Discover the Power of Gamma Levels
Monitor the gamma exposure of the Market Maker across different key levels, as well as access indicators such as: Daily Expected Move, Option Volume and Open Interest, Put Call Ratios, Gamma Exposure (GEX), Delta Exposure (DEX) and Net GEX Levels.
Trade with Precision and Confidence
Knowing how Market Makers are hedging their books and the level of gamma in the market can help us pinpoint key levels and sticky strike prices. We use these levels to build directional strategies or leverage these levels in our options spread trades.
By accessing the Menthor Q Levels Indicator on TradingView we can leverage the power of real time data and set up our strategy before the market opens. We can then monitor, create alerts and speed up our decision-making process.
Positive and Negative Gamma
Understanding the Gamma Regime is key for our strategy. Market Makers hedge differently in Negative Gamma and this can have a direct impact on intraday price movements and trends.
Monitor the Key Primary Levels like the Call Resistance, High Vol Level and Put Support. These levels are the baseline for our market analysis. A break above or below these levels can change market positioning and volatility.
Net GEX Levels
Gamma Levels are Key Price Levels where there is more Negative or Positive Gamma based on market positioning and open interest. By looking at the options data we can define sticky price levels that can help us define our trading plan.
1D Expected Move Indicator
Leverage the Menthor Q 1D Expected Move Indicator. It takes forward implied volatility and helps us project possible future movements. It creates a daily range that can be used to set up our strategy.
Understanding the different Greeks is key to managing the risk of our position. The Option Matrix provides you access with relevant information across the option on Greeks, Open Interest and relevant ratios.
Get Set up with Menthor Q in less than 5 minutes
In this Video our team will show you how to integrate the Menthor Q Data in your trading routine and get set up in just a few minutes.
Follow the Market Makers
An investor taking a position in an option (call or put) will be matched on the other side of the trade by a Market Maker, who manages the risk associated with that position by dynamically hedging through a process called Delta Hedging.
Our models allows you to access indicators such as:
- Daily Expected Move
- Option Volume and Open Interest
- Put Call Ratios
- Gamma Exposure (GEX)
- Delta Exposure (DEX)
- Net GEX Levels
Why use Gamma Levels?
Using Gamma Levels can help you:
✅ Identify key entry and exit levels and improve your trading strategy, on 0DTEs, weekly and monthly expiries
✅ Anticipate potential change of gamma exposure that could lead to market volatility
✅ Understand if the market volatility is more bullish or bearish by observing the change in Gamma at different levels
Gamma Levels can be used in conjunction with other indicators to help you make better decisions.