Options Premium and Pricing

Presented by Montréal Exchange and The Options Industry Council





Wednesday, March 11, 2020




Options Premium and Pricing









So just how are options priced? The Options Industry Council is ready to help make it less confusing. Join OIC for a webinar on March 11, Options Premium and Pricing, to learn about:

  • Moneyness – in-the-money, at-the-money and out-of-the-money
  • Intrinsic value vs. extrinsic value
  • Options pricing models
  • How demand and supply affect pricing

Register now for this free event. When you register, you also get access to a replay to watch any time!




3:30 PM  Central Daylight Time





1 Hour



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Stan Freifeld

Director of Corporate Services and Head Mentoring Instructor
Option Strategist


Stan Freifeld comes to us from the floor of the American Stock Exchange where he traded options for his own account from 1994-2001. His knowledge of the rules and regulations of the American Stock Exchange enabled him to be appointed as a Floor Official where he served on several committees, including the American Stock Exchange Minor Violations Committee.

Prior to starting his professional trading career, Stan was a pension actuary for 20 years. After graduating from the State University of New York at Stony Brook with a double major in pure and applied mathematics, Stan became one of the youngest members of the prestigious Society of Actuaries. In 1993, he was a Principal of a pension consulting firm where he ran the small plan department. When his company was sold, Stan used the proceeds to obtain a seat on the American Stock Exchange and set up a trading company.

After leaving the floor, Stan became the risk manager for a subsidiary of one of the largest specialist firms on the New York Stock Exchange. Preferring to trade himself, rather than monitor the trades of others, he left to trade options full time from his New Jersey office.

When not trading or thinking about trading, Stan plays competitive squash, competes in local road rallies and tutors high school students. He is a long-time MENSA member and lives in North Carolina with his wife.