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From: Cynarchy (Rep: 0)Date: 2016-09-09 02:26:25
Forum: Casual Lounge - Thread #673868047Msg #704 - Part 1/1 (Rec: 0)
My name is Ray and I would like to start trading options while I am a student in college. With the money I have saved up from working a few jobs, I am now at the point where I can start investing. I have looked into videos such as OptionsAlpha, and SkyView trading as far as learning options is concerned, and the answer I have found at this time is that with options, it seems that you are able to take control of a number of factors, one of which I can currently remember as time decay until the contract is over.

The impression that I am getting is that if I can be able to build my own style of trading while being in control of many things, then I can start being successful at it, especially when adapting from losses.



If anyone can help me get started on my journey, in terms of what pages I can learn from, or what kind of broker I should use for options as a beginner, (I'm thinking E*TRADE, but then I'd have to make the money back from the monthlies I'd be spending on it) and even where people look to do research, that'd be great. For now I am just looking around this large forum to see if I can have any leads. Thanks~

NOTE: This message was originally posted on 2016-09-09 00:22:10 by the Cynarchy.

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