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About Option Workshop version numbering and releases

The Option Workshop’s version number consists of three parts: the release year, the release month, the build number – the serial number of the program version. Thus, version 17.3.1431 means that the update was released in March 2017, and the build number is 1431. In social networks, we publish short posts about features that will appear in the upcoming updates.

Weekend readings, 2016/12/30

Paul Krugman: And the Trade War Came "Corporate America is still in denial about the prospects for a global trade war, even though protectionism was a central theme of the Trump campaign.

Weekend readings, 2016/12/16

http://economistsview.typepad.com/economistsview/2016/12/fed-watch-fed-turns-hawkish.html “Fed Turns Hawkish, by Tim Duy: The FOMC raised the target range for the federal funds rate by 25bp today, as expected. But the tone of the press conference and the summary of economic projections were more hawkish than I anticipated.

Weekend readings, 2016/12/09

http://www.advisorperspectives.com/articles/2016/12/05/the-compelling-opportunity-in-emerging-growth-stocks “Trump, Buffett and Greenspan are correct, according to Kelton. Too much debt could have its consequences, but it is not a financial crisis along the lines of what Greece and other countries have faced. As a sovereign nation with complete control over its currency, the U.S. can always make good on its debts, on ...

Weekend reading 08/19/2016

About Option Workshop version numbering and releases

The Option Workshop’s version number consists of three parts: the release year, the release month, the build number – the serial number of the program version. Thus, version 17.3.1431 means that the update was released in March 2017, and the build number is 1431. In social networks, we publish short posts about features that will appear in the upcoming updates.

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Weekend readings, 2016/12/30

Paul Krugman: And the Trade War Came "Corporate America is still in denial about the prospects for a global trade war, even though protectionism was a central theme of the Trump campaign.

Weekend readings, 2016/12/16

http://economistsview.typepad.com/economistsview/2016/12/fed-watch-fed-turns-hawkish.html “Fed Turns Hawkish, by Tim Duy: The FOMC raised the target range for the federal funds rate by 25bp today, as expected. But the tone of the press conference and the summary of economic projections were more hawkish than I anticipated.

Weekend readings, 2016/12/09

http://www.advisorperspectives.com/articles/2016/12/05/the-compelling-opportunity-in-emerging-growth-stocks “Trump, Buffett and Greenspan are correct, according to Kelton. Too much debt could have its consequences, but it is not a financial crisis along the lines of what Greece and other countries have faced. As a sovereign nation with complete control over its currency, the U.S. can always make good on its debts, on ...