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Using QuikStrike Historical ATM Vol Charts

Calmer corn markets ahead? Volatility for March contract fell following Monday’s USDA report. @quikstrike1 pic.twitter.com/M2nAmU7HAv — CMEGroup (@CMEGroup) January 13, 2015 In wake of Monday’s USDA report, the CME Group tweeted a QuikStrike ATM Vol History graph to showcase lower volatility in the March contract for Corn. Viewing this chart in QuikStrike takes a few […]

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Compare Vol History on our Vol Term Structure Page

QuikStrike was created to provide our users with fast, easy access to volatility information. The Vol Term Structure page makes it easy to compare at-the-money (ATM) implied volatility levels across all expirations on a single page. Using the Chart Settings and Expiration Filter dropdowns and the Expiration Table, users can create a personalized ATM implied […]

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How Are You Using the QuikStrike Sidebar?

Have you started using the My Notes feature? Are you following our most recent Twitter activity? Do you keep items in your Watches? These are just a few of the ways that you can take advantage of the Sidebar in QuikStrike. Simply navigate to the right hand side of the page and click the title […]

The Standard Pricing Sheet is the Place to Start

Remember when you initially logged into QuikStrike? The Standard Pricing Sheet was the first page you saw, and that’s not by mistake. The Standard Pricing Sheet, and all the other pricing sheets, are structured in a way that allow our users to manipulate them quickly and easily. It is our goal to give our users […]

Get Greek Help: QS.EDU Has a Calcs 101 Tab

In our most recent post, we referenced the Greek help in the QS.EDU section of QuikStrike. Understanding what each Greek value means and how they are affected by changes in the strike price, future price, volatility, days to expiration and interest rates is imperative in order to trade options successfully. The Calcs 101 tab thoroughly […]