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How To Effectively Trade Weekly Options
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Weekly options can be perfect for certain situations. However, there are times where you would be better suited with a standard expiration with more time on your options. In this free 1-hour webinar, you'll learn the pros and cons of weekly options and how you can effectively trade with them.
- Weekly Options vs. Standard Expiration Options
- Understanding Options Pricing
- Strategy Selection
- Practical Application Of Weekly Options Trading
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Experts You Can Trust
Karen Smith has over 20 years of trading experience. She began her trading career in the early 90's using mutual funds as her primary trading vehicle. She managed her personal portfolios while acting as comptroller of her family business. After joining OptionsAnimal as a student in April 2009, she quickly realized that this educational opportunity would positively impact her trading results for a lifetime. Sharing this benefit with others was one of her goals, so she was thrilled to join the OptionsAnimal coaching staff in May, 2011. Knowing how to remain profitable in any trend scenario has taken her success to the next level.
OptionsANIMAL Education Experience
Collectively OptionsANIMAL Instructors have a combined total of over 100 years of trading experience, and over 40 years of stock & options training experience. We have educated over 8,000 students in our 6 Step Trading Methodology.
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