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ThinkScript is a basic editing tool used for fine-tuning an existing study or implementing your own study or strategy. Put simply, thinkScript is a way to manipulate the Close, Open, High, and Low price of a stock or index, as well as the trading volume and volatility of a stock or index with a formula and then display the results on a chart. The tool has been expanded to include study filters for advanced scanning, alerts, and custom quote columns. One or all of these data types ( open , high , low , close , and volume ) in conjunction with some basic functions constitutes the building blocks of your thinkScript studies and strategies. Like building blocks, each element of thinkScript is, in itself, fairly simple but combining them together can yield some complex and powerful results. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Inputs: Stock Price – The current price of the underlying asset that is being analyzed. Stock Volatility – Measures the underlying assets absolute price movement. Call or Put Spread – Designate whether the position you are initiating is a Call Spread or a Put Spread. No. of Options Contracts – The number of contracts for each Buy and Sell position of your spread. Remember, each contract represents 100 shares of the underlying asset.
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The SEC yield for a bond, balanced, or stock fund is based on a fund's hypothetical annualized income as a percentage of its assets. This hypothetical income will differ (at times, significantly) from the fund's actual experience; as a result, income distributions from the fund may be higher or lower than implied by the SEC yield. The SEC yield for a money market fund is calculated by annualizing its daily income distributions for the previous 7 days.