Upcoming Events

Throughout the year, OIC hosts free webinars on a variety of options-related topics. Taught by experienced options professionals, OIC webinars run from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. (CT), unless otherwise noted. Registration is required and will give you access to an on-demand replay of the event. Watch OIC's past webinars on-demand here.

Jul 10, 2024
3:30 - 4:30 PM CST

Premium Income I: Credit Verticals

On July 10, OIC will host a live webinar on credit verticals, led by instructor Mat Cashman. This free online session will review the basics of spreads and key aspects investors should understand about trading short options through strategies that involve selling. Expected topics include:

  • How spreads can create defined and calculated outcomes
  • Profit and loss related to vertical spread options strategy modeling
  • Implied volatility and the Greeks
  • Exercise, assignment and risks of vertical spread positions

Registration is available now for the vertical credit spread  webinar. Registration also opens access to the OIC library of previous webinars, where investors can learn about a variety of option topics on demand

Jul 17, 2024
3:30 - 4:30 PM CST

Certain option strategies involve multiple positions, and among these are the iron condor and iron butterfly. On July 17, OIC instructor Mat Cashman will lead a live, free online session to explain  the basics of each strategy, along with the risks that may emerge when trading strategies that involve simultaneous multiple strikes. Among the topics will be:

  • How spreads can create defined and calculated outcomes
  • Modeling for profits and losses
  • The impact of the option Greeks on spread options strategies
  • Risks associated with options exercise and assignment  

Risks associated with options exercise and assignment Investors can register today for the OIC webinar on iron condors and iron butterflies. By registering, attendees also unlock access to the complete OIC online library of previous educational webinars, where a variety of option topics can be explored.