REPLAY LINK: Options Industry Council, Part 3

This webinar from Options Profits was presented on April 18. Don't risk missing over 40 options trade ideas every week, exclusive commentary and webinars from over 15 experts. Click here for more information and a 14-Day Free Trial.

Many thanks to our live participants! It was an exciting, interactive presentation. Joe and I enjoyed spending time with our readers and look forward to "seeing" everyone online for the next webinar.

The Options Industry Council (OIC) was created to educate investors and their financial advisors about the benefits and risks of exchange-traded equity options. Options are a versatile but complex product, and that is why OIC conducts hundreds of seminars and webcasts throughout the year, distributes thousands of interactive DVDs and brochures, and maintains a Web site and Investor Services focused on options education.

Joe Burgoyne, Director, Institutional and Retail Marketing, for The Options Industry Council, created a three-part webinar series exclusively for TheStreet's premium subscribers. In addition to basic, intermediate and volatility presentations, we will include content on fundamentals and volatility history.

During the final presentation of our three-part series, we will start with the mechanics of spreads for both calls and puts, then delves into more advanced multi-leg options strategies. You will learn about debit and credit spreads and how these building blocks can be employed to construct Butterfly, Iron Butterfly, Condor and Iron Condor strategies. Associated benefits and risks for each of the strategies will be discussed in detail.

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