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### Options Spreadsheet on Tactical Trading Strategies

Version 1, **options trading excel worksheet**. It currently works for selling covered calls, selling cash secured puts, and selling naked puts.

As with my dividend tracker spreadsheetthe orange cells are ones that you manually edit and the green cells are calculated automatically. I use a Google Finance call to look up the stock price so you must use the ticker symbol as recognized by Google Finance. Open Date Open Date is the date that the option contract was opened. Exp Date Exp Date stands for expiration date and is the date that the contracted is scheduled to end. If you decide to close a contract early, then make sure to update the Close Date see below, *options trading excel worksheet*.

This field is used to calculate the annualized rate of return for a margin account and is used in **options trading excel worksheet** calculation for determining margin cash reserve. DTE Days to expiration. This shows the days left on the option contract. If the option has already expired, then 0 will be displayed rather than a negative number. Current Stock Price This field shows the current stock price of the underlying stock.

Break Even Price This field shows the break even price for the option exclusive of any fees. Strike Price The strike price of the option. Premium Premium is the money collected for selling a put or call, **options trading excel worksheet**.

It is also what you pay if buying a put or call. C C stands for contracts and indicates how many contracts you either sold or bought. Put Cash Reserve This field show the amount of money needed on hand in order to sell the option.

This will be x the strike price. For a non-margin account, that total amount needs to be in the account before your broker will allow the trade to go through. This is why this is called a cash-secured put.

That cash is ear marked for that option trade in case it gets put to you. If you sold a call, then this field is not used. Put Margin Reserve This field calculates the amount of money needed in the account for a naked put sold in an account with margin. If your broker has different requirements then this formula can be updated to reflect that.

It can be used to calculate the annualized rate of return column U. However, this field is not currently used. The annualized rate of return is based solely on the option rate of return as calculated on the strike price.

It does not take into account any gains or losses from selling the underlying stock. Any stock transactions can be performed on a separate spreadsheet, **options trading excel worksheet**.

This can changed by editing the formula in column U, if desired. If I bought to close the option then I would add that additional commission to the original value. Exit Price This is the price to exit the option.

If you bought to close, then type in whatever premium you paid. Close Date This is the date you either closed the option or it expired. It is used to calculate the Days Held column and is **options trading excel worksheet** for accurately calculating the annualized rate of return. The cell will be dark green for profit and red for *options trading excel worksheet* loss, *options trading excel worksheet*.

As described above, it does not include any profit or loss from selling the underlying stock in a covered call situation. Margin Annualized ROR Calculates the annualized rate of return based on the smaller margin cash reserve. This field is only used at this point for puts. It is not yet set up for calculating the rate of return for naked calls. Status Open, Closed, or Exercised. An example of exercised would be that you sold a covered call and it got called away from you.

Account I included this column in case you have multiple accounts in which you do your option trading, *options trading excel worksheet*. While it does feel good to book the premium collected as profit for the month you sold it, it makes more sense to realize it after the option is closed, either through expiration or through buying the option to close. This keeps things simple. In doing things this way, the entire trade is complete on a single row.

And, as similar to my dividend tracker, it also shows a table *options trading excel worksheet* monthly option income each year. Please let me know what you think! This is version 1. Any other features you would like to see? The spreadsheet is free and will always be available for free. However, if you find this spreadsheet useful, please consider donating to support *options trading excel worksheet* coffee fund and hosting costs.

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My Trading Journal (Excel Spreadsheet) It’s simply QTY (column E) divided by Bought (purchase price). Note that this is not accurate for shorts but it’s close enough for government work. % P&L: The percentage return for the trade. P&L divided by $ at Work. Again, not exact for shorts. Initial % Risk: Just tells me how far my stop was from my entry in percentage tartangosa.tk: Blain Reinkensmeyer. Option pricing spreadsheet that calculates the theoretical price and all of the Option Greeks for European Call and Put options. The spreadsheet also allows the user to enter up to 10 option legs for option strategy combination pricing. Options Trading Excel Protective Put A protective put involves going long on a stock, and purchasing a put option for the same stock. A protective put is implemented when you are bullish on a stock, but want to protect yourself from losses in case the stock price decreases.