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Enhancements in this version:

Added DDE functionality to charts

Charts now have a DDE button (1) that will create DDE links to live chart data that can be pasted into Excel.


Added Fibonacci Time Zones to chart drawing tools

Fibonacci Time Zones can be selected from the drawing tools drop down menu (1). Click on the chart after selecting Fibonacci Time Zones and vertical lines (2) will appear denoting the various Fibonacci levels across time. Click and drag any of the lines to move the entire study left or right, or right click on the lines and select "properties" to adjust the appearance of the study.


Added MACD to Renko and Point & Figure chart types

The MACD study has been made available in Renko and Point & Figure chart types.

Bjerksund Stensland 93 model added to Options Pro

The Bjerksund Stensland 93 model has been added to Options Pro. To select this model, open the Model Management window and click the "Model" tab (1) in the upper left area of the window. From there, click on the "Model Type" field (2) and choose Bjerksund Stensland 93.


Shock Impact added to all slide reports in Options Pro

Shock Impact is a matrix of plus/minus a percentage of underlying change and plus/minus a percentage of volatility change. By default, underlying and volatility percentage changes are set at the account level by a firm admin. However, custom values can be entered on the frontend via the Model Management window. Within Model Management, click the "Series" tab (1) in the upper left, then scroll down to the "Shock Impact" heading (2). Underlying Change Percentage and Volatility can be adjusted here by clicking the current values, typing in new values, and clicking the apply button in the lower right of Model Management. To switch to the new custom values instead of the default values set by the firm admin, click the properties button in Portfolio Analysis (3) and change Shock Impact Type from "Account" to "Underlying Basis" (4). The Shock Impact values are added to all slide reports by checking the "PE Change: Shock Impact" box in the Portfolio Analysis views section of the main properties.



New Advanced Pricing settings in TradeSniper

TradeSniper now offers the ability to customize the interval in which leg trades can be combined to form strategy trades. From the Advanced Pricing tab (1) of the Spread Editor, click the value next to Trade Matching Interval (2) to change the interval. Note that values are entered as milliseconds, so a value of 1000 will create a 1 second window in which constituent legs can trade and still be combined to form strategy trades. TradeSniper also adds the ability to include implied leg trades from spreads for charting and trade matching purposes. This setting is also in the Advanced Pricing tab (1) and is labeled "DueToSpread Matching" (3).


New order types for TradeSniper orders

Payup orders in TradeSniper can now be changed to Limit or Market orders. LimitIC orders remain the default. To change the order type, click the Spread tab (1) in the Spread Editor and change the "Leg Order Type Payup" (2) to match the desired order type.


Added grouping of TradeSniper orders in order book

The TradeSniper tab of the Order Book will now automatically group related TradeSniper orders for easier tracking. Each order placed via the TradeSniper will have a unique ID so that all legs, whether working, cancelled, filled, or rejected will remain grouped together.
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