Tips For Success in Business | Bootstrapping 3 In 3
Dec 7, 2015
Calling all entrepreneurs! Bootstrapping 3 in 3: Three Tips in Three Minutes is the newest addition to the tastytrade show page. You may have seen Bootstrapping In America, tastytrade's spotlight on the best and brightest of the entrepreneurial community in Chicago and beyond. On Bootstrapping 3 in 3, host Jenna DiMaria asks each entrepreneur specific tips on how to be successful in business. They represent a variety of industries, and it's surprising to hear the similarities and differences that come through in their advice.
If you are an aspiring entrepreneur and want to learn from the success and failures of other entrepreneurs, this is the segment for you. You’ll hear advice on how to raise capital, what to look for when hiring your team and how to fine tune your business plan.
So take some time over the weekend to binge watch and take notes on these Bootstrapping 3 in 3 videos, which are located in the tastytrade archives here.
If you can't wait that long, here is some awesome advice on starting a business from entrepreneurs so far:
Bill Angsten, Co-founder and EVP of Compass Automation, provides his tips on building a team.
Jill Salzman is chairwoman in chief of The Founding Moms, a collective of meet-ups for moms who are entrepreneurs (‘momtrepreneurs’). One of her tips involves talking to every human you meet.
Charles Adler from Kickstarter talks about why it's important to hold yourself accountable.
What tips do you want to learn as you start your business? Or, if you’ve had your business for awhile, what do you wish you could tell your younger self? Leave your answer in the comments below or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Apr 15, 2021
Getting started in trading is never easy, however, regardless of your background you can learn to become an efficient and effective trader. The short put trade might serve as a great starting point. In this TradeTALK, Jermal Chandler explains how he got into self-directed investing, the basics of long stocks and short puts, and how you can decide which strategy is best for your goals.
Apr 14, 2021
Traders can translate this strategy to the vast, intimidating world of currency crosses! For example, if you think Asian currencies will appreciate against the US dollar, then you could try buying Japanese yen AND Chinese renminbi against USD. This one degree of simplification already works to increase probabilities and reduce your fear of missing out. Read more from Frank in this blog entry.
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The Jade Lizard is a neutral to bullish options strategy. It consists of a short call vertical spread combined with a short naked Put option. When the credit received is LARGER than the width of the call spread, there is no risk to the upside. Ideally, the stock stays within a given range. Maximum profit on the position is the credit received. As tastytraders, we like to put on this type of strategy in times of High Implied Volatility. Additionally, this strategy can be used when put skew is present. Read more about Vonetta’s learnings on Jade Lizards in her first blog from Season 2 of “Rolling Trades”
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