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Coffee With Cott

Welcome to Coffee With Cott, a new blog from The Options Industry Council's Financial Advisor Division that is focused on the advisor space. Written by Eric Cott, a former advisor who has been the Director of Financial Advisor Education at the OIC since he developed the organization's outreach program in 2009, Coffee With Cott has a two-fold goal: to provide unique insight on the responsible use of exchange-listed options, and to help you have conversations with your clients about these versatile risk management assets. Along the way, there might be a few sports references or humorous takes, but Coffee With Cott will mostly be about offering percolating insight on options strategies, as well as practice management ideas. 

April 1, 2019
Options Terms You Need to Know
If you're going to have a conversation with your clients, it's imperative to be familiar with options vernacular and the industry lingo.

April 1, 2019
Coffee With Cott Podcasts
Is there a FINANCIAL STORM Brewing? Does it mean continued VOLATILITY & Options Strategies for the Advisor and Client? This is the inaugural episode for the new Coffee with Cott Podcast Series.

March 1, 2019
Overcoming the Misconceptions About Options
The data tells us that a large percentage of advisors are using options for their clients. That's great to hear. At the same time, a whole lot more are not using options. Not so great, in my opinion.

February 1, 2019
So, Volatility's a Thing Again. Now What Do You Tell Your Clients?
For anybody in the financial markets, 2018 won't be forgotten anytime soon. We had record highs for stocks, followed by big, bearish moves downward.

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