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(Last Updated On: September 15, 2014)

Should you use this subscription service for options trading or cloud solution trading platforms?

After some discussing with someone this analysis came up:

http://www.optionpit.com/about-us

This seems only good for newbie but very very expensive.

http://www.optionpit.com/mentoring

The blog posting pretty explains the obvious and kind of fluffy for advanced person.

http://www.optionpit.com/node/639490

My fave:

https://www.tastytrade.com/tt/learn?locale=en-CA

But expensive apparently with a few shows online. I think this seems to target newbies again.

https://www.quantconnect.com/

and others of this are pretty well decent but I would never put up a trading idea onto a remote server I don’t own. Sure they can say they delete yur idea when you idea, but what’s stopping them from logging your activity which basically is ‘borrrowing’ any potential strategy that could be profitable. No thanks as I don’t trust but that is only my opinion.
No real trader or bank will allow their ideas to be put onto infrastructure they don’t own.

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