61point8's Trade Book (Public-Facing)

IDStatusSymbolTradeLong / ShortQuantityEntry DateEntry PriceClosing PriceClosed QuantityClosing DateProfit / Loss
2443 CSPYShort SPY November 15 2019 306/304 Put SpreadS20011/4/2019$48.00$14.0020011/12/2019$6,800.00
2444 CSPYLong SPY December 20 2019 307/309 Call SpreadL20011/4/2019$122.00$124.0020011/13/2019$400.00
2446 CAAPLShort $AAPL November 15 2019 260/257.50 Put SpreadS10011/12/2019$60.00$49.0010011/13/2019$1,100.00
2450 CSPYShort SPY November 29 2019 314/313 Put SpreadS20011/25/2019$47.00$23.0020011/27/2019$4,800.00
2451 CAAPLShort AAPL November 26 2019 265/262.50 Put Spread S10011/26/2019$69.00$56.0010011/27/2019$1,300.00
Monthly P/L:   $14,400.00

The public-facing version of the trade book only displays trades and P/L for the prior months.  The current month's open positions and P/L are only accessible by TradeWinds subscribers.  The trade book was implemented in early June 2014.  Hence, granular data for the months of January through May 2014 are not available.



Status:     O = Open     C = Closed     P = Partially Closed 

  • Click on the ticker symbol (in the second column) to view the the technical setup associated with the trade. (Not always available).
  • A losing trade is often part of a complex, multi-legged options trade strategy (i.e., spreads) whose outcome was net positive.  
  • All trades are tightly managed.  No trade is ever permitted to 'go astray'.   
  • A partially-closed position will automatically generate a new open position for the remaining open quantity.
  • The Entry Price and Closing Price specify the per-unit price, i.e., the price of one (1) options contract or share of stock at entry and exit, respectively.
  • For a given trade, net debit or credit = [Quantity] x [Entry Price].
  • Monthly P/L calculations only take into account closed trades (i.e., realized P/L).
  • At the start of a new month, open trades from prior months are carried forward until closed.
  • Profitable trades are highlighted in green. 
  • Unprofitable trades are highlighted in red.
  • Break-even trades are highlighted in gray.