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Last updated: 2022-12-02 6:42 am

Options Trading Portfolio

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How to Read the Options Trading Portfolio

Account balance shows how to manage risks by benchmarking against SPY. Here are tips for reading the data:

  • Net Liquidity is the net balance of the account.
  • Buying Power available to make trades.
  • Each position's P/L since Open or from current Day.
  • Total Cash is the available cash in the account. Since our primary strategy is selling options, we receive cash income when opening positions. So the Total Cash is usually higher than Net Liquidity.
  • Position Equity is the value of equity positions if all the options expire worthless.
  • We benchmark each open position against SPY by Beta Weight Delta, so we can keep our portfolio neutral and manage risks against market fluctuations.
  • We calculate the Expected Daily Move of SPY by its Implied Volatility, and estimate our portfolio's expected P/L changes.
  • We use Portfolio Stress Test SPY -20% to calculate the risk exposure to our account when SPY crashes by 20%. So we can manage risks against market crashes.

Here are the tips to reading the profit and loss of current options positions:

  • Last is the current market price of the given Symbol.
  • Each position's P/L since Open or from current Day.
  • Mark is the current value per option contract.
  • Instrument contains the details of the options contract: each contract equals 100 stocks, expiration date, strike price, Put or Call option.
  • Quantity is the number of contracts. A negative number is selling options, and a positive number is buying options.
  • No data in Instrument field means the current position holds the Quantity amount of stocks.
  • Days To Expiration is the number of days before the options contract expires.
  • Trade Price is the opening value of the options contract. The difference between Trade Price and Mark is the profit or loss per contract.
  • We use Delta, Theta, Vega to manage risks when trading options.
  • Strategy is the options trading method for each position.
  • Type indicates whether the position is OPTION or EQUITY.

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