وسطاء تداول الفوركس

وسطاء تداول الفوركس

Welcome to the thinkorswim tutorial and the fifth module, Analyze That. And this is actually a backtesting tool for options, and thinkorswim has over a decade in option data for you to backtest on it. وسطاء تداول الفوركس what you’re going to do here is place backtrades and see what profit or loss would have occurred as the option matures.

After you do that, you have to choose the date on which you want the data to be at. To change the date, just click on this calendar, and choose the date from the calendar that pops out. The first thing you want to do is open one of these options to look at the calls and the puts that existed on February 12. You can see on this side the calls and you can see on this side the puts, or the put options.

Now, to create a backtrade is easy. You would just have to click on the ask side of the market to create a buy trade either on a call or on a put or click on the bid side of the market to create a sell trade on a put or on a call. Now, because we don’t sell naked calls or puts, we are going to create a buy trade on a call on February 12. Now, you just have to choose the option, and click on it. We are going on click on this one, and create a backtrade. And now, we have created a backtrade of 10 call options on February 12 at 5675.

L date right here is on the same date. And if you look at the chart, you can see that you have the historic price action chart on Tesla for a given period of time, and you have a horizontal line giving you the entry or the option price that you bought or the call option that you bought. 650, so it wasn’t a very good idea to buy this weekly options or this weeklies for a very short time trade. Now, let’s move forward, and let’s see what happens next.

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