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shmoyer
18 posts
msg #39847
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1/1/2006 3:39:01 PM

Does anyone have experience with or knowledge of (opinions) of the online broker "thinkorswim"?


fdecastro
2 posts
msg #39895
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1/3/2006 10:34:42 AM

Dear shmoyer, I have been a thinkorswim customer for more than 1 year and very satisfied with their level of service and efficacyin searching for the best filling prices. They provide a great education support in options (spreads in particular). The tools to analyze options strategies (P&L and Probability simulations) are awesome. I've learned with them how to use neutral strategies to make consistent profits by live trading sessions with experienced traders. Give a look at their 3 websites below for further info:
www.redoption.com / www.optionplanet.com and www.thinkorswim.com

Eventhough the commissions aren't the less expensive, the service is by far the best I've found in an options broker so far.

Fabs


shmoyer
18 posts
msg #39902
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1/3/2006 12:04:48 PM

fdecastro: Thanks for the information.


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