Optionality was recently acquired by Lightspeed Holdings LLC. The Optionality mobile app is expected to launch under the Lightspeed Financial Services Group broker dealer in Q4 2023 (Optionality ODD)
Optionality mobile will be available on iOS & Android
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Morristown, NJ – October 3, 2023 – Lightspeed Holdings LLC, a premier provider of brokerage and trading services, announced today it had purchased the assets of Optionality, including Optionality’s mobile trading app. Optionality staff have joined the Lightspeed team.
Optionality is a fintech brokerage firm with a modern mobile app that provides a retail trader with a streamlined tool to trade option spreads. These spreads…
Here’s how it works:
No more confusing options chains! Optionality uses proprietary algorithms to pre-package option trades into a curated menu that shows max loss, max gain, breakeven price, and percentage move required. Alternatively, you can also customize your own option spread by using the Option Builder tool. The menu is filtered for liquidity using internal volume and open interest data.
Keep track of the metrics that matter most. See the big picture before placing a trade using AI market sentiment, risk levels, bullish/bearish indicators, the Greeks, and other tools that can help find the right trade for you.
Help control your market exposure by choosing between 3 risk levels before executing your options trade: Low, Medium, and High. Explore up to five different strike prices per risk bucket, all with unique risk/reward profiles to determine which one suits you best.
Trade options on any public company
Choose from any public company or ETF and explore contract expirations from one week up to one year. Navigate volatile markets, choose your risk level, and find trades that resonate with you. Single calls & puts coming soon!
Use Wall Street level strategies to your advantage. With an average trade cost of around $35-$75, our option spreads can be less expensive than single calls/puts. Additionally, spreads require smaller price movements in the market to break even, meaning they can be less affected by shifts in the Greeks.