Options Strategy Selection: What You Should Think About Before You Trade

09/14/2017 2:59 am EST


Joe Burgoyne

Director of Institutional and Retail Marketing, The Options Industry Council

Host Joe Burgoyne answers listener questions about mini-options and investor resources. Then on Strategy Spotlight, Kevin Davitt of CBOEs Options Institute defines what it means to roll an option position and why investors might want to consider doing so.

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