VERY Helpful options trading links with coding techniques including IQFeed and Options chains with .NET and C#

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VERY Helpful options trading links with coding techniques including IQFeed and Options chains with .NET and C#

This link proves options could be very profitable but do understand you can lose your shirt as well:

Options Basics: Introduction | Investopedia

Take heed on stuff like this but it does prove to be much more lucrative than equity trading. Also, if you use proper forecasting technique (ie, quant), you could minimize your risk but that is never a guarantee. It just reduces your risk.


Why trade off the third Frioday of each month:

Options Don’t Expire On The Third Friday Of Every Month (Technically)

All source code for C# and .NET

Doing options chain for data retrieval:

In Tradelink



DTN IQFeed, DTN.IQ, DTN ProphetX Support Forums :

to capture 3rd Friday of the month:

Downloading data from Yahoo FInance:

C++ interview questions on database, debugging, gdb, arrays

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