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Interview w/ Tom Sosnoff from tastytrade

I connected with Tom a few weeks ago to chat about options trading. He has a really interesting perspective and is a wildly successful entrepreneur. I was interested to dive into the nuances regarding the approach he shares with retail options traders. I've always wondered how they select the "depth" of content they go into. Options can be incredibly overwhelming but it can be misleading if we do not go into adequate depth.

Another conversation we had was on risk. I personally have learned a lot from his relationship with risk and it has made me re-think how I approach it.

There are also areas where I don't totally agree with the tastytrade philosophy as it pertains to options trading. I cover some of these with him to further understand their philosophy. Seek first to understand, than to be understood.

For those interested in checking out the interview, here it is:

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