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OIC Announces Investor Education Day in Chicago October 27
CHICAGO–October 17, 2012
The Options Industry Council (OIC) today announced its next 2012 Investor Education Day (IED) will be held in Chicago on October 27.
The full day event offers two different tracks for attendees based on their investment experience and skill level – Options Basics or Advanced Strategies. While Options Basics will teach fundamentals, strategies to get started and the risks/rewards of trading; Advanced Strategies will focus on concepts such as butterflies, condors and implied volatility.
Options are an ideal tool for a variety of investors and market conditions. The popular IED options education program is taught by experienced instructors from the various options exchanges and OIC professionals and is designed to help investors develop their knowledge and ability to responsibly trade options in various market environments.
There is no charge to attend, however, advanced registration is required. Those interested in attending can obtain schedule and location details and also register through OIC’s website, http://www.optionseducation.org/seminars_events/all_seminars.html, or by calling 1-888-OPTIONS (1-888-678-4667).
Registration opens one hour prior to the start of the event at 8:00 a.m. and lunch is included.
OIC is an industry cooperative funded by BATS Options, BOX Options Exchange, Chicago Board Options Exchange, C2 Options Exchange, International Securities Exchange, NASDAQ OMX PHLX, NASDAQ Options Market, NYSE Amex Options, NYSE Arca Options and OCC. OIC was formed in 1992 to educate investors and their financial advisors about the benefits and risks of exchange-traded equity options. OIC's resources include: Investor Services live help at 1-888-OPTIONS, its educational website at www.OptionsEducation.org, live seminars throughout the continental United States and Canada, and educational literature.
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