The option traders I talk to are either too young to have done a lot of trading in the option markets, or they started in the markets at too young a time. Either way, the success stories are fascinating to read about because even though these young folks are smart, they still have a lot of questions about trading, and they’re still figuring it out. If you’re interested, we’ll be doing a Q&A session in the chat room later this week.
These young, smart, and successful traders can be found all over the world. In the US specifically, the top 10% of option traders are located in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, and Washington DC.
There are certainly exceptions to the rule. Many of these options traders are young, young, and have big dreams of financial freedom. But you gotta remember that most people trade for a living. They get a paycheck and it’s not like they can take a vacation. Many of these options traders are working full-time jobs, while others have a part-time job, and many of them have family members who work and they dont have time to run away from home.
This is the kind of people who can get away with a lot of things, but this is why it’s so important to do your research before you trade. You may be able to turn a profit if you’re willing to take the time to research options, but you’re also working with people who you most likely have a lot of money invested with. In fact, some of the most successful options traders I know have been successful because they found other successful traders who could help them.
The idea behind options trading is that you want to find a good stock with a lot of potential, but which is risky enough to be worth trading. At the same time, you want to take the risk that things will go south, but at the right time (when the market is in the right place) so you make a profit. In fact, the more options you have, the more chances you have of being successful.
In my experience, option trading with other traders yields a couple of interesting results. In one case, a trader, who was also an options trader, found a very profitable stock and followed it for several years. Eventually, he sold the option on it, because the stock was no longer worth it. In another case, a trader found a very profitable stock and followed it for several years. Eventually, he found another stock that was just as profitable and wanted to sell an option on it.
Option trading is a pretty popular activity in the futures market, so it’s pretty easy to see why people would pick up the opportunity. It’s also pretty easy to see why people might want to avoid it. The stock I just mentioned was one of many that was just as good. Sure, it was trading at a high price, but it also had some very lucrative options you could sell to get a higher return.
But what really happened to Colt before that? The company I just mentioned was very profitable (it was one of the largest in the world), but that didn’t make it easy for him to sell an option. It became a money-loser for him eventually, because he couldn’t make it off of it. The stock I just mentioned was trading at a very low price, while the stock I just mentioned was trading at a very high price, so its a pretty easy situation to get into.
Colt’s situation is a bit more interesting. While I did mention the stock I just mentioned being trading at a very low price to get into, the stock I just mentioned was trading at a very high price, so its a pretty easy situation to get into. What happened was that his options were selling at a very low price, but the company he was trying to sell the stock to was actually very profitable. There are a lot of other options trading companies that are also very profitable.
While it sounds like there is a lot of luck involved in option trading, I think the main factors are the risk and the time to trade before you sell. I think there are a lot of successful traders out there who did not put in the time to put in the money to get in. A lot of people put in a little bit of money and just sell the options they have to get more trading time.