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Call and Put Options Strategies

Simulate Bull Put Spread, Bear Call Spread, Bull Call Spread, Bear Put Spread

Analyze options strategy performance and validate trading ideas using historical data

Learn how to choose option strikes by testing and optimizing each options selection

Manage risk and simulate core strategies: Long Call, Long Put, Short Put

Screen strategies by volatility, greeks, distance to breakeven, technical performance and much more

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Whether you are seeking to improve long-term investing or short-term trading results, strategies geared toward both need to be tested to minimize risks and optimize performance. Oscreener allows you to simulate option strategies with historical performance metric for strategy analysis and optimization.

Monitor your strategies, manage risk, save screens and set notifications from your Oscreener dashboard

Options Simulation made so simple:
a) Select screening parameters from the left menu
b) Specify stop loss (%) from back tester menu
c) Test your strategy and tweak many other parameters.

Our options trading Simulator allows you to optimize strategies by reviewing performance of each strike price
Choosing the right strike price when trading options can determine the odds of success vs. failure over the long run:

- HIGH out-of-the-money option strikes > lead to HIGH profit vs loss ratio > but LOW probability of successful trade
- LOW in-the-money option strikes > lead to LOW profit vs loss ratio > but HIGH probability of successful trade

Oscreener Simulator provides probability metrics to help traders identify optimal strategies without risking any capital.

The following screening parameters are supported for simulating option strategies:

1) Options Strategy Screening parameters:
a. Specify individual equity or create equities portfolio or screen entire options market and simulating your option strategy.
b. Option Strategy Return (in %) also known as 'return on risk'.
c. Budget per strategy or 'max risk' (in US dollars).
d. Expiration periods.
e. Front Volatility (Implied Volatility).
f. Greeks - Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega.
g Trading volume - Minimum number of contracts traded on a single leg of selected options strategy
h. Distance to breakeven in % at each option strategy.
i. Equity Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly Technical Performance in %.
j. Equity Technical 5,20,50,100 Day Moving Average above/below in %.

2) Risk visualization.
Individual equity charts to visualize target profit, risk and distance to expiration of each options strategy.
For example March Bull Put Spread on SHW in early December gives profit of 15% on investment when equity price continues trend and goes up or changes trend and stays neutral. The strategy can still be in profit even if SHW stock falls 9%. (Risk visualization is displayed on the sample chart)

3) Option strategy periodical returns stats. Options strategy back testing over selected time periods until expiration. (Option strategy periodical returns stats)

4) Historical strategy entry and exit points are clearly displayed in a multi-column format. Entry and Exit equity price, target profit / actual profit in % and $, distance to breakeven, ask/bid price, greeks, volatility and much more.

Oscreener improves visibility in trades and allows traders to simulate options strategies and manage risk more effectively.

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