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gvol.io Podcast (Ep. 9) - Tom Sosnoff @tastytrade

gvol.io - The crypto, options, and trading show

Tom Sosnoff is a trailblazer in the online brokerage industry, driving innovation and financial education for investors of all levels. He offers up his expertise in the options markets as co-host of tastytrade LIVE!, airing daily on the tastytrade network.A former floor trader, Tom became one of Chicago's most well-known serial entrepreneurs in fintech when he built a breakthrough options-trading platform, thinkorswim, later sold to TD-Ameritrade for $750 million.Leveraging over 20 years of experience as a Market Maker for the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and one of the original OEX traders in the S&P 100 Index pit, Tom pursued his vision to educate retail investors in options trading and build a superior trading platform and a brokerage firm that specialized in options. With that vision in mind, tastytrade was founded in 2011. Six years later, tastyworks launched with Scott Sheridan at the helm as CEO.

44mins

26 Jul 2022

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BRT S03 EP14 (113) 4-3-2022 – Options vs Stocks & Trading vs Investing w Tom Sosnoff of tastytrade

Business Roundtable

BRT S03 EP14 (113) 4-3-2022 – Options vs Stocks & Trading vs Investing w Tom Sosnoff of tastytrade Things We Learned This Week Implied Volatility & Time Decay – options begins with volatility, on a clock so Mechanics (forget mind set) on how to setup a trade is key tastytrade is a media network based on Math (Probability & Statistics - Look at the Math), trading & focus on markets  Limited Profitability & Unlimited Risk when you Sell Puts w/ 80% chance of success - Be a Seller of Options – let Market beat you, slight edge Trade Small, Trade Often - Law of Large Numbers w/ 45 DTE Strike Price of 1 SD – Exit or Roll at 21 DTE Options Trading Teaches Life Lessons – Important to: take risks, learn to take risks, make quick decisions, be decisive about those decisions. Guests: Tom Sosnoff of tastytrade https://www.tastytrade.com/ https://twitter.com/tastytrade Tom Sosnoff, founder and co-CEO of tastytrade Tom Sosnoff is an online brokerage innovator and financial educator. Tom is a serial entrepreneur who co-founded thinkorswim in 1999, tastytrade in 2011, tastyworks in 2017, helped to launch the award- winning Luckbox Magazine in 2019, and in 2020 he created the first new futures exchange in 20 years, The Small Exchange. Leveraging over 20 years of experience as a CBOE market maker, Tom is driven by the passion to educate self-directed investors. A true visionary, after his years on the floor he saw the need to build and design superior software platforms and brokerage firms that specialized in complex financial strategies. His efforts ultimately changed the way options and futures are traded and how digital financial media is produced and consumed. Currently, Tom hosts tastytrade LIVE and continues to drive innovation and know-how for the do-it-yourself investor. Tom has been named to Techweek’s Tech 100 list, Crain’s Chicago’s Tech 50, and has spoken at over 500 events across the globe. Tom received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award and was been featured by prominent publications such as WSJ, IBD, Chicago Tribune, Crain’s Chicago, Traders Magazine, and Barron’s. --- About tastytrade, Inc. tastytrade is one of the most-watched online financial networks, engaging investors and traders across 165 countries with daily, live, cost-free and commercial-free programming with over 100 million hours viewed. tastytrade offers over 50 original segments for all levels of traders. tastytrade’s data-driven research-based content teaches a logical, mechanical approach to investing and identifying opportunities based on probability and volatility. Investors are continually challenged with financial math, humor, and new market perspectives. tastytrade and its companies focus on empowering the individual investor through content, technology, and know-how. tastytrade is the parent company to several innovative financial companies. tastyworks, a brokerage firm creating and leading a financial revolution for the do-it-yourself investor Notes: Bio – options trading in 1980s, CBOE market maker, then built 2 co’s tastytrade & tastyworks (broker platform), history c 2011 – media platform sold 2021, $1 billion bought by IG Group 2021, Tom stayed on, runs tastytrade. TD Ameritrade, and 2012 purchase of Think or Swim (was IPO, public) Partners – Tony Battista, Kristi Ross, Scott Sheridan Think or Swim – started in 2001 w/ 7 people and 5 still with Tom. 10 years, went public, purchased by TD in 2009, $1 billion stayed 2 years, then started tastytrade with TD CEO as investor. Think or Swim – learned as they went, education, content. Finance is missing good content, does not understand financial media and technical analysis. Efficient Market Theorist & efficient market pricing Media Network all math – quantitative and statistical logic. tastytrade 10 hours a day – live content. Focus on markets, math related and trading. Morning radio show about people working tp make money, having fun,  talks trading and Financial Mechanics Tony Battista, Tom Preston, are some of the 30 personalities total on-air. Talking math a lot, but Tom just ok at math. Jacob Perlman – math genius, Phd. tastytrade research team Audience is smart, challenge them don’t dumb it down. Capital Efficiency - Derivative (Options) Markets very efficient. Buffet Options Strategy – selling Puts, profit of $ billions, rarely discussed Markets are 50/50, generally. S/T markets are emotional, can be over bought or oversold, but Tom trusts prices over L/T. No one knows direction of market and where price is going on stocks and market direction , 50/50 is a guess. Market is random with side of emotion, not a perfect distribution curve. Positive drift in market, market goes up over Long Term L/T More deviations vs. a model. Does not believe in traditional investor education Empower power with lots of info, not teaching people Content marketing in house, media to masses Stocks can go down, have to experience it Fear size (of a trade) - one thing Tom fears is size, bet big and wrong, large failure When Genius Failed (a book) - trades too big (leverage), collapsed the company Law of large numbers – do something enough times, end up with expectation. Trade a lot with 70 - 80% probability outcome. Learn options by doing options Casino games have negative edge – can’t win, can never get ahead. Just for fun. Options trading teaches life lessons – Important to: take risks, learn to take risks, make quick decisions, be decisive about those decisions. Take risks to do something special Brain processing, faster than competition Working hard not enough Make a lot of decisions, learn to take risk and increase brain processing speed. Manage risk in life, finance and work probabilities, hard to predict things Day 1 in Options – Mechanics most important thing to understand Mindset is BS, no emotional side to trading, no mindset to math. Mindset just a sales tool, that Financial world sells. Mechanics has strategy within it. Cannot manage positions or risk post trade. Need mechanics to set up trade right. Traders could be nice or mean, but all good ones make fast decisions before you even heard question. Trade plan – if goes this way, I will do this. Options – learn by doing; learn mechanics by doing a little at a time. Volatility – majority starts and ends with volatility with few exceptions. Implied volatility & Time Decay – always on a clock, option will expire Stock Trader - out wait your enemy, patience. Trader plays short volatility game. Enter trade – implied volatility rank is high Trade favorable, expected volatility move is high. Rank relative to itself, it’s inflated and has potential to contract. Volatility is a math equation and will mean revert. Price is not a math equation, does not need to revert to some number or average. Tom would rather be a seller of options vs a seller, small advantage, likelihood of contraction after expansion. Fear has expanded, better chance to contract vs expand more. Analogy: own stock, own the asset. Sell options, collecting income (rent) on the assets. Sell covered calls, or out of the money put. Put – limited upside, unlimited downside, but 70% chance of profit. Put up $200 for $100 profit with 70% chance Put up $1000 for unlimited profit with 50/50 chance Have a choice – think through probabilities and bank roll. No math equation can tell you the right answers for sure. Tom back tests – selling out of money puts of S&P index out performs buying index with dividends, Use less capital, lower volatility in your P&L, make more money. More conservative strategy Trade more, and small with higher percentage of success. 45 day position – DTE Days to Expiration. 21 day DTE is exit day per Tom, exit early after 24 days. Adjust, roll or close position. Increase probability to be profitable. Reduce outlier risk almost to 0. tastytrade spent millions on research Manage trades and exit early is mechanics, can always exit at 21 DTE 45 day position, 24 days in (21 DTE), make a decision – adjust, roll, close, extend contract (add duration) –roll Start new position 45DTE, buy more time at 21 DTE, move it no matter what work to be close to 50% at 21 DTE Casino Analogy – bet $100, won $50, take money and end bet. tastytrade content goal is: create methodology and strategies to have positive environment for self directed investor, requires time and resources. Learning curve faster now, can learn in a few months or a few years. 6-10 strategies Tom likes, short strangle – simultaneous sale of a call and a put. No tech analysis or charts, just watch screen. Price Action  / Liquidity – trading hundreds of millions per day. Very liquid assets, very liquid underlyings (ir – Apple, Tesla, Indexes) does not trade non-liquid (microcap) Tom could do 60 trades a day (had 14K trades in 2021) On day of interview, did 110 trades. Self described “Trading Junkie” Account size in tastytrade - $25K average . Reserves – 50%, $12.5K in reserve. 1-3% of account size on a particular trade ($250 per trade), 5% on high and 1/5 size of a stock. Tom does not believe in option levels of industry. No noise, no CNBC or Bloomberg news. No (zero) belief in newsletters or trading bots, trading education is over rated. All tastytrade content is free, videos, newsletter, etc. Trade fees are low, $1 per, Tom does factor fees or taxes. Most options income is ordinary income - 1256 B tax – max of 25%. L/T 40%, S/T 60% Stocks are usually capital gains (20%) in taxes Trades – 80% of business in under-lyings (standard big stocks / indexs) 1 STD – 16% of getting to that level, 2 STD -  5%, 3 STD – 1% 1 STD is Delta, Tom likes 16 – 22% Greeks – know Delta & Theta (can also learn Gamma, Vega) Directional Risk – rate of decline or time decay – Theta Change in price of option vs. stock – Delta, premium making or losing daily. Per Tom – need to trade more. Trade small, trade often. Counter thinking to stock trading of buy & hold. Per Tom, stock trader can evolve to an options trader with 1 downturn in market. Buy & Hold stock investor (passive) is a ‘knuckle dragger’, does not have the  appreciation for capital efficiency - Stock investor ‘just hasn’t evolved yet’ – gotten to next level. Casino Games analogy – enter a casino, we have all these games, but you can just play the slots (buy stocks) Grow and realize capital efficiency of options indifferent to products and strategy. Tom owns stocks but trades options, crypto, stocks Facilitate opportunity. No limits, no fences. House Analogy - big meter in front of house, with home price & appreciation shown daily on the side of the house, no one would own a home. We don’t teach our kids to be passive, follow crowd and not think – don’t be passive with your money. Financial service firms and media convinced masses ‘buy & hold’ and we’ll handle the rest - Don’t be ‘only passive’ Future of investing is more than check a few boxes. Differences in asset classes Final takeaway – life is short and goes by fast. Get comfortable taking risks and experiencing risks. Good Luck to Tom with his 500 trades this week. Investing Topic: https://brt-show.libsyn.com/category/Investing-Stocks-Bonds-Retirement ‘Best Of’ Topic: https://brt-show.libsyn.com/category/Best+of+BRT Thanks for Listening. Please Subscribe to the BRT Podcast. 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All information provided is for educational and entertainment purposes. Nothing said on this program should be considered advice or recommendations in: business, legal, real estate, crypto, tax accounting, investment, etc. Always seek the advice of a professional in all business ventures, including but not limited to: investments, tax, loans, legal, accounting, real estate, crypto, contracts, sales, marketing, other business arrangements, etc.

1hr 4mins

5 Apr 2022

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Episode 51: Tom Sosnoff on Trading and Entrepreneurship

The Wall Street Coach with Kim Ann Curtin

0:25 - Kim's FREE ebook 'Discipline and Finding Your Edge' 0:45 - Introducing Tom Sosnoff 3:00 - What’s behind Tom’s drive to help retail traders 7:50 - Why to take risks instead of being passive & conservative 12:25 - How losses lead to success 16:00 - What Tom’s trading day looks like 17:40 - Tom’s daily watchlist and routines 19:00 - Advice to traders - Stay small & keep trading 20:10 - How Tom and tastytrade approach to trading & the market 26:00 - Tom’s thoughts on the meme stock movement 31:20 - The future of tastytrade and trading in general 35:20 - Tom’s beliefs about entrepreneurs 41:30 - The law of large numbers 43:40 - Tom’s thoughts on trading psychology 48:00 - Finding opportunity in fear 50:20 - The best learning experiences 51:20 - Understanding crypto 54:45 - Tom’s reasons to be involved in the markets 58:15 - How Tom’s upbringing has influenced him Tom Sosnoff on Trading and EntrepreneurshipTom Sosnoff joins The Wall Street Coach Podcast to discuss trading, entrepreneurship, and how he lives his bliss by doing what he loves everyday.Now considered a top trader and businessman, Tom got his start as a floor trader at the CBOE. But trading is just one of Tom’s great skills, as he went on to co-found thinkorswim, which was sold in 2009 to TD Ameritrade for approximately $606M. Since then, Tom left the company to start tastytrade, which was recently acquire by IG Group for over $1 billion. Tom continues to trade and host live shows for tastytrade everyday.In this episode we dig into some of the incredibly unique perspectives that Tom has on risk taking and long term investing. As he explains, he believes that we’ve become far too risk averse as a society and would benefit from not being so afraid of risk in general.He also has a controversial take on trading psychology, which we get into with Tom – but in the end, I believe we both agree – the market is a place that you need to leave your emotions at the door.If you’re a serious trader, I encourage you to really listen to Tom’s words. Tom thinks differently and sees opportunities everywhere he looks. He takes risks and he trusts himself. We could all benefit from living a little more like him.Tom Sosnofftastytradetastyworks Or watch the full episode below: The post Episode 51: Tom Sosnoff on Trading and Entrepreneurship appeared first on The Wall Street Coach.

1hr 3mins

31 Mar 2022

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MI Rewind: Should YOU Trade Options? w/ Tom Sosnoff

Millennial Investing - The Investor’s Podcast Network

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:03:08 - What options trading is.05:53 - Why it is important to consider implied volatility when trading options.10:04 - When should you begin trading options.11:59 - If you should be trading options.11:59 - Strategies that can be useful for beginner options traders.31:53 - The expected returns and risks of options investing.39:33 - Why Buffett's options strategy isn't widely publicized.And much, much more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.EPISODE RESOURCESRobert and Clay’s tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance.Get a FREE audiobook from Audible.Options trading education from Option Alpha.Kirk DuPlessis’ says New Investors SHOULD Use Options.Lawrence McMillan’s book Options as a Strategic Investment.Brian Overby’s book The Options Playbook.Proof Warren Buffett Is An Options Trader Video.A Warren Buffett Options Strategy.Check out our Investing Starter Packs about business and finance.Are you a looking to start investing? Check out our article on How to Invest in Stocks: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Keep your own money in your pocket without leaving benefits on the table with Lendtable. Sign up today with with promo code TIP for an extra $50 added to your Lendtable balance to start securing your financial future now.Eat clean 24/7, with fresh—never frozen—prepared meals that are so delicious with Factor. Use code wsb120 to get $120 off over your first 5 weeks of meals.If you’re a sales professional, get every real time advantage you can get with Sales Navigator. Enjoy 60 days of free trial today.Join Commonstock’s community of engaged investors to access exclusive financial data, follow and chat with fellow investors, get alerts when friends buy or sell, and make trades directly through the platform.Now, not only the wealthy can afford collectibles! Enter Otis, an investment platform that makes it possible for almost anyone to invest in shares of cultural assets. Sign up now at withotis.com/TIP to get your first share for FREE!See the all-new 2022 Lexus NX and discover everything it was designed to do for you. Welcome to the next level.Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Get insights on how to plan for your financial goals with The Globe and Mail. Listeners get a special digital subscription rate for unrestricted access to everything.Canada’s #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Find Pros & Fair Pricing for Any Home Project for Free with Angi.Read this episode’s transcript and full show notes on our website.Connect with Tom Sosnoff: Website | InstagramSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

47mins

4 Mar 2022

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Tom Sosnoff & the Retail Play; Mattel’s Doll Deal; Chips Needed

Squawk Pod

The market’s wild swings have not deterred retail investors; Tastytrade founder Tom Sosnoff breaks down trading volume and trading appetite among the smaller market players. ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood isn’t deterred by big tech’s big swings either, and she’s doubling down on her strategy. Mattel has won back the license to make Disney princess toys, Microsoft is optimistic about its future in the cloud, and the U.S. Commerce Department is warning of a concerningly low semiconductor inventory. Plus, Elton John is postponing some of his shows. In this episode:Tom Sosnoff, @tastytradeJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie

27mins

26 Jan 2022

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Tom Sosnoff: The World’s Foremost Stock Options Expert - The Michael Sartain Podcast

The Michael Sartain Podcast

Tom Sosnoff (IG: @TheTomSosnoff) is the creator of the Think Or Swim platform which he sold to TD Ameritrade for $750 million, the TastyWorks online brokerage which he sold to IG Group for $1.1 billion and the Small Exchange which he sold for $250 million. He’s also the creator of the TastyTrade Financial Network, the largest online financial network in the world. Tom is the foremost expert in the world on retail options trading. Learn more about Michael’s Men of Action Mentoring Program: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:55 Stories from being a pit trader 5:09 The creation of Think or Swim 8:31 Russian programmers 12:16 Courtside seats to see Michael Jordan as a rookie 14:55 Gambling with Michael Jordan 16:44 Playing poker with Michael Jordan 17:46 Playing 4 on 2 against Michael Jordan 21:23 Someone tries to buy your Bulls tickets 22:53 Midprice and the bid/ask spread 24:02 *Pissing off other companies 24:38 Weekly options and implied volatility 25:53 *Selling Think Or Swim to TD Ameritrade for $750 million 29:02 Tom becomes an executive at TD Ameritrade 30:55 Creating TastyTrade in 2013 32:14 Back testing and look back 33:00 Trading stock options versus flying an airplane 33:12 *Creating the TastyWorks brokerage 36:38 Tasty Works has no financial media 37:09 Dylan Ratigan 37:44 *No commissions on stock trades 39:11 Creating the small exchange And selling it for $250 million 41:17 Selling TastyWorks for $1.1 billion 42:06 *Traditional financial media tries to ignore Tom Sosnoff 45:52 The first brokerage in the world to offer every product to every person 46:24 Tom is the largest shareholder of IG group 47:28 TastyTrade methodology 48:54 We believe everyone is smart 50:45 Traditional finance and DeFi 52:30 Web 3.0 53:52 Liquid options on cryptocurrency 55:31 Anonymity versus regulation 56:46 Crypto firms realize they need Regulatory approval 57:50 Liquid options would remove some extreme volatility 59:20 The myths about high-frequency trading 1:00:03 Karen the super Trader 1:01:44 No one knows anything 1:02:25 No such thing as a Crypto hedge fund 1:02:50 Technical analysis scientifically does not work 1:04:24 Even if you know the earning numbers you still don’t make money 1:05:10 What is the point of economists? 1:07:02 Fundamental analysis 1:08:10 Artificial intelligence 1:09:09 Normal distribution, standard deviation, High probability move 1:13:19 Volatility is mean Reverting 1:17:25 Efficient two-sided Markets 1:19:59 Buying options versus selling options 1:21:23 Research pieces on Tasty Trade 1:22:40 Mathematicians and physicist in finance 1:24:13 You are the average of the five people you surround yourself with 1:27:36 Your financial advisor doesn’t know anything 1:28:30 Making a trade versus navigating an airplane 1:29:19 *Why do you hold a short position? 1:30:38 Financial lingo 1:32:09 Jordan: “someday I’m going to make as much money as you motherfuckers” 1:32:52 Dylan Ratigan and financial media 1:36:55 75 trades today 1:38:04 Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and insider trading. 1:39:45 Joe Rogan 1:41:57 Mark Zuckerberg and the meta-verse 1:43:06 Blockchain, NFT’s and virtual land 1:45:23 Never asked Michael Jordan for an autograph 1:46:43 Social media as a public utility 1:49:13 Fang stocks and the concentration of wealth 1:51:44 Traders who believe the market only goes up 1:54:10 The risk I’m willing to take 1:56:44 Meme Stocks: GME, AMC 1:58:25 Robinhood 2:00:03 Citadel controversy 2:01:29 Liquidity provider, market maker 2:03:44 Going back to work, working from home 2:07:59 Inflation 2:08:15 *The Last Dance and Scottie Pippin 2:13:09 Outro

2hr 15mins

13 Jan 2022

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Episode 66: Nicole Perlroth, Tom Sosnoff & Adam Lowe

Mooch FM

In this episode, Anthony is joined by Nicole Perlroth, bestselling author and award-winning cybersecurity journalist for the New York Times to discuss her book, “This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends” about the global cyber arms race, and why everyone needs to “wake up and stop leaving our systems vulnerable.”Tom Sosnoff, founder and co-chief executive of tastytrade Financial Network, talks with Anthony about how he got into the world of Wall Street, what he’s bullish on at the moment -  and securing the first ever interview with Vitalik Buterin. Finally, Adam Lowe, chief innovation officer at CompoSecure and creator of Arculus joins Anthony to explain the premise of Arculus, whether the simplicity of the product will impact the broader crypto adoption - and how they decide which currencies to support.Follow our guests on Twitter:https://twitter.com/nicoleperlroth https://twitter.com/tastytrade https://twitter.com/thisisarculus Follow us:https://twitter.com/moochfmhttps://twitter.com/scaramucciSign up for our newsletter at:www.mooch.fm Created & produced by Podcast Partners:www.podcastpartners.com 

1hr 12mins

26 Nov 2021

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TIP395: Option Strategies and Building a Billion Dollar Business w/ Tom Sosnoff

We Study Billionaires - The Investor’s Podcast Network

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:01:47 - Tom’s billion-dollar entrepreneurial journey.19:12 - How to identify companies with high implied volatility and expected return and what that means.20:12 - How layering options on top of buy and hold strategies can help generate income whether markets are up, down, or sideways.31:54 - The optimal time to buy and sell an option.And a whole lot more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:TastyTrade website.Tastyworks website.Trey Lockerbie Twitter.If you're new to the show and don't know where to begin listening, check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.Impress your audience and yourself. Enjoy presentations for free with Canva.Grab your favorite Liquid I.V. flavors nationwide at Walmart or you can get 25% off when you go to LIQUIDIV.COM and use code WSB at checkout.Invest in the $1.7 trillion art market with Masterworks.io. Use promocode WSB to skip the waitlist.Get $50 off your Drinkworks Home Bar by Keurig this holiday season. Now through December 5, save $50 on the Home Bar at Drinkworks.comHave high quality, sustainably-sourced Wild-Caught Seafood delivered right to your door with Wild Alaskan Company. Order today and get $15 off your 1st box of premium seafood.You can get a complete home security system starting at just over $100. There are no long-term contracts or commitments. It’s a really easy way to start feeling a bit more peace of mind. Get 50% off your next order at SimpliSafe.com/TIPLearn more about how you can get started investing in some of the best cash flow markets today with Rent to Retirement.Get access to some of the most sought-after real estate in the U.S. with Crowdstreet.Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Earn 1-100% back (or a shot at a whole bitcoin) on every purchase with the Fold Spin+ card. Get 20% off the Spin+ annual fee for being a listener of The Investor’s Podcast.Find people with the right experience and invite them to apply to your job. Try ZipRecruiter for FREE today.Transform how you drive business results and connect with customers with Snap AR.Don’t let anything interfere with your happiness or is prevent you from achieving your goals. Allow BetterHELP to help assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist. Get 10% off your first month!Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here’s our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

43mins

12 Nov 2021

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EP 30 — Simplifying Options Part 2 with Tom Sosnoff of tastytrade

Finance Simplified®

In this episode, hosts Rohan Gupta and Alex Patel continue their conversation with Tom Sosnoff, co-founder of thinkorswim and tastytrade, about options. We delve into topics like volatility, options pricing, trading strategies, and much more! Check out the episode to learn about options in a simplified way! Tom Sosnoff is an entrepreneur, options trader, co-founder of Thinkorswim and tastytrade. He was Senior Vice President of Trading and Strategic Initiatives at TD Ameritrade. Sosnoff started his career at Drexel Burnham Lambert and in the early 1980s was a market maker at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). Tom earned his bachelor's from the State University of New York at Albany. Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow us on Twitter @rohaninvest and @patelinvest! Subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm! Join our all-new Discord to engage and learn more about the topics in this episode and more here: https://discord.com/invite/5CTfTjjU2X! If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we’d be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts! Sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive simplified market recaps, finance tips, podcast recommendations here: streetfins.substack.com! We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! It will only take 1-2 minutes to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: bit.ly/3sv4ikp. Visit StreetFins.com for all our resources and content that simplify finance for you!

25mins

15 Sep 2021

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EP 29 — Simplifying Options Part 1 with Tom Sosnoff of tastytrade

Finance Simplified®

In this episode, hosts Rohan Gupta and Alex Patel talk to Tom Sosnoff, co-founder of ThinkOrSwim and tastytrade, about options. We delve into topics like the basics of options, why options have become so popular, and much more! Check out the episode to learn about options in a simplified way! Tom Sosnoff is an entrepreneur, options trader, co-founder of Thinkorswim and tastytrade. He was Senior Vice President of Trading and Strategic Initiatives at TD Ameritrade. Sosnoff started his career at Drexel Burnham Lambert and in the early 1980s was a market maker at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). Tom earned his bachelor's from the State University of New York at Albany. Follow StreetFins on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook here, and follow us on Twitter @rohaninvest and @patelinvest! Subscribe to Finance Simplified on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor.fm! Join our all-new Discord to engage and learn more about the topics in this episode and more here: https://discord.com/invite/5CTfTjjU2X! If you enjoy listening to our episodes and are learning, then we’d be eternally grateful if you gave us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts! Sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive simplified market recaps, finance tips, podcast recommendations here: streetfins.substack.com! We always love to hear from our listeners! If you have any feedback for us, we’d love to know! It will only take 1-2 minutes to tell us what all you like and what we could do better in future episodes: bit.ly/3sv4ikp. Visit StreetFins.com for all our resources and content that simplify finance for you!

22mins

1 Sep 2021

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