So, if someone asked you to describe an options multiplier would you know how? For index options contracts, the index multiplier, sometimes referred to as a multiplier, is the number of underlying units the contract represents. Traditional index options have a 100-contract multiplier, so one option contract controls 100 units of the underlying index. But Nanos have a one-multiplier, which is pretty unique.

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