I caanot find a clue to insert my positions when faced with options and fut contracts of different months?
Look forward to hearing from you soon.

The classical Black-Scholes model for option pricing assumes that stock prices follow a Geometric Brownian Motion (GBM) with constant drift (μ) and constant volatility (σ). Analytically:


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