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EasyLanguage: fetch option price using Stock ticker

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Is it possible to fetch the price of an stock/option/future that is different from the main symbol in RadarScreen?

I'm trying to add a RadarScreen column that displays the price of the first out-of-the-money weekly call option of each stock listed. Also, I'm looking for real values, OptionPrice() only gives theoretical prices.

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