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 and of Fahlstrom's Fresh Fish Market.
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.
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...
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Dustin Walsh from Hooray Learning, Tim Haitaian from RedShelf, David Greenberg from Updater, and Glen Tullman of Livongo Health.
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!
Best Practices is one of the quintessential segments for new and veteran tastytraders alike. For those of you who have not seen a best practices segments, it's a segment where Tom and Tony provide a breakdown of one particular aspect of the tastytrade trading philosophy. Want to learn what goes into making a Best Practices segment? Read more to find out!
The price of an option changes frequently due to the number of inputs that go into determining the price. One of those inputs is implied volatility. When you sell premium like we do here at tastytrade, implied volatility one of the main factors we look at when deciding whether or not to enter a trade. Read more to learn why.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Paul Magelli from Apervita, Nirav Amin from Chicago Startup Weekend, Sindhu Rajan from Prana Diabetes, Mary Johnson from Bizwoman.com, and Valeria Beck from Chocolate Uplift.
Liz Dierking and Jenny Andrews, hosts of tastytrade’s LIZ & JNY Show, have been best friends since college and have been trading since 1997. They both got their start at the CBOE and are now both currently full-time mothers and traders. Here is a list a few of the techniques they’ve taught me to help me keep up with trading while living a busy, awesome and epic life!
Creating two or three segments to fill 15 minutes of tastytrade airtime 5 days a week - easy, right? Not quite… it takes seven tastytrade researchers to fill these slots week in, week out. Here’s the inside scoop of a day in the life of the tastytrade research team.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Dave Braner of Newton's Cube, Liz Tilatti of ZipFit Denim, Sanjay Patel of Personify, Rob Rebholz of SpaceWays and Laura Martinez of La Diosa.
The internet officially had its saddest day of 2015 today when a negative comment from Tom Sosnoff became the catalyst for Tony Battista's retirement from Twitter. Read the post to learn what really went down and how YOU can help bring the BAT back to the Twittersphere.
Tune in to the tastytrade network on Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 at 5:00pm CT to watch a new LIVE episode of Truth Or Skepticism as Dylan Ratigan and Tom Sosnoff go head to head on passive investing, earnings and additional topics.
“WHERE'S BOB?” is coming very soon to your trusted App Store and Google Play to connect tastynation... the rest we'll leave up to you to discover.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Katie Hench of Infiniteach, Lauren Katzberg and Julia Carmona of Stylisted, Dr. Roy Smythe of HX360, Josh Katt of Kitchfix and Orazio Buzza of Fooda.
You won’t be able to swim in a pool without water and you won’t be able to get filled at a decent price on a trade when there’s not many buyers and sellers in the market. What do these two things have in common you may ask? Well, both relate to liquidity.
Squaring up with one another weekly, Dylan Ratigan, former CNBC host, and Tom Sosnoff, Co-CEO of dough, Inc. and tastytrade host, go head-to-head on the state of the market, opportunities for individual investors and traditional approaches to investing. This week they discuss complexity, frequency and personal responsibility as they explore how much the average investor is actually capable of.
Threats to our personal data are real, except when they're not, and companies are doing everything they can... except when they aren’t. Here’s how we fix everything.
Meet this week's Bootstrapping In America guests: Jeff Ellman and Michael Krasman of UrbanBound, Phil Walters of B. Hospitality Co., Chris Cain of Foley & Lardner LLP and Tony Klausing of FanPay.
Is there anything better than a bearded guy using pizza to make analogies about trading? Along with the first video in a series of four, this blog post takes you deeper into our trading strategies and attempts to answer the recurring viewer question: why does tastytrade choose to sell options premium?