Webinar: Key Concepts for Options Investing

Annual OIC Options Summit

The Options Industry Council's OIC Summit, taking place online Oct. 23, will focus on offering a holistic view of an options trade - from how strike prices are chosen to managing positions amid changing conditions. In addition to featuring OIC's educational professionals, our Summit will welcome industry veterans Marty Kearney who is representing MIAX, Kevin Davitt from Cboe and Lawrence McMillan, the author of "Options as a Strategic Investment," a well-known title in the options-education space. They'll all be there to share their years of real-world knowledge with you.

If you're new to options or if you're an experienced investor, you don't want to miss the Summit presentations because there will be something for everyone who attends. Register now for free. Here's what you can expect when you're at the Summit:

Session 1: Key Concepts for Options Investing

Ed Modla, a former market maker in the Chicago trading pit and now OIC's Director of Retail Education, joins up with Marty Kearney, the creator of "LEAPS® Trading Strategies: Powerful Techniques for Options Trading Success," for a broad overview of options investing - including debunking a few all-too-common myths. Topics for the first OIC Summit session include:

  • The benefits and risks of options
  • Rights and obligations
  • Exercise and assignment
  • Intrinsic value vs. extrinsic value
  • Selecting strikes and expirations, along with simple strategies

Join Us

Wednesday, October 23, 2019




11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST

Sponsored By:

  • OCC

OIC Participant Exchanges:

  • BOX
  • Cboe
  • MIAX
  • Nasdaq
  • NYSE

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