Category: Futures Trading

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05/07/2010

Permalink 10:29:33 am, by Dana Comolli Email , 1058 words   English (US)
Categories: Futures Trading, Backoffice, Marketing, Data Access

Using Excel to access TheBooks data

TheBooks automatically summarizes a wide range of trading and performance data in formats that are easily accessible to users of common office application such as Microsoft Access and Excel. I will show you how to use Excel to access data from TheBooks without any programming at all. more »

05/03/2010

Permalink 09:30:13 am, by Dana Comolli Email , 301 words   English (US)
Categories: Futures Trading, Backoffice, Marketing

Tear Sheets made easy

All advisors create a monthly Tear Sheet describing their program, its performance in the prior month, and the performance since inception. They also include a number of statistics and typically contain comparisons of the advisor's program with one or more benchmarks. TheBooks makes the process easy. more »

03/16/2010

Permalink 03:36:46 pm, by Dana Comolli Email , 491 words   English (US)
Categories: Reconciliation, Accounting, Futures Trading

APS was supposed to make things easier

When the Clearing Corporation developed the Average Price System (APS) approach to handling mixed fills, its purpose was to make it easier for traders to allocate their trades accross multiple accounts. Unfortunately, policy changes at some FCMs has changed all that. more »

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