No amount too small: Options in a $5K account
One of the benefits of trading options is leverage—the ability to control a relatively large position with a small amount of capital. In this session, you’ll learn what to consider when trading options in an account with $5,000 or less, along with an aggressive strategy betting the market will either “pop or drop.”
Senior Strategist, Investor Education, E*TRADE Securities LLC
Rick Swope is a Senior Strategist of Investor Education with E*TRADE Securities LLC. As a veteran in the industry, Rick has presented at hundreds of seminars across the U.S. and around the world. His expertise covers technical analysis, market strategy, and risk management. He has extensive media experience, including a regional PBS weekly show, a national PBS pledge program, and numerous radio and television appearances. He is the principal author of the Amazon best seller, Five Points for Trading Success (Wiley, 2007) and co-author of Trading By Numbers (Wiley, 2012). Rick’s teaching includes corporate training as well as six years as an adjunct engineering instructor. He studied in the disciplines of engineering, mathematics, operations research, and statistics. He is married with two children and resides in Atlanta, GA. Rick holds the FINRA Series 7 license.