We provide practical solutions for the everyday investor

Our mission at Stock Options Trades is to provide straightforward, actionable solutions to protect and grow your wealth. 

Bold Financial Technology Insights
Comprehensive Wealth Strategies
Resourceful Money Guides

Sharon Hitchcock, MBA, (Sam Houston State University, Texas), founder of Stock Options Trades, combines a decade of hands-on experience as a financial advisor for Fidelity Investments, Merrill Lynch, and J.P. Morgan Chase into actionable information for the prudent investor.

At Stock Options Trades, we leverage our partners to improve our subscribers’ financial education at all experience levels in every aspect of personal finance. The investment industry consists of a diverse array of topics, so we follow suit. We wear many hats to get the job done. 

We act as an investment tactician to provide guidelines and resources to grow and protect your wealth sensibly within the framework of personal finance. We also deliver insights into equity and commodity options strategies because we specialize in structuring options spreads that have a theoretical trading edge for intermediate and advances self-directed traders. 

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