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October 2019

OIC Educational Series: Options Pricing

OIC Educational Series

Throughout the fourth quarter of 2019, The Options Industry Council is pleased to be presenting investors with an entirely new theme to enjoy in our year-long Educational Series. Next up: Options Pricing. From moneyness and pricing models to time decay and volatility skew, we'll cover a lot of ground in what's going to be a packed three months.

We pride ourselves on offering something for every level of investor, and you won't want to miss any of our events, including our online October OIC Summit, which will feature sessions with some of the best-known names in the options industry. OIC will be joined at the Summit by Marty Kearney representing MIAX, Kevin Davitt from Cboe and Lawrence McMillan, the president of McMillan Analysis Corp. and the author of "Options as a Strategic Investment," a well-known options book.

After the OIC Summit, we hope you'll be with us again for two webinars in November, another webinar in December and finally, a simulcast to close out the year that will be live from Los Angeles and also broadcast online.

Whether you've never traded an option or you've been using these tools for years, take the time to check out OIC's upcoming events. Along with just being a great way to learn, what's even better is that all our sessions are completely free. You simply have to register, which you can do right now at our Events center. Also, in case you miss a live presentation, or you want to review a session you've attended, registration means you'll have access to the event’s on-demand replay. Sign up now, and we'll see you soon.

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  • OCC

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  • BOX
  • Cboe
  • MIAX
  • Nasdaq
  • NYSE

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