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How to read double apostrophe prices in futures options? enter image description here

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    If you don't manage to get a satisfactory answer here, I suggest that you contact TD Ameritrade's customer support to get an explanation.
    – Flux
    May 27, 2021 at 13:50
  • Did you manage to get an explanation from TD Ameritrade's customer support? What did they say?
    – Flux
    Jun 2, 2021 at 21:34
  • @Flux yes.. "The /ZN futures options trade in 1/64 of 1 point. "01 = $15.625, so "08 for example would equal $15.625 * 8 = $125, and 1"00 equal $1000" so the difference is (') : 1/32 and (") : 1/64
    – huab
    Jun 3, 2021 at 13:54

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The /ZN futures options trade in 1/64 of 1 point. "01 = $15.625, so "08 for example would equal $15.625 * 8 = $125, and 1"00 equal $1000"

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