PMpublishing's Professional Options Package (ePOP) is server-based trading and risk management software for options traders. Designed by traders for on-screen trading (or use in the pits), ePOP's customized trading tools are essential to understanding options risk and reacting to rapidly changing conditions. ePOP's full range of capabilities, ease-of-use, and flexibility provides a solid foundation for successful trading.
Traditional greeks plus combo and skew risk derivatives.
dynamic volatility models
Model the market's movement better.
View a graph of your skew parameters over time.
See your position over a range of underlying prices, into the future, or with different skews.
robust risk limits
Controlled by the clearinghouse, by your group's risk manager, and by the individual trader, set boundries for delta risk, upside/downside risk, and many more.
Stop trading when the market destabilizes or when your risk reaches predetermined threshold.
bad trade prevention
Only make trades with positive edge or other requirements that you set.
auto widening, tightening, and size adjustments
Change quotes based on the underlying market and other factors.
Avoid losing trades with trading version of a collision avoidance system.
Identify trades that fit your specific risk objectives.
Make moves before the rest of the market with statistical pricing.
Price complex spreads and quote them based on their risk characteristics.
Buy the bid or sell the offer using "work with a tick" functionality.
mass market orders
Autoquote two sides of options markets based on edge per stike or strategy.
Work the underlying before trading the options.
What factors are driving your position P/L? Is your P/L performance in accordance with your model?
Address problems in your model with incremental improvements or total rewrites.
Use our statistical methods to implement your ideas about the market.
Implement your own skew model or customize one of ePOP's skew models.
Hook into ePOP with your own external software using a variety of methods depending on performance requirements.
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