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“Options fan and video star” tastytrade CEO Tom Sosnoff, is quoted extensively in a Barron’s Electronic Investor column. Barron’s reporter Theresa Carey is reporting on tastytrade’s deal to give TD Ameritrade customers free access to tastytrade programming. And what a deal it is! As the article says, “TD Ameritrade customer’s can hardly afford not to check out tastytrade.” See the full article here. A taste:
Sosnoff’s mission in life is to show traders how to make money by focusing on probabilities and strategies that can shift the odds in their favor. He believes that traditional financial-news organizations mostly sell fear of failure, while his fledgling outfit emphasizes opportunity. “We make crazy fun of fear,” says Sosnoff.
Theresa Carey stopped by the tastytrade Chicago studio to talk to Tom and Tony about Facebook, Silicon Valley, financial literacy, and more. See May 22 Theresa Carey tastytrade segment.
The tastytrade Network was founded in May 2011, as an Internet-based channel for original financial news, investment strategies, and entertainment for the masses, with programming geared to various investment levels, from beginner to professional. Members get access to exclusive programming, trade ideas, plus significant discounts to investing products and services. tastytrade broadcasts from a Chicago brownstone.
tastytrade currently produces seven hours of original, live programming every weekday, with “Get Tasted,” “The Liz & Jenny Show,” “Ask Slim,” “Last Call,” and “Sneek & the Geek.” tastytrade is available at www.tastytrade.com, on iTunes, Apple TV, Apple Radio, and on Roku. Programming is archived, cataloged and accessible 24/7 at tastytrade.com.
In March, 2012, tastytrade acquired ki edit + design, a national video production and design studio, and Quiet Foundation, a Chicago web design and technology firm. With these acquisitions tastytrade controls all network production and technology infrastructure in-house to support an ambitious programming development schedule.