SteadyOptions is an options trading forum where you can find solutions from top options traders. TRY IT FREE!

We’ve all been there… researching options strategies and unable to find the answers we’re looking for. SteadyOptions has your solution.

How to Open Your Own Trading Office


Are you ready to break out on your own? Have you been trading for a company for years making tons of money for yourself and others? Are you ready to take home a bigger piece of the pie? If you answered “yes” to these questions then you have the skills necessary to take your passion for trading to the next level.

That level is opening your own space where you can conduct business your way with the clients who will make you the most money and you make them the most money. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you start the journey of opening your own trading office.
 

Partner Up

As much as you want to run the entire show on your own, you can’t do it all by yourself. Having someone to share some of the responsibilities with will be ideal for your mental health and will allow you to stay on top of the more important priorities as you get started. The ideal partner is someone who is already successful in the realm of financial trading and has an impressive Rolodex that will help bring you the network and connections you need to succeed. When you partner with someone who is as seasoned as yourself means that you can double your chances of making the most money you can. 

 

It Takes a Village

Build a team that will get the job done. You and your partner are going to need help, and that help will come in the form of a support team that you trust. The best way to get everyone on the same page is to train them yourself. Take the time out of your setup process for a training session. Even though you are going to hire people who already know what they are doing, they are not going to know your way of doing things. Make sure you and your partner are pleased with the people you are bringin on board and mold them to your image so that everyone knows the exact way to conduct business without any mistakes or confusion. 

 

Find a Great Office Space

You may not have the overhead necessary to rent or lease an entire floor of an office building or even a small office in a commercial space. There are other alternatives to finding real estate and shared office spaces are one of them. Places like Bond Collective offer memberships where you can use a luxurious office space at a fraction of the cost. Bond Collective membership options offer a range of deals that will best suit your needs. You can use these office spaces at will and whenever you choose, and you don’t have to worry about all the other headaches that come with having an office like bills and upkeep. Your membership will go towards that and you can spend your time worrying about important things like your clients and the work you are so passionate about doing.

 

Expand Your Knowledge 

Make sure that you are up-to-date on all the happenings in the financial world. Working for major corporations sometimes gives you an inside scoop on all the things that are happening in the industry because you are surrounded by so many people. That pool of people is going to shrink once you strike out on your own. This means that you are going to have to make a concerted effort to know what is happening with trading and finance on a daily basis. This extra work will go a long way because you will appear more knowledgeable and better equipped to provide the service you need to provide for your clients. That kind of appearance will make you more trustworthy, helping you grow your client base. 

 

Tell Everyone What You Are Doing

Once you are all set up and feeling good about what you know and who you know, it’s time to start telling everyone you are open for business. A lot of companies may not allow you to take your clients with you so that means you have to start from scratch. This is where your partner’s Rolodex comes in handy. Start getting the word out there that you are starting your own office and that you are ready to help make money with others. Use social media, friends, and word of mouth to get the news out there that you are open for business. Before long, you will be building one of the most successful trading offices in finance. 

This is a contributed post.

What Is SteadyOptions?

Full Trading Plan

Complete Portfolio Approach

Diversified Options Strategies

Exclusive Community Forum

Steady And Consistent Gains

High Quality Education

Risk Management, Portfolio Size

Performance based on real fills

Try It Free

Non-directional Options Strategies

10-15 trade Ideas Per Month

Targets 5-7% Monthly Net Return

Visit our Education Center

Recent Articles

Articles

  • Probability vs. Certainty Trap

    We all would like all our trades to be winners, but we know this is not possible. We know some of the trades will be losers. Many traders think that if a trade has lost money, it was a bad trade. They try to identify what errors they made that lead to losses. Why? "Because I lost money! So surely I have made a mistake somewhere?”

    By Kim,

    • 2 comments
    • 6,302 views
  • How To Choose The Right Platform For Your Stock Trading

    The interest in stock trading has increased due to its higher returns and profit potentials. Like the many traders available, there are numerous approaches and platforms to set your trading environment. Online trading platforms provide adequate resources and tools for their clients' trading success.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 1,640 views
  • How To Approach Passive Investing

    Passive investing refers to an investment technique that seeks to increase returns by limiting purchasing and selling. One of the most popular passive investment strategies is index investing, this means that a group of investors buy a representative benchmark, and keep hold of this over a long period.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 1,597 views
  • How Anchor Survived the 2020 Crash

    We are often asked how the Anchor strategy performed during the market crash of 2020. The monthly performance can be seen on the performance page, but it shows the End of Month values and doesn't tell the whole picture. This article will shows a detailed analysis of the Anchor portfolio during the crash.

    By Kim,

    • 2 comments
    • 3,244 views
  • Lumpy Dividends and Options

    Dividend payments, like oatmeal, may be smooth or lumpy. Smooth dividends are predictable, usually once per quarter. It is easy for options traders to believe these dividends are guaranteed, because they usually continue uninterrupted quarter after quarter. This also makes it easy to predict total return over a longer time span.

    By Michael C. Thomsett,

    • 0 comments
    • 3,445 views
  • Got Crypto? Here's How to Use It

    Cryptocurrencies are fast becoming an accepted personal and corporate finance method - much to the chagrin of centralized banks and established financial institutions. The reasons are numerous, but in a nutshell, the decentralization of massive amounts of currency poses a threat to their systems.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 2,186 views
  • Option Payoff Probability

    Many options analyses focus on profit, loss and breakeven. These show what occurs on expiration day, assuming the option remains open to that point. But this is not realistic. Most options are closed or exercised before expiration, is calculation of how probable a payoff is going to be, how likely the loss, or the exact neutral outcome (breakeven), are all unrealistic.

    By Michael C. Thomsett,

    • 0 comments
    • 1,781 views
  • How to Open Your Own Trading Office

    Are you ready to break out on your own? Have you been trading for a company for years making tons of money for yourself and others? Are you ready to take home a bigger piece of the pie? If you answered “yes” to these questions then you have the skills necessary to take your passion for trading to the next level.

    By Kim,

    • 0 comments
    • 2,308 views
  • How To Create Your Own Indexed Annuity

    Indexed annuities are a life insurance company product sold by insurance brokers for a commission that is based on the amount deposited into the contract. Contract performance is linked to popular indexes like S&P 500, and early withdrawal penalties typically apply for the first 7-10 years if withdrawals greater than 10% of the contract value are taken each year.

    By Jesse,

    • 0 comments
    • 2,869 views
  • Q&A with Mental Game Coach Jared Tendler

    QUESTION: Thank you for taking the time to participate in a Q & A session with Steady Option. Let’s start with an introduction and a little bit of background on who you are and how you got here.

    By Jared Tendler,

    • 0 comments
    • 2,627 views

  Report Article

We want to hear from you!


There are no comments to display.



Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account. It's easy and free!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now

Options Trading Blogs Expertido