Filters & Data
Filters & Data
Educational and technical articles describing the available data and filters in Samurai
Bid-ask Level Setting
What is the bid-ask level and how to use it to find trades that are getting filled easier.
Bollinger Bands Indicator
Learn how to use Bollinger Bands to increase your profits
Descriptive data filters
What are the descriptive data filters?
Difference in price between broker and Option Samurai
What to do if you see difference in prices between Option Samurai and your broker.
The description of the Dividend data and how to use it.
Earnings date data
Description of earnings date data and how to use them
Finding options based on liquidity
how to exclude tickers based on ticker liquidity? how to filter by liquidity?
Finding options by sector
Sector, Technology, Financial, Conglomerates, Basic Materials, Services, Utilities, Consumer Goods, Industrial Goods, Healthcare
Learn how to use the MACD indicator to increase your profits.
Moving Average Crossover indicator (MA)
Learn how to use the Moving Average Crossover indicator to increase your profits.
Moving Average indicator (MA)
Learn how to use the (simple) Moving Average indicator to increase your profits.
Moving Average Rank indicator (MA)
Learn how to use the Moving Average Rank indicator to increase your profits.
Option Samurai data sources
The different data sources of the scanner; stock exchanges we support
Option strategy filters
Explanation about the strategies filters, such as: bid return, max loss, annualized return and more
Probability of loss and probability of profit
Why do the probability of loss and probability of profit don't add to 100%?
Learn how to use RSI to increase your profits
Scan table - IV Rank column
IV Rank, what is IV rank, understanding the IV rank column
Scenario engine data
Explination of the different data points used in our scenario engine.
Learn how to use the Stochastic Oscillator to increase your profits.
Understanding the Samurai stock score
What is Samurai stock score?
Understanding the default columns
What is the meaning of the default columns in the scan results table
Values on strike data
What are the 'value on strike' data points