The Fourier Cosine Expansion (COS) method is used to price European options numerically in a very efficient way. To apply the COS method, one has to specify two parameters: a truncation range for the density of the log-returns and a number of terms N to approximate the truncated density by a cosine series. How to choose the truncation range is already known. Here, we are able to find an explicit and useful bound for N as well for pricing and for the sensitivities, i.e., the Greeks Delta and Gamma. We further show that the COS method has an exponential order of convergence when the density is smooth and decays exponentially. However, when the density is smooth and has heavy tails, as in the Finite Moment Log Stable model, the COS method does not have exponential order of convergence. Numerical experiments confirm the theoretical results.