It's tax season! In this blog post, we'll tell you the right questions to ask your accountant when filing your tax returns as a retail investor.
Taxes are due this week! Do you have the necessary forms in place as a tastytrader? Take a look at this article so that you know the right questions to ask an accountant.
Want to bone up on your knowledge of futures and options? Join the tastytrade team for a better understanding of how these contracts are used in the marketplace.
Technical analysis may not serve as the foundation of your strategy, but it can still play an important role in trade identification and risk management. Learn more about technical analysis and Trading the Close with Tim Knight!
Triple witching is an important quarterly trading event that all market participants should be aware of. Read on to gain further insight on how the market tends to move before, during, and after “Freaky Friday.”
Want to win a trip to Chicago to meet Tom and Tony and the rest of the tastytrade team? Read this post to learn more!
Thinking of adding the strangle to your list of options trading strategies? Here are six things you need to know before you place a trade using a strangle!
Want to know what the 5 most popular segments were during the first half of 2015? Check out this blog to see what tastytraders have been tuning into, and as always, stay tasty!
#Tradehacks is a popular tastytrade YouTube series featuring trading tricks & tips from the options legend himself, Tony Battista. But what you may not know is how #Tradehacks came about. Director Martin Wilson shares the exclusive here!
The fastest growing online financial network harnesses new talent to reach audience of Millennial investors underserved by traditional financial media with actress Rachel Fox.
We often hear the phrase "Sell in May, Go Away". But if what we told you that wasn't a good options trading strategy and we had the data to prove it? Read this post to learn more!
Are you a beginner trader having a hard time staying engaged in the process? Here we list some techniques you can use to stay engaged in the market, even when you don't feel like it.
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.
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.
When it comes to the Research Team, our founder Tom Sosnoff, says it best. "8 monkeys and this is what we get as a segment?" Meet the men behind the screens at tastytrade in this brief intro to Tom's Research Team.
We've got dozens of people in our studio every day who span a spectrum from designers, to producers, to entrepreneurs, to traders, to on-air talent, to developers, to writers, to marketers, developers and research nerds. As you can imagine, all of these peeps have a lot of cool stuff to share, and this, tastynation, is where they'll do it. Welcome to the tastytrade blog!
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“We commoditized a space that needed disrupting,” says Tom Sosnoff, a co-founder of Thinkorswim Group Inc., which was sold five years ago. “It was easier for the big brokers to let the small Chicago boutiques blaze the trail and come in and buy us out.”
On introducing investing to Millennials, paying attention to details when negotiating, and using mobile to have a balanced life.
“So what is investing all about? Probabilities and strategy. That’s it. It’s about limiting your upside in return for a higher probability of success, and then it’s about managing your winners.”