Slow and Steady Wins the Game


Kim Klaiman SteadyOptions.com

Kim Klaiman of SteadyOptions.com tells us about ultimate options trading strategies.

Tell us about you, your career, and how you founded SteadyOptions.com.

Kim Klaiman: I am a Software Engineer by training. I have been in Software Development for 20 years, but financial markets have always been my passion. I started actively investing in stocks and bonds in 2002. In 2011 I founded an options trading advisory service, SteadyOptions.com, to share my trading experience and philosophy and help people become better traders.

Do you have small habits that made a meaningful impact on your life and business?

Kim Klaiman: I’m trying to be honest and transparent and treat my customers with great respect. I set your performance goals in years, not months or weeks. Focus on following your trading plan, not its short-term results. Robust strategies are profitable in the long term time frame.

How does SteadyOptions.com market its product/services online? 

Kim Klaiman: We don’t really do any marketing or advertising. Most members hear about us from friends or family, then read online reviews. We are ranked #1 out of hundreds of trading services.

What specific tools, software, and management skills are you using to manage your online marketing?

Kim Klaiman: No marketing, so no specific tools or software..

What is your hiring policy/process, and how do you retain your employees?

Kim Klaiman: We have a few traders who have been selected from the current members based on their trading skills and trading philosophy.

How are you funding your growth?

Kim Klaiman: The growth comes from growing our membership base.

Who are your competitors? And how do you plan to stay in the game?

Kim Klaiman: We have hundreds of competitors, but we are trying to differentiate ourselves by being completely transparent and honest about our performance and reporting it in the most straightforward way.

Tell us a customer success story of yours.

Kim Klaiman: We have hundreds of members who have been with us for years, in good times and bad (yes, any business has bad times. Luckily, our bad times are infrequent). I see this as a sign of great trust.

Your final thoughts?

Kim Klaiman: I’m very grateful for having a wonderful community of traders who are willing to share their knowledge and experience. I’m learning something new almost every day. Recently I was contacted by a previous member who canceled years ago and now wanted to share a trading strategy with me. This strategy has now become part of our model portfolio.

Your website?

https://steadyoptions.com              


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