Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 23 - 27

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 23 - 27

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!

Step Up Your Strangle Game | Our 3 Favorite Strangle Studies

Step Up Your Strangle Game | Our 3 Favorite Strangle Studies

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.

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 16 - 20

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 16 - 20

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.

tastytrade RESEARCH TEAM FAQ's

tastytrade RESEARCH TEAM FAQ's

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.

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 9-13

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 9-13

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.

Managing Winners | The tastytrade & dough Trading Strategy (4 of 4)

Managing Winners | The tastytrade & dough Trading Strategy (4 of 4)

During the previous three videos on the tastytrade & dough trading strategy we’ve covered the concepts of selling options premium, liquidity, and high implied volatility. Now, for our final video in the series, we explain one of the most important aspects of the strategy, managing winners.

Bootstrapping in America: Where Are They Now? Schmacon!

Bootstrapping in America: Where Are They Now? Schmacon!

Schmacon first made an appearance on tastytrade in May of 2014, bringing their unique, healthier un-bacon alternative to our bacon-loving hosts, Tom and Tony, and meat experts Mike Hart aka Beef and TP. Schmacon was overwhelmingly one of the most popular bootstrappers on the show in 2014 so we wanted to check back in and let you know what they are up to these days.

3 Advantages Bob Users Have Over Other Traders

3 Advantages Bob Users Have Over Other Traders

You may have heard us mention BOB the app on tastytrade, or seen one of our many promos! But have you taken a second to understand all of the advantages the app has to offer you? If you haven't (or even if you have), take a look at this post to learn how BOB can help you stay engaged with the markets!

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 2-6

Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Mar 2-6

Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Elliot Richardson from Small Business Advocacy Council, Joe Parisi from Guard Llama, Steven Collens from MATTER, Mike Prokopeak from Human Capital Media, and Pat Berger from Kaiser Tiger.

 

Understanding Lingo Used On tastytrade

Understanding Lingo Used On tastytrade

Tom & Tony have so many unique trading terms that they use on a daily basis, that a beginner might have a hard time understanding their language. Here we provide definitions for the more common lingo that is used by them on the Tom & Tony tasytrade show.

How Good Til' Cancelled (GTC) Orders Help Me Manage My Winners

How Good Til' Cancelled (GTC) Orders Help Me Manage My Winners

GTC orders can be a useful function/feature for traders who have a schedule that may not allow them to be at their computer for most/all of the trading day. Setting up a GTC order on a trade allows a trader to manage their winners without having to monitor their positions throughout the day. I use GTC orders to help manage my winner trades, to learn why, check out this post...

Where's Bob? Find him. Change your life.

Where's Bob? Find him. Change your life.

It's time you straightened your beret and shined your original tastytrade member dog tag because you're about to discover and be discovered by implied volatility opportunists and premium sellers trading near you. Here's the insider scoop on how 'Where's Bob?' works...

    Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Feb 23-27

    Bootstrapping In America Weekly Recap | Feb 23-27

    Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests:  Steve O'Brien from Leadbelly Burgers, Nick Petit from Kahoots, Mike Persico from Anova Technologies, Larry Baker & Charlie Tribett from Bolstr, Glenn Falhstrom from Fahlstrom's Fresh Fish Market.

    Learn How to Understand Currency Futures Pricing

    Learn How to Understand Currency Futures Pricing

    Currency futures contracts can be confusing to the novice futures trader. To clear up some confusion about currency futures, I wrote this post that details how notional value of currency futures are impacted by exchange rates.

    Choose Products Based on IV Rank And Not By What Pundits Are Saying

    Choose Products Based on IV Rank And Not By What Pundits Are Saying

    When I started watching tastytrade, I learned a very important lesson about investing. I needed to stop listening to the talking heads and focus on investing mechanically. When I switched from following pundits/analyses to trading based on volatility, my whole outlook on investing changed...

    Short Circuit: Can Robots Really Replace Humans? | Nailed It!

    Short Circuit: Can Robots Really Replace Humans? | Nailed It!

    People are becoming more and more concerned that robots are taking over human jobs and that soon, tere won't be any jobs left for the rest of us mere mortals. I wanted to uncover how valid this fear is and understand how close we actually are to robots taking over the world!