We’re excited about a new tool for Premium Subscribers, which we call “Flow Monitor”. It’s still under construction, but premium subscribers can begin fiddling with it over the weekend. What is Flow Monitor? It’s a service that allows users to retrieve real-time options news, data, and information on demand. It is available to premium subscribers, in addition to the content and tools already available to premium subscribers (Please Register for Information on WhatsTrading.com Premium).
Let’s do a brief demonstration. If you’re logged in to WhatsTrading.com Premium, you will see the Flow Monitor in the upper right:
To begin, simply enter a symbol and hit enter. You will see a list of menu options:
Select any of the options. For example, if you enter 2, you will see Sentiment for that stock — updated throughout the trading day. It tells you the number of puts and calls traded, as well as whether sentiment is directionally bullish/bearish (calls and puts trading bid and ask). Tracking sentiment can help you identify stocks with extreme bullishness or bearishness and or stocks that are ready to move!
Sentiment is just one menu option. Users can also get today’s stories and access archives (use + command), see sentiment by market (use @all) or sectors (try @it), see most actives, top open interest and a lot more.
To reiterate, this adds to the existing WhatsTrading premium, which includes charts, daily commentary, trading ideas, breaking news, and unusual trading activity updated throughout the trading day. This is an extremely good value for this type of options analytics. Plus, there’s a lot more coming!
Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting WhatsTrading.com!
Category: **Flow Monitor**
About the Author (Author Profile)
Frederic Ruffy is a well-known trader, writer, and strategist who has spent years educating investors and creating intelligent, insightful, unbiased market observations that are frequently cited by the Wall Street Journal and other financial publications. As senior analyst, Fred provides frequent and regular notes and daily updates for activity of interest.