Our new model brand logo is <codex.qbt> of which you’re going to see more of in the future as our signature icon.

It is baseline defined as a “code” for programming of which eventually moves from binary code toward a “Qubit” superposition quantum program language.

We are using Excel as a baseline platform in determining Proof of Concept of parameters inputs correlated to equations and networking calibrations.

We have posted our latest video showing the simple sequencing of data input from the Thinkorswim (TOS) platform into Excel for the Strangles and Straddles template.

Click here to view the video on setting up our options template spreadsheet.

When it comes to trading “Strangles” or “Straddle” spreads, there few quantifiable “optics” that show a comparison of movement between the Call and Put premiums, calibrated to your “entry price” to give you enough insight to entrain your cognitive decision making towards more profitability.

Nor are there calibrated Excel spreadsheets that give you flexibility with defined ranges of which you can “code” yourself though the Open Source format.

We developed this spreadsheet template for traders to use in simulating their thesis and/or in executing actual trades to track the profit/loss ratio.

It is meant for the novice to have access to an introductory process, so complexity is minimized.

The optics reflect to the user just exactly how the choice of strike price is affected comparatively to the underlying assets price move, volatility and option chain month choice.

There are so many scenarios with option spreads that it takes time to learn which strategy works best under specific market performance conditions.

We are all guilty in trading losses through our stubborn “confirmation bias”‘ so these templates are meant to be “impartial judges” to confront bad default habits and entrain your subconscious mental decision making processes toward refined risk defined knowledge that triggers profitable executions.

The <codex.qbt> Excel templates shown in the videos are available per request, and for now, gratis.

Please give me some time for turn around as I’m the only one managing this the plethora of requests.

Peace.

Rich

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2 thoughts on “CODING THE EXCEL SPREADSHEET – STRANGLES AND STRADDLES

  1. Rich, I have been looking for help on building an excel spreadsheet that allows combination options such as strangles and straddles and not just splitting as separate trades (call/put). I would greatly appreciate a copy!! Thanks!

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    1. Hi Patricia,

      I emailed you one of my Excel spreadsheets. I may seem like “Greek” to look at and try to discern what all the numbers mean yet – if you have any questions I can break it down for you. For now there is the means of putting in your data parameters – and linking up fresh data from TOS yet once set up it really does the job of guiding you to Buy Sell or Wait.

      Peace.
      Rich

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