Webinar: How Options Can be Used to Lower At-Risk Capital

You've done your research on a stock or ETF, and you may be ready to commit - except for one thing: The capital you need to do it. We all know investing can take a sizable outlay, but what if we told you it might be possible to follow your instincts with a lower capital requirement? It just may be, thanks to the options market. On July 17, The Options Industry Council will host a free webinar called " How Options Can be Used to Lower At-Risk Capital," and we want you to join us. Here's some of what we'll go over:

  • Buying calls and puts
  • Options and leverage
  • Weekly options and monthly options
  • Basics of LEAPS
  • Choosing strikes and expirations

Plus, we'll provide plenty of examples to help you see how options can be a tool for capital efficiency - but also how they can bite if you're not prepared. Sign up today. Registration also gives you access to an on-demand event replay that you can watch at any time.

Join Us

Wednesday, July 17, 2019




3:30 - 4:30 PM CST

Sponsored By:

  • OCC

OIC Participant Exchanges:

  • BOX
  • Cboe
  • MIAX
  • Nasdaq
  • NYSE

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