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Multi-leg Options Analysis - Covered Calls, Iron Condors, Butterflys ...
Options/NET 11.0 gives you the capability to quickly and easily analyze complex multi-leg option positions.
Analyze multi-leg option positions such as Straddles, Calendar Puts, Covered Calls and more using Options/X or Options/NET. Full souce code demo is provided. It is possible to quickly and easily create profit-loss graphs for any position, eg Iron Condor, Calendar Spread, Ratio Write, Covered Call, Strangle, Straddle, Long Put. Any multi-leg option position can be created and then analyzed in terms of profit potential, profit ranges, maximum profit or losses in a range or at all, break-even points, probability to make a profit, total cost for the position.
Multi-leg options profit-loss application created using Visual C# 2008 with MSChart .NET 3.5 and Options/NET. Options/X can be used to create the same application in Visual Basic 6 using Options/X.
This page shows sample applications built with Options/NET. This example prices and analyses
GE March 2002 Options. The data is also included with the sample
application for S&P500 and others. The graphical display shows
Volatility Skew for this stock.
ASP.NET Sample Options-PricerClick here to try Options-Pricer ASP.NET Sample Application.
Note: Full source for this web application is provided with Options/NET. Pop-ups should be allowed for your web browser.
Related Options SoftwareOptions/X - Options Analysis ActiveX and COM Control
Options/NET - Options Analysis .NET Component
Options/CF - Options Analysis .NET Compact Framework Component
This application was built using Visual Basic but it could just as easily have been built with Visual C++.NET, Visual C# or any other compatible programming environment. Each function is accessible in just one line of code. You are free to use the source code for this application as part of your own when you purchase Options/NET.