I'm looking to start a User Group here, or on YahooGroups regarding the Peter Hoadley Options Strategies Evaluation Tools. I have had this Excel Add-in for several months now and, while it's helpful, I know I'm not finding what I'm looking for in the tutorials. I want to find an overview that shows how to use the tools to answer basic questions, like "to buy or not to buy". Or, "to write or not to write" a call. Anyone else own this product?
Oh, and I suppose I could post a link to the website from whence this product comes. http://www.hoadley.net/options/options.htmIt's a very powerful tool, written by a mathematical genius I'm quite certain and though I think I can eventually utilize what is within, it would be nice if there was a guide for practical application to the real world of options trading.
Hi obi,In addition to Hoadley, check out thinkorswim's analytical software:http://www.thinkorswim.com/tos/displayPage.tos?webpage=dtAnalyze The good thing about thinkorswim is that real-time market data is fully integrated into the analytics so that you can do real-time options evaluation.Jim
Obi,Have you been able to make use of the Hoadley tools?I have been aware of them for some time and have considered buying them.It would be interesting to get an update from you on your use of them.Mike
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