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Introducing Option Workbench 4.0 - Free Trial Available

The latest release of Option Workbench has a new look and feel and contains a ton of new features including earnings data, position editor enhancements, position creation, position management and a portfolio monitor. A one month free trial is now available by clicking here and using Coupon Code: FreeOWB.

Read the release notes below for a  more detailed explanation and watch the video.

McMillan Announces 2014 Black Friday Specials

We will be offering some pretty great discounts on McMillan's top educational products as part OptionStrategist.com's Black Friday promotion.

Binary Options - The ByRDs Are Coming! Part 2 - Option Education Video

Join Stan Freifeld, Director of Corporate Services and head option mentor at McMillan Analysis Corporation for this complimentary webinar event. Binary Return Derivatives (affectionately known as ByRDs) are now scheduled to begin trading before yearend 2014. This new and innovative product has characteristics that are similar to Puts and Calls but there are also some significant differences. Join Stan as he discusss these new binary options and strategies for trading them.

Introducing McMillan's Latest Option Seminar Course

Renowned option analyst and best-selling author Lawrence G. McMillan is proud to announce his latest edition to his Intensive Option series, the Intensive Option Webinars: Volume 1. Containing over 9 hours of valuable information, this USB flash-drive video set features three of McMillan's most popular seminar topics, specifically Volatility Trading, Modern Portfolio Protection, and Speculative Option Trading.

Option Workbench 4.0 Preview

Join Craig Hilsenrath at the eMoneyShow as he previews the new capabilities of the upcoming 4.0 release of the powerful Option Workbench. Get comfortable with the new look of the software, discover the new earnings data tied into the expected value concept, and learn how to execute and manage trades right in Option Workbench. Register at the eMoneyshow today.

Short-Term Volatility Index ($VXST) Options Begin Trading

By Lawrence G. McMillan

As subscribers know, the CBOE created the Short-Term Volatility Index ($VXST) earlier this year.  It is a 9-day average volatility as opposed to a 30-day average volatility, which is what $VIX is.  Moreover, $VXST futures started trading about two months ago, on February 13th.

Announcing Option Workbench 3.0

By Craig Hilsenrath

We are proud to announce the release of Option Workbench 3.0! This upgrade to Option Workbench puts even more power in your hands with these new features:

Option Consulting by Stan Freifeld

You may not be aware, but Stan Freifeld of the McMillan Mentoring Program also directs our consulting services. It allows those who have questions regarding their options trading to have a professional trader provide insight, analysis and solutions to many trading situations.

Join Us for a Free Webinar: Introduction to Option Workbench 3.0

By Craig Hilsenrath

We are excited to announce the release of Option Workbench 3.0 on February 15th, 2014. I will be giving live demonstrations at the New York Trader's Expo in the McMillan Analysis booth (#5409) in the exhibit hall located on the 5th floor from February 16th through February 18th.

The New and Improved Option Workbench (Version 2.2)

By Craig Hilsenrath

We are pleased to announce the release of Option Workbench 2.2. This new version of Option Workbench contains several new features that make finding opportunities even easier and assist you in analyzing your risks before you trade.


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