Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Craig Williamson and John Godwin from Schlep Inc, Chris Rooney from Digital Bridge Solutions, Innovation and Technology Commissioner for the City of Chicago Brenna Berman, Insureon.com's Ted Devine and Risk and David Rodriguez from whiskchicago.com.
It's great to be passionate about options trading, but do you ever feel like you made more of an emotional rather than a logical decision to place a trade? Read this post to see what questions you should ask yourself to make sure you are making a trade based on your head rather than your heart.
In this episode of "Truth or Skepticism", Tom and Dylan debate the function of financial media, the idea there is a general lack of interest to develop financial knowledge and they also talk about interest rates. Will they see eye to eye or will they go head to head? Read the synopsis of the episode and watch it in full here!
Ever wonder what entrepreneurs and options traders have in common? Read this post about tastytrade's show "Bootstrapping in America", which focuses on entrepreneurs in Chicago and around the country. The post talks about how the show came to be, and what traits each of our featured guests share with tastytraders!
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Victor Viner from Moji, Brandon Cruz from GoHealth, Russ Schweizer from AmnioChor and Dr. Shawn Smith from Modern Teacher.
In this week's Truth or Skepticism, Tom and Dylan talk about inconsistencies in regulating the financial industry. Read the synopsis here and watch the full episode to see the whole spirited conversation!
Interested in learning about options trading, but worried you can't devote enough time to it? Listen to our show on your own schedule by downloading our tastytrade podcasts. You'll never miss a trade or a quip from Tom, Tony and the rest of the gang!
In this episode of Truth or Skepticism, Tom and Dylan talk about market extremes in the US and Chinese stock markets! To see a synopsis of what they covered and the full segment, check out this post.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Christopher Donovan from Glunz Tavern, Michelle Joseph from People Foundry, Gabe Vehovsky from Curiosity.com, and Harper Reed from Modest.
A contrarian style of trading is one that goes against the herd and can be counterintuitive. Read this post to learn more about selling into strength and buying into weakness.
We remodeled our store so that you can remodel yourself! That's right, tastynation, treat yourself to new mugs, new shirts, new shades, even your very own BAT. This is a trend that can't be faded!
After conducting countless studies on buying and selling premium, we have found that selling premium gives investors a higher probability of profit in the long run. See the post below, which references various tastytrade segments on this topic.
Bootstrapping In America is tastytrade's spotlight on the best and brightest of the entrepreneurial community in Chicago and beyond. Meet the innovative men and women leading the companies featured in this week's episodes!
During this episode of Truth or Skepticism, Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan discuss the recent sell-off in the market and opportunities in fixed income and equities.
Are you a beginner trader having a hard time staying engaged in the process? Here we list some techniques you can use to stay engaged in the market, even when you don't feel like it.
If there's one thing we love discussing at tastytrade, it's the good ole' strangle! It has been a more popular topic of discussion lately so we wanted to curate for you, some of the best strangle content that we've produced, in one post (don't say we never did anything for you)! Check it out here.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Joe Mullenbach and Craig Shultz from TPad Tablet Project, Alan Warms from appoLearning, Jason Fried from Basecamp, Jeremy Hallet from Quotacy, and Rachel Portell from Taylored Wines.
Oil is the one thing that affects us all. From how much we pay at the pump, to how much extra we have to pay for our favorite takeout Chinese food, our petroleum-based transportation sector relies heavily on an abundance of cheap fuel.
The wonderful guys and gals of the tastytrade/dough support team answer an inconceivable amount of support emails, chat requests and phone calls each week. They work furiously to make sure all of our viewers/users are assisted with whatever questions they may have, but sometimes, when there are questions specifically related to some of the research we have been working on, we like to jump in and help wherever possible. Today, we wanted to share with you some of the more popular questions that we get asked all of the, along with answers to each question.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Daniel Thomas from TimeZoneOne, Terese McDonald with Candyality, Marc Grabowski from Iris Mobile, and Michael LaPidus from Q Restaurant Group.