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General Discussion · Implied Volatility
no4j
msg #36252
6/7/2005 11:24:07 PM

Ha ha. Told you I was confused.

Dave


General Discussion · Implied Volatility
no4j
msg #36248
6/7/2005 9:02:40 AM

Another thought. I'm hung up on trying to find "cheap" options based on Theorhetical Value. Is that even important? If I am playing short term (less that 2 weeks), does it really matter? Will the option find it's way back to Theorhetical Value (costing me money) or always be over-priced? At least for the very short term.

It's just that I hear everywhere that if you are going to play options, you need to buy over-priced and sell under-priced.

Confused, sort of.

Dave


General Discussion · Implied Volatility
no4j
msg #36245
6/7/2005 8:52:37 AM

All of you guys, thanks. Great info. OK, given that options are priced, partly, on something we cannot scan for, I'd still like to find options priced under their "Theorhetical Value" (they are out there). I guess I want to make bricks without straw.


General Discussion · Implied Volatility
no4j
msg #36235
6/6/2005 6:13:27 PM

Well, I think it is simply volatility. But I'm not sure what time fame is used. One of the factors involved in pricing options is volatility of the underlying stock. They call it implied volatility. I haven't been able to find a volatility settint that will match up with it, so I'm not sure what it is.

Dave


General Discussion · Implied Volatility
no4j
msg #36224
6/6/2005 9:12:15 AM

OK. So I'm an options player. I'm looking for a filter to return a dip in implied volatility (same time frame as used to determine option prices). That's the missing piece (right now).

Thanks

Dave


General Discussion · Date Offset not working for me
no4j
msg #35232
2/27/2005 1:08:00 PM

JD, yes that works ok. It's just that when a put it into a saved filter and run it, it runs as if the offset was not there. I'm confused.



General Discussion · Date Offset not working for me
no4j
msg #35228
2/27/2005 9:29:56 AM

Alright. Obviously, any of you that tried this filter saw that it was working correctly. The problem is, when I write it in "My Filters" and run it, the offset doesn't work.

Any ideas on that?

Dave



General Discussion · Date Offset not working for me
no4j
msg #35227
2/27/2005 9:27:55 AM

Fetcher[Show stocks where ema(13) crossed above ema(50) and date offset is 20]



This produces crosses that happened yesterday. The offset is not working. What am I doing wrong?

Dave


General Discussion · Help: Filters using * / + - % Calculations
no4j
msg #35192
2/23/2005 9:13:47 PM

Peter, that works perfectly.

Thank you,

Dave


General Discussion · Help: Filters using * / + - % Calculations
no4j
msg #35190
2/23/2005 8:25:14 AM

I know it is here if I keep looking. but I've looked a lot and can't figure it out.

Say I want a filter to find a 1 day volume spike greater than 4 times the Average Volume(90).

???????????

Dave


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