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Option Workshop, version 19.2.1808

We have released a new version of the Option Workshop. Main changes are around the FOS (Futures Orders Stairs) feature. We've rewritten it from scratch. Documentation is not updated yet, thus, a brief description of what has changed below.

Option Workshop, version 18.8.1744

User parameters of volatility scew lines now can be marked as default to be used for all new charts. In the instrument tree it 's now possible to see instruments, which does not have options. Vertical line showing current price of an underlying asset added to the volatility scew chart.

Option Workshop, version 18.6.1727

Main feature in this version is an ability to rotate market data subscriptions, so we can have a quasi-realtime quotes for as much instruments as we want. We also improved stability of the delta-hedger in "discrete by base asset price" regime.

Option Workshop, version 17.6.1515

In this update, we’ve added several improvements: copying a strategy with all fills, a new Mnns (moneyness) column that shows the option status, the ability to bind the Charts form with the active (selected) strategy in the Positions manager, the ability to display the P&L chart taking the commission for the fills into account, etc.

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.

Bear Call Spread

Bear Call Spread. An alternative name is Credit Call Spread. Bearish position. It is a vertical spread involving an equal number of long and short calls on the same underlying asset and with the same expiration date. It is a credit spread, which means you receive money to put on the position. The strategy profits as long as the price of the underlying security remains below the breakeven point.