Top 3 Reasons to Sign Up for tastytrade | Live From the Support Desk
Aug 21, 2015
By: Tracy Algeo
A lot of new tastytraders contact us here in Supportland to ask the question, “Why should I create a login for tastytrade? The shows are free already.” Well, there are tons of reasons, but here are the top three reasons why signing up for tastytrade is the bee’s knees.
The most important reason to have a tastytrade login...following Bob! Bob is a subscription that allows you to follow Tom’s options and futures trades 24/5 and receive our daily research report. To get more information on how great a Bob subscription really is, check out this blog post!
When you sign up with your email, you will be subscribed to our morning newsletters, The Cherry Bomb, a daily email written by Sos Grande or TP, with their market outlook that day!
Also, get our Daily Recap, not that you would voluntarily miss our shows during the day, right?! But just in case, we’ll send you the highlights!
And if you don’t already get it, sign up for our weekly newsletter to have our most recent and popular blog articles sent straight to your email!
Finally, love our resources? Want to be able to print out the slides from your new favorite show, Mike and His White Board? When you have a tastytrade login, you can! To download our slides, visit the show archive page, click on the show you’d like to see, then select an episode.
On the bottom right of the video player, you will see a small box that reads “slides”, as seen above. Click on that to view them, and if you want to save them for later, you can download at the bottom center to save them to your computer. From there, you will be able to print the slides.
Now that you know the benefits you could be experiencing from signing up for tastytrade, what are you waiting for? Sign up today!
Have more questions for me or my colleagues on support? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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