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Position number needed (take two)

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Spreads move together in tandem regardless of the number of legs it has.  In this spreadsheet, there are none over two (2) legs but a longer export will have more legs.  A row will have the same Pos# if any of legs of the Spread have matching I/S#'s.  They move up under their counterpart (in tandem) based on whether the position numbers are the same.

The Inst# column also should be renamed to I/S#.
TradeHist-2-4c.xlsm
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Makrini earned 2000 total points
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This should have problems discussed whilst EE was down.

 (Note this only has the original data in it as per request) TradeHist-2-4e.xlsm
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Amazing!
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