GLENVIEW, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--eOption, a deep discount Chicago area stock and option broker with $3 stock and option commissions and 10 cents per option contract, today announced it will be attending the 2011 Traders Expo in Las Vegas. As an online broker, eOption will promote their exceptional value and cost savings of some of the lowest commission rates in the industry.
The primary message to customers emphasizes the fact that if you are trading 100 option contracts with eOption, the cost is $13.00. You could pay 600% to over 1,000% more for the same trade with other online competitors. This is something to consider − The value of 10 cent option contracts. - A unique value that enhances successful trading with the potential for higher investment yields. eOption provides a convenient commission savings calculator and broker comparison at their website for a quick look at eOption cost savings compared to other brokers.
Earlier this year, eOption was included in the 2011 Barron's Online Broker Survey. In their first year, eOption ranked 15th overall out of 24 respectable firms and ranked number one in three categories.
- Lowest Overall Cost – Four-and-a-half-star rating
- Lowest Cost for Occasional Traders
- Lowest Cost for Frequent Traders
“eOption offers the lowest costs regardless of how active a trader is.” – Barron’s 2011 Online Broker Survey
eOption also emphasizes that while you are getting the lowest rates in the industry, you are not sacrificing in other areas, such as quality of execution and customer service. The value proposition enables you to engage strategies often considered cost prohibitive. Stock trades are $3 and option trades are $3 plus 10 cents per contract. No frills. No gimmicks. There are simply no promotions necessary.
The Traders Expo Las Vegas will be held November 16-19 at the Bally's/Paris Las Vegas. eOption will be located at Booth 232.
For more information about eOption go to www.eOption.com
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