Sheridan Options Mentoring is the pioneer in personal options training and mentoring. In the last decade, we have trained thousands of students to trade with confidence and skill. We can train you too!
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Dan Sheridan is the Founder and CEO of Sheridan Options Mentoring. He has over 25 years of experience trading options and educating traders worldwide.
Dan is a veteran CBOE market maker, who worked with the highly successful specialist firm Mercury Trading, headed up by Jon and Pete Najarian. While at Mercury, Dan was responsible for training most of the traders including Pete Najarian, one of the current hosts of CNBC’s Fast Money. Dan left the pits in 2004, and founded Sheridan Mentoring. He now teaches individual traders the techniques and methods he used everyday to consistently profit in the options markets. Dan also teaches professional and retail traders through many additional channels: He hosted the weekly CBOE TV show, Options Safari at CBOE.com and he frequently does educational webinars for the CBOE and many brokers, as well as his new TV show called Sheridan TV, airing weekly at www.SheridanTV.com.
“I just wanted to send you a quick note of "Thanks" for everything you have done for me with Sheridan Options Mentoring. I have had a really good 2015 and it would not have been possible without your creating the classes and system to teach me the craft. It has taken me the better part of 3 years to really figure it out and own it (slow learner ;O) ), but I really feel like I can continue trading this way for the rest of my life. The hardest part for me was stopping the dumb mistakes, like "I hope, I hope, I hope" trading, thinking I was smarter than the market, and revenge trading trying to get my money back... - Read More
The information contained on this website is for educational purposes only: no representation is being made that the use of any trading strategy or trading methodology will generate guaranteed profits. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. There is substantial risk of loss associated with trading options. Only risk capital should be used to trade. Trading options is not suitable for everyone. You must be aware of the risks and be willing to accept them in order to invest in these markets. Please review the document- http://somurl.com/KnowYourRisk before trading options.