Ive been considering ONE as my OV is coming up. Ken's really great on customer service for OV but there are other issues. I have no experience with ONEI was using Tradier brokerage with OptionNet Explorer. I just switched to TradeHawk. If anyone wants feedback about OptionNet, I will gladly give it in a private message.
Yes, at the top left of the pnl chart, there's a volatility box, just up arrow or down arrow to see what volatility changes do to your trade.Yes I do like that feature ... is there any way to apply potential changes like IV increase/decrease to model the impact on the PnL?
My opinion is that instead spending time and money for ONE better invest time in learning any basic coding. Maybe this is not as 'cool' as learning new software but pay-off is so much greater. Coding is not that hard but you must be willing to work bit harder than pushing buttons on screen.
Learn basic coding for what purpose?
Well, you might be right. My first BT code was really long but this was because I had no experience in coding and you have to solve database issues. Yes, learning easily can take few months. Is it long or short? - this is relative. Benefits can be substantial. Actually database handling is more important that code itself. It helps if you code with somebody. But all this is known to you. BT is only small part and nowdays not very important to me. A disagree that you have to be advanced to write BT, I'm definitely not - but, again, this is relative too.
I was using Tradier brokerage with OptionNet Explorer. I just switched to TradeHawk