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Tim Biggam, Options Analyst
“When it comes to trading, discipline can many times be more crucial than trade selection. Although some losses are inevitable, large losses are unconscionable.”
In my role as Lead Option Strategist and professional trader over the past 20 years, I have dealt with retail, institutional, and professional clientele in helping to educate and structure trades that best fit their time, price, and volatility viewpoint. My driving goal is to pass my passion for the markets and options in particular along to new and more advanced traders alike.
Tim received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois and completed his Masters of Science in Financial Markets and Trading from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He is a popular industry spokesperson and frequently provides trading strategy insight on his weekly TV appearances on Bloomberg TV Options Insight and CBOE-TV.In The Money. Tim has also appeared numerous times on Volatility Playbook on CNBC.
Over the last 20 years, Ian Cooper has relied on a blend of technical, fundamental and news analysis with stocks, options, and ETFs. He was one of the few that called the bottom and top of housing, the top of sub prime and Alt-A, the death of Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns, the collapse of the UK economy and the Dow’s collapse to 6,500, including its recovery. He even called for gold to rally well above $1,000 when it traded under $850. He’s shown thousands of investors just how to exploit “market extremes” for lightning fast, short-term gains with seven proprietary indicators that have led to successful calls on the biggest spikes and dips in the stock markets.
Brandon Chapman, CMT
Brandon has been a member of the Market Technicians Association since 2006, and currently serves as a subject matter expert for the CMT exam. He spent 13 years as a trading coach for Investools by TD Ameritrade. As a Chartered Market Technician, he loves technical analysis, but he infuses his analysis with fundamental and economic principles.