We prepared a major update for Option Workshop. Many new features have been added to help our users trade efficiently. In the new version, you can change the position’s opening price, set the commission for the exchange/underlying assets/option series/futures, display the IV curves for several pricing models simultaneously, etc.
In the new version we have unified the format of the options series codes. Now, the codes are displayed in a unified format for all elements in the interface. Also we have made minor changes in the what-if scenarios functionality, exchange visibility configuration window and accounts visibility configuration window.
In our new version, we have added several improvements by request from our users, and fixed some interface bugs, the DDE export bugs etc. The new version can already be downloaded from our website or through the update system.
September is here and we have a whole new major update to talk about. There are several new features that have been added to Option Workshop to help our users trade as efficiently and effectively as possible. Without further ado, I’m going to talk about each of these feature, and what they allow.
In Option Workshop most of the data is displayed in tabular form. For convenience the tables can be customized to your requirements. We’ve made two videos that demonstrate how to do it: The first video is about selecting which columns to display, specifying width and sorting order. The second video is about how to create presets,which are used to quickly switch between different table settings
The next update, rolling out in the upcoming weeks, will include the ability to toggle between the Positions manager and the Fills manager on the same screen (see Fig. 1 and Fig. 2), among other changes. This change affects only the interface – the logic of working with positions and fills remains the same.
Brief description of how to manipulate windows/tabs/dialogs. Nothing new it terms of technology, but often users don’t realize what they can do, how they can setup their layouts.