Irvine, CA, January 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Being a commodity option trader just got easier. OptiQuotes.com allows traders to instantly view all option and option spread prices for any commodity market in specialized graphs called the OptionWindow™ and SpreadWindow™. It is no longer necessary to manually sift through tables of option quotes or calculate option spread values.
OptiQuotes currently supports 35 commodity markets from all 8 major market sectors. The OptiQuotes Windows™ display daily settlement prices with an option to view historical pricing data as well. OptiQuotes is easy to use with built-in default features, but also allow users to customize the windows as needed. Traders can choose which option months they wish to view and select from various window ranging choices including an advanced dynamic ranging feature which automatically focuses all displayed data. The SpreadWindow also allows traders to select different option spread values, where the prices are automatically recalculated and displayed in a new window.
Brokers and traders are using OptiQuotes for many purposes. Some use OptiQuotes as a way to view and get option or option spread values fast. In addition, by using data visualization you are able to see and compare option prices for each month in relationship to each other, which can help identify opportunities you may not have seen when viewing prices in the traditional table format. Others use OptiQuotes to estimate the future value of options or option spreads given a certain underlying market movement, helping compare return to risk ratios. Finally, OptiQuotes Windows can be valuable educational tools especially when used in conjunction with the in depth theory described in the OptiQuotes User Guide.
Full access to OptiQuotes, with all of its features, is completely free for a limited time. Please visit OptiQuotes.com to take advantage of this new, powerful tool.
OptiQuotes was founded in 2007 to help traders make better trading decisions by developing an innovative and powerful way to display commodity option pricing data.
Jeff DiTullio, Chief Technical Officer