You can specify whether each plan view is oriented to Project North or True North. By default, plan views are oriented to Project North. Open a plan view. On the Properties palette, for Orientation, select a value: Project North aligns the view with the preferred orientation for design work, as specified for the model. True North aligns the view with .

That's expected, as " Stock options can be used in conservatively to increase the return on your investments provide protection against a decline in the price of your stock allow you to buy stock below current market price allow you to sell stock above current market price reduce the fluctuations in the value of your portfolio profit from taking a bulliish, bearish, or neutral position on the stock market, or a specific stock trade without owning a single share of stock See The Rookie's Guide to Options: I think I can confirm having found the source of that discrepancy. The format used to describe an option is:

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You can specify whether each plan view is oriented to Project North or True North. By default, plan views are oriented to Project North. Open a plan view. On the Properties palette, for Orientation, select a value: Project North aligns the view with the preferred orientation for design work, as specified for the model. True North aligns the view with .

Do you know when you might be able to update the extension? I can fix it for myself, but there were a few other WLP users that were using this strategy as well.

I noticed you said a few months. Are we looking at April or later? Hi Tim, For technical reasons, we'll upload the update shortly after next scheduled Wealth-Lab build becomes available. On a broader note, all extension updates have been suspended since the release of our updated website and until new WL build comes out. It looks like the PercentRank implementation in Community. Indicators is different than the Larry Connor's algorithm. There were some descrepancies with the values returned from the indicator and what was expected.

We traced the difference to the PercentRank values. Here's the latest version I'm working with that seems to produce better results Please log in to see this code. It looks like the difference is the routine above. If I go back to the code that uses the PercentRank, I get the same result as you. I had an email from Larry Connors for after market close on April 15, As you can see these are off by a slight amount Tim, No, they don't: I noticed how insignificant was the difference.

Between CrPercentRank and the traditional PercentRank, the difference was 1 one trade out of ten thousand or so. That's expected, as " But thanks for your input anyway. The above discussion indicated a bug of the sort which would do that, but the thread seem to indicate that it had been fixed long ago. Yes, it was fixed years ago. Assuming the default parameters Close,3,2, it easily exceeds On how to work with Wealth-Lab extensions e. I had a version from , updated it to the latest and now it seems to be working correctly, thanks, Eugene.

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An option buyer has rights. You exercise one IBM Apr call. The price at which the stock is currently trading in irrelevant: This transaction takes place at the agreed upon price strike price. Upon exercise of the option, the exerciser delivers shares of stock and receives the strike price per share. An option seller has obligations. If the call buyer exercises the option, then one seller of the option is assigned an exercise notice, and is obligated to deliver shares of the specified stock.

For this stock, he is paid the agreed upon price strike price per share. Why should options be part of your investment portfolio? Stock options can be used in conservatively to increase the return on your investments provide protection against a decline in the price of your stock allow you to buy stock below current market price allow you to sell stock above current market price reduce the fluctuations in the value of your portfolio profit from taking a bulliish, bearish, or neutral position on the stock market, or a specific stock trade without owning a single share of stock See The Rookie's Guide to Options: The Beginner's Handbook of Trading Equity Options for details on how to accomplish these goals using six different option strategies.

Why don't more people use options? There is a common misconception about options. Although the options exchanges make a valiant effort to educate individual investors, many people mistakenly believe options are risky investment tools, suitable only for speculators. The truth is that it's the investors, not options, who are 'risky,' because they adopt strategies that have little chance of success.

When used conservatively, options can provide significant risk reduction and an increase in the annual returns of your investment portfolio. If you can make good profits by using conservative methods, why take unnecessary risk?