Unusual Whales taps Tastytrade as exclusive options broker

Rick Steves

“We’re huge fans of Unusual Whales and the transparency they bring to the markets, enabling traders to make informed decisions.”

Tastytrade has struck a partnership with Unusual Whales to become the exclusive brokerage firm of the popular “options platform and internet blowhole”, known for political trading.

Unusual Whales claim to be the most complete and affordable options, equity, flow platform available to retail traders. Ran by a small team with zero outside funding, the options platform builds awareness for topics such as Congressional insider trading and corporate lobbying in America.

Unusual Whales’ users can now trade directly on their Options Flow platform through a tastytrade account.

“tastytrade has a lot to offer to retail traders”

Scott Sheridan, CEO of tastytrade, said: “We’re huge fans of Unusual Whales and the transparency they bring to the markets, enabling traders to make informed decisions.”

“Unusual Whales is excited to partner exclusively with tastytrade. Tastytrade has helped lead retail options and futures trading, both in terms of platform offering and best overall experience. With its educational resources and other in-platform content, tastytrade has a lot to offer to retail traders. We are happy to join the warm waters and integrate tastytrade’s robust tools on site,” said the founder of Unusual Whales.

tastytrade, a subsidiary of IG US, empowers investors seeking to actively manage their own money with a powerful platform and access to educational content for stocks, options, and futures trading.

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