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Deep Dive With JLN: How Can The Financial Industry Draw In The Next Generation Of Talent? Feature,Mwiki,Video,video

Note: Scroll to the bottom to view the video in three smaller segments.  The future for the financial markets is bright, even if the headlines don’t always say so. John Lothian News’ CEO Jim Kharouf sat down with Brian Mehta, chief marketing officer at Trading Technologies, and Doug Monieson, partner at Hyde Park Angels, to talk about what will attract the next generation of traders and professionals into this space. From college outreach programs like TT CampusConnect to a variety of new education, training, competitions and platforms that open the world to new traders with new ideas, both see the…

Change the Game – Tom Sosnoff Feature,MarketsWiki Education,MWEd,Video,video

“The U.S markets are the global hub of liquidity. That’s why they’re so wonderful. So when you get truly liquid markets, you have very accurate expected value.” In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s World of Opportunity event in Chicago, Tom Sosnoff, co-CEO of tastytrade, maps out the importance of decision making. Trading is one of the few industries where you have the ability to make an unlimited number of decisions with both emotional and monetary outcomes. Sosnoff says the most important thing you can do as a recent graduate is monetize your know-how. The more valuable you are to your…

SEC “Abdicated Responsibility” Regarding OCC Capital Plan; tastytrade buys Seed Futures; Gundlach’s Options Bet Newsletter,Options

Observations & Insight Seed Futures Acquired by tastytrade GlobeNewswire Seed Futures LLC (“Seed Futures”) today announced that its business has been acquired by dough, Inc. (d/b/a tastytrade). jlne.ws/2vPldoL ****SD: This is a development worth following. The tastytrade/dough team and their new(ish) brokerage tastyworks continue to disrupt business. Seed Futures is a subsidiary of Seed CX, the SEF started two years ago (SEF designation came in August 2016) to initially trade forwards and options on industrial hemp products. Geared to all “emerging commodities,” as they phrase it, the exchange now has tradeable products like Hass avocados, organic soybeans and Persian limes….

Millennials and Options: A Perfect Match? Blog,Commentary,Feature,Options

Every business wants to capture the millennial customer. Millennials, loosely defined as those born between 1980 and 2000, are the largest generation on record and are set to inherit some $30 trillion. The generation’s (eventual) inherited wealth and sheer size demand that those in the options industry, and financial services as a whole, pay attention to their different demands and needs. This generation largely doesn’t trust the old guard or their business models. They witnessed the financial crisis in ‘08 during their formative years. Commissions? Phone calls to customer support? Fees? A human advisor? Millennials want little from traditional broking…

Tabb Options Liquidity Matrix; Cliff Asness on equity volatility; The tasty nation adds an entree, tastyworks Newsletter,Options

Lead Stories US Options Volume Falls in December TABB Forum US listed options volume declined in December as traders pulled back after an active November propelled by the surprise election of Donald Trump. Volume totaled 327.5 million contracts in December 2016, a 14.5% decline from November’s 383.2 million contracts. jlne.ws/15F92GM Cliff Asness – 2016 Beyond Equities: Still Boring ValueWalk Writing my post titled “2016 Was Not a Particularly Volatile Year” on realized risk/variability turned out to be even more fun than usual as I got a lot of great comments on it. Of course, some didn’t buy it. Some said…

The tasty nation adds an entree, tastyworks: Tom Sosnoff and the tastytrade crew are “going to murder passive investing” Feature,Mwiki,Options

Editor’s note: This story contains language that some readers might find offensive. Also, the subject matter contains a plethora of non-capitalized proper nouns, which are the actual names of the firms. The team behind retail brokerage thinkorswim, and more recently the financial news network tastytrade, is once again hoping to take the retail broking industry by storm with the opening of their new brokerage, tastyworks. Launched on January 3, the low-commission offering is the next logical step in fulfilling the goals the group has had since thinkorswim was founded 17 years ago, despite the fact that the plan “was never…