Kim Klaiman is a full time options trader and founder of SteadyOptions.com. He trades mostly non-directional strategies, like pre-earnings strangles and iron condors. Likes to trade strategies with negative correlation. He lives in Toronto, Canada. Visit the SteadyOptions.com forum. SteadyOptions offers a combination of a high quality education and actionable trade ideas using variety of Non-Directional option trading strategies for Steady and Consistent Profits. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteadyOptions_ SteadyOptions performance: https://steadyoptions.com/performance
Started active trading in 1982. Have experience across futures, bonds, stocks, CEF/Preferreds and options. I have professional advisors on the large majority of our family holdings but reserve a portfolio to trade and enhance our income. Primarily I buy CEFs and write options in that account.
1. Don't lose.
2. Don't lose much.
I am a 27-year old graduate student. The subject of my studies was “Accounting and Finance” in which I have obtained a Bachelor's of Arts on (BA).
I have developed an interest in publicly traded companies. I enjoy doing research and analysis of various situations. I would describe my analytical style as leaning more towards the theoretical side and less towards the technical. At the moment, I plan to post the insights I find most interesting on Seeking Alpha. I would appreciate feedback on my postings.
I currently live in Cyprus.
I'm an accounting controller for a large multinational corporation. My educational background: undergraduate degree in Computer Science (Park), MBA (Texas) and MS in Applied Mathematics (Columbia).
I've invested and traded in many markets over the past 20 years. I've been playing with and programming computers for over 30 years, so I especially enjoy finding ways of employing technology and mathematics to improve investing success. I've enjoyed great results over the course of my trading career, but I'm constantly seeking to learn more (while avoiding those land mines that litter the landscape :) )