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## Spread Put Calculator function Calculate(form){ high_put=parseFloat(form.high_put.value); low_put=parseFloat(form.low_put.value); stock_price=parseFloat(form.stock_price.value); price=parseFloat(form.price.value); profit = high_put - low_put; yield = profit/stock_price * 100; form.output.value="Option Profit = " + profit; form.output.value+="\nYield = " + yield + "%"; stock_profit = price - stock_price; if (stock_profit >= 0) form.output.value+="\nStock Profit = " + stock_profit; if (stock_profit < 0) form.output.value+="\nStock Loss = " + stock_profit; overall_profit = stock_profit + profit; form.output.value+="\nTotal Profit = " + overall_profit; overall_yield = overall_profit/stock_price * 100; form.output.value+="\nTotal Yield = " + overall_yield + "%"; }

Enter the price of the higher put and the price of the lower put. Sell the higher put and buy the lower put. This calculator will provide the profit and yield. Enter the higher put price strike for price paid. Enter the current price.
 high put low put price paid price now Press Here: Output

## FAQs

How does selling a covered put work?
Talk to your brokerage. Usually, if you sell a covered put, you agree to buy the stock at the price of the put. You get to keep the money from selling the options after the transaction is completed. If the price of the stock on the day of expiration is below the put price, you will buy those shares at the agreed price. If the stock price on expiration day is above the put price, then you do not have to buy those shares at the put price. You keep the money from selling the options as pure profit. Obviously, the stock can decline beyond the price of the put and you could lose more money because you agreed to buy at a higher price.