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Events

OIC invites you to expand your options knowledge by attending one of our free educational equity option webinars or seminars. Taught by exchange professionals, OIC webinars run from 3:30-4:30 p.m. and OIC seminars run from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Registration is required.

May 08, 2019
3:30 - 4:30 PM CST

What if it turned out you might be able to earn income on a stock or ETF you already own, while at the same time potentially lowering the impact of a downturn? That's the idea behind option overwriting. With overwriting, like a covered call strategy, you sell options on a position and collect income that could boost your returns or offset part of a drop. But before you start with overwriting, you need details. And you'll get them when you register for this OIC webinar, "Option Overwriting for Income," on May 8 featuring guest speaker Alan Ellman, President at The Blue Collar Investor. Featured topics include:

  • The details about intrinsic value and time value
  • What it means to be covered
  • How to calculate cost basis and returns
  • When to expect early exercise

Alan will also provide plenty of examples, including P&L charts, so that you'll get to see all sides of overwriting as a strategy. Sign up today.



May 15, 2019
3:30 - 4:30 PM CST

For some option strategies, you're undoubtedly trying to make sure you don't get assigned. But what if there was a situation when you were hoping you would be? That's what the cash-secured put is all about. On May 15, during a free OIC-sponsored webinar called "Cash-Secured Puts: Get Assigned on the Decline," we'll talk in-depth about this stock-acquisition strategy, including:

  • The basics of put options
  • The motivation and risks of cash-secured puts
  • P&L details and diagrams
  • Different levels of moneyness
  • Managing positions at expiration

Ready to learn if cash-secured puts might be for you? Join us for our free webinar. Register now.



Jun 12, 2019
3:30 - 4:30 PM CST

Many investors focus on buying assets for their portfolios - but it takes buyers and sellers to make a market. And the truth is both sides have benefits, as well as risks.

Have you ever wondered what goes in to selling options? If so, join OIC and Cboe’s Jermal Chandler for a discussion about the key aspects of the selling side of the trade. On June 12, we'll be hosting a webinar for all levels of investors called "Selling Options as an Investment Strategy." Sign up now to learn about:

  • How to evaluate market conditions
  • Choosing the right strategy
  • How to manage positions

Register today to find out if selling options might have a place in your investing plan.



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