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Jim Gillies and Jeff Fischer sitting at a table.

Options co-advisors Jim Gillies and Jeff Fischer. Image source: The Motley Fool.

All part of an Options subscription

Motley Fool Options is run by co-advisors Jeff Fischer and Jim Gillies, and – as you might expect – they regularly recommend options investments to members. Jeff and Jim are dedicated to educating members, which is why every options trade alert comes with step-by-step instructions for how to execute each trade. That way members can learn while they invest – and make sure they don't accidentally forget part of each investment!

Additionally, each options alert comes with a full write-up on the team's thought process in recommending the investment. That means an explanation of the company and how exposure to it might fit in as part of a diversified portfolio, and analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities potential investors should be aware of. After all, any options trade should be done based first and foremost on the investing thesis for the underlying asset – or, put another way, the business.

In addition to all of this, Jeff and Jim regularly update members on the status of various options positions and potential ways to further profit. They also announce "strategies you can start" every week so members who have missed previous alerts can benefit from additional ideas as Jeff and Jim continue regularly monitoring the market.

The Options team has also published several reports and videos designed to help new options investors understand the ins and outs of options trading, as well as the nuances needed to build a successful options investing philosophy. That educational mindset is supplemented by a large and active member community, with members taking to the boards every day to talk about recent Options recommendations, or more generally about stocks, options, personal finance, or whatever else comes to mind.

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