The Options Insider Radio Network
OIC's Wide World of Options
Hosted by Joe Burgoyne, Director of Retail Education for The Options Industry Council, OIC's Wide World of Options will feature a dynamic mix of current events, investor resources, strategy insights and interviews with a variety of options professionals throughout the industry.
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Brought to you by The Options Industry Council (OIC), an educational organization funded by the nation's options exchanges and the industry clearinghouse, OCC, that has been helping investors understand the responsible use of exchange-traded equity, ETF, and index options for over 20 years.
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WWoO Show 21: Searchable ODD and Time Spreads
Joe Burgoyne highlights the addition of a search feature to the ODD document in Industry Happenings. Then he discusses time and calendar spreads with Andrew Giovanazzi from Option Pit.
WWoO Show 20: Early Trading Hours and Short Puts
On Industry Happenings, Joe Burgoyne discusses what traders need to know about CBOEs new Early Trading Hours. Then, Laurie Itkin from Coastwise Capital joins Joe to chat about incorporating short puts and covered calls into clients portfolios.
CBOEs Peter Lusk joins Joe Burgoyne to discuss motivations behind using the covered call strategy. Also, do you know what it means to "climb the wall of worry"? Joe has your answer on today's Looking Back segment.
Rande Howell, founder of Traders State of Mind, discusses the psychological habits of traders and ways to help manage emotions such as fear, uncertainty and anxiety. Also, Mike West and Barry Nobel of NASDAQ OMX stop by to talk about the evolution of NASDAQ option exchanges.
Interested in learning more about Back Spreads? Check out this latest episode on Strategy Spotlight, then Bill Ryan of NYSE joins Joe for a discussion about the latest happenings going on with the exchange.
Joe Burgoyne and Kyle Graham of OIC's Investor Services discuss the thought process an investor may use when buying calls. Also in Profiles & Perspectives, John Denza and Jeromee Johnson of BATS drop by to update Joe on the latest happenings going on with the exchange.
On Strategy Spotlight, Joe Burgoyne discusses Covered Call Combinations with Randy Frederick of Schwab. Then Shelly Brown of MIAX stops by to discuss what's new with the exchange. Want to learn more about volatility charts? Joe has the 4-1-1 on Tools, Resources and Good Reads.
Joe Harwood from OIC's Investor Services team joins Joe Burgoyne for a discussion on contract adjustments. Then on Profiles and Perspectives, Joe interviews John Burnside of Freeboard Capital about the use of option strategies including collars and back spreads.
On Industry Happenings, Joe Burgoyne explains stock splits and what investors should know about them. Then, Shawn Howell of Pro Market Advisors joins Joe for a Strategy Spotlight discussion on Calendar Spreads with Index Options.
Joe Burgoyne talks about tools that can help you grow your options knowledge like OIC's MyPath assessment, our new mobile app and the position simulator. Then, OIC Investor Services Senior Specialist Bill Ryan joins Joe for a discussion on Covered Call Writing.
Joe Burgoyne and Russell Rhoads delve into the topic of Calendars and Diagonals with Weeklys Options. Also, hear about Bollinger Bands and Joe's latest reading pick for Tools, Resources and Good Reads.
Weeklys is a servicemark of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, Incorporated.
Host Joe Burgoyne speaks with Dan Passarelli of Market Taker Mentoring about the intricacies of options skew. He also provides a recap of options volume for 2013 and then he'll wrap up with resources investors might want to consider as they grow in the options space.
On Strategy Spotlight, Dan Sheridan of Sheridan Mentoring will join Joe to discuss using Iron Condors with Weeklys, then Joe Harwood, Manager of OIC's Investor Services,will stop by to talk about what his team has to offer investors who are looking for answers to their options-related questions.
Weeklys is a servicemark of The Chicago Board Options Exchange, Incorporated.
Shelly Brown of MIAX joins Joe for a discussion about his experience in the industry and some of the exchange's key milestones. Also, Brian Overby of TradeKing shares his perspective on what investors should considering when buying options, then Joe will introduce you to the Elliott Wave Theory.
On Profiles & Perspectives, Joe speaks with John Denza and Jeromee Johnson of BATS about the exchange's entrance and evolution in the options marketplace. Also, Joe will cover the ins and outs of LEAPs with Steve Claussen of OptionsHouse and then wrap up with some listener questions.
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Host Joe Burgoyne interviews ISE's Geralyn Endo about the exchange's background in being the first electronic exchange, new developments and her experiences in the industry. Additionally, OIC Instructor Al Brinkman joins Joe for a conversation about straddles and strangles. Interested in hearing about the technology boom in the nineties? Joe has you covered plus he'll tell you a little bit about bar charts and candlesticks on Tools, Resources and Good Reads.
In this episode, Joe touches on the topic of Flex options and then OIC Instructor Marty Kearney joins him for a discussion on butterfly strategies. Also, Patty Schuler of BOX Options Exchange shares her experiences and insights on this week's Profiles & Perspectives segment.
Joe starts the show with a brief overview of the options industry, and then he'll talk shop with Mike West and Barry Nobel of NASDAQ OMX PHLX. Also, OIC instructor Todd Wilemon will discuss how collars work as an investment strategy and you?ll hear Joe's recommended reading in his segment Tools, Resources and Good Reads.
Can you name the first stocks to have options traded on them? Listen to the show to find out how many you know. Also, Joe will discuss the ins and outs of credit spreads with Alex Jacobson of Options Xpress and then wrap up with a conversation with the founder of Options Insider Radio Network Mark Longo.
Joe Burgoyne starts the show with a brief overview of mini options followed by an interview with OIC Instructor Bill Ryan, who will speak about the intricacies of selling puts. Joe then wraps things up with a discussion about the time in options history when there were no puts.
For the inaugural show, Joe will kick things off with a discussion of Weeklys, a strategy spotlight segment on Bull Calls with OIC instructor Peter Lusk, followed by a nostalgic look back at the start of the options industry.