OptionGrid v2.0 Software Simplifies Covered Call Investing

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OptionGrid v2.0 software upgrade adds covered call position management and portfolio tracking tools.

Butler Creek Software, Inc. is now shipping OptionGrid v2.0, investment software for Windows 98/NT/2000/XP that provides a comprehensive suite of tools for the covered call investor. OptionGrid v2.0 simplifies covered call investing with research, analysis, and portfolio tracking in one software package.

OptionGrid v2.0 offers new tools to monitor covered call positions. The software manages current positions with support for multiple trading accounts. OptionGrid v2.0 also maintains historical records for closed positions and generates customized reports for research, portfolio, and tax documents.

Additional new features in OptionGrid v2.0 include a streamlined interface with one-click access to data, support for index options, and improved reporting. The software imports stock and option quotes from a variety of free, 20-minute-delayed data sources.

"We designed OptionGrid for covered call investors who want a complete package to research and track their investments," says Mark Lansdown, president of Butler Creek Software. "The software targets a wide range of investors, from the beginner who is just learning about covered calls to the advanced call writer who manages a portfolio of covered calls."

A single-user license of OptionGrid costs $199.00. Customers who own a previous version of OptionGrid can upgrade to v2.0 for $75.00. OptionGrid runs under Windows 98/NT/2000/XP and requires a Pentium-class machine, 64 Mb of RAM, 20 Mb of hard drive space, and an internet connection. Free 14-day evaluations are available at http://www.optiongrid.com.

Butler Creek Software, Inc., based in Westminster, Colorado, develops financial software for the individual investor that is powerful, easy to use, and affordable.

Evaluation copy available on request.

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