On the latest episode of Truth or Skepticism, Tom Sosnoff and Dylan Ratigan talk about the culture mindset of passive vs. active investing. Read the highlights and see the segment here!
During the Crash of 1987, fear ran rampant through the marketplace. Luckily, one trader kept his head and revived the world's financial system. Find out the orgins of this crash, what happened, and how it changed the future of options trading!
Strap on your seat belts because today's blog post puts the spotlight on some very exciting findings related to earnings straddles!
Scott Sheridan & Dylan Ratigan are back for another episode of Truth Or Skepticism! In this segment, they discuss new-found volatility, Greece, China, and how asset managers are using technology! Check out the preview here!
Tune into this week's episode of Truth Or Skepticism to watch Dylan Ratigan co-founder of thinkorswim Scott Sheridan discuss important aspects of the financial industry!
Tom Sosnoff, CEO and co-founder of tastytrade and dough, recently gave a TEDx talk at the University of Chicago about the importance of learning to take a risk and build a legacy. See the video here!
On Vonetta Logan's show, "Nailed IT!," the young comedy-satirist-writer-blogger-badass exposes the truth behind mainstream social and political issues. In addition, she explores underground topics that most people are affected by but unaware of (oh yeah, she's a hipster too).
In this episode of Nailed It!, Vonetta takes on the water crisis in California and gives us her solutions on what should be done.
Dylan Ratigan joined Tom Sosnoff in the studio this week for another episode of Truth or Skepticism. They talked about the how the market has changed over the years as well as the importance of understanding (and taking!) risk.
This week, the first episode of "The Long & Short Of It," aired on tastytrade. The brand new show features special guest Dylan Ratigan, alongside our resident pop-culture pro and “Nailed It” host Vonetta Logan, to debate issues in the news with fun, flair, and a countdown clock!
Truth or Skepticism is back in action this week at tastytrade. Dylan Ratigan and Tom Sosnoff talk through issues in the financial industry, including risk aversion and debt. Read this post here and watch the full segment!
Season 1 of Truth or Skepticism with Dylan Ratigan and Tom Sosnoff has come and gone, but the archives live on. Read this post to look back fondly at what we learned from the show, and also get a little peak of what Dylan is doing next with tastytrade!
Howard Tullman, CEO of renowned startup hub, “1871” and visionary, lecturer, educator, writer, art collector, talks to Tom and Tony about how today's youth tend to focus on 'traditional' work experience rather than taking risks early on in their careers. See the full segment and learn more here.
In this episode of Nailed It!, Vonetta takes us to school about the finer points of the Common Core State Standards debate.
In the financial space, there's a lively debate about active vs. passive investing. This post sheds light on a Millennial's perspective of the debate and the real problems that lie at the heart of the discussion.
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!
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!
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.
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.
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!