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Futures options can give investors more efficient access to the markets, and Optionshop provides innovative tools and specialized services to improve the futures options trading experience.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
Optionshop, a new online futures broker specializing in options on futures, today began accepting new accounts.
Optionshop was founded on the belief that futures options have the potential to give traders a better way to gain exposure to commodity markets than through straight futures, commodity ETFs or resource company stocks. Its online brokerage tools and services aim to make trading futures options, traditionally a complicated and inefficient process, as simple as trading equity options.
“Optionshop believes that options on futures should be as easy to understand and trade as equity options, and we have carefully crafted and built one-of-a-kind trading tools that traders need to be successful,” said Optionshop CEO Bob Fitzsimmons.
“For too long, online brokers have treated futures options traders as second-class citizens, and Optionshop is dedicated to creating what we believe is the optimal futures options-trading experience.”
Optionshop expects to appeal to current futures traders who are looking to better manage their market exposure and to equity options traders who desire a more efficient way to gain access to commodity markets that mutual funds, ETFs or resource stocks.
Optionshop’s futures options trading tools include:
Investors who would like to open an account may do so at https://www.optionshop.com/signup/new.
Optionshop is an online futures broker specializing in futures options trading execution and education. The company is backed by OptionsCity, a provider of powerful trading software for professional futures options traders, and Third Stone Partners, the private investment arm of Third Stone Capital, a proprietary futures trading firm.
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