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Flexibility to pursue your investing goals with a range of solutions


As an Outstanding Traders client, your dedicated advisor will provide you with investment choices that align to your investment objectives, risk tolerance, investment time horizon, and financial situation.
An extended team of investment experts
Your Outstanding Traders advisor has the ability to work with other investment professionals in the Firm. Together, they will seek to recommend actionable investment solutions designed to help you achieve your investment goals—including:
1. Access to a wide array of investments that potentially could generate income and diversify your portfolio.
2. Customized investment strategies.
3. Access to a team of sales traders that seek to provide you with best execution results.
4. Help with complex needs that may require more sophisticated approaches, such as hedging a concentrated stock position.

Our Different Sections of Investment and It's ROI Table

ROI 15% 25% 26% 24% 14% 19%
MIN-MAX ($) 30K - 1M 50K - 1M 200K - 30M 60K - 10M 30K - 1M 40K - 50M

Note: All investment range last between 1 year to 15 years. After 15 years we call for review or reinvest.

An extensive lineup of investments


Equities represent an ownership interest in a publicly traded corporation or pooled investment vehicle and may offer growth potential that can help you meet longer-term goals. Includes common stock, exchange traded funds, closed-end funds, certain listed preferred stocks and American Depository Receipts.

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
An ETF is a type of pooled investment vehicle designed to track an index or can be actively managed. ETFs trade on an exchange like a stock throughout the trading day. ETFs can hold a diversified group of equities, fixed income, commodities, currencies, options, or a blend of assets.
Listed Options
Derivative instruments based on underlying assets, such as stocks. An options contract offers the buyer the opportunity to buy or sell—depending on the type of options contract they hold—the underlying asset.

Fixed Income Securities

Bonds issued by companies, governments, states, and municipalities that represent the issuer’s promise to repay the bond face amount, with interest, within a set period of time. Examples of fixed income securities include U.S. treasury securities, securities issued by government agencies, corporate bonds, municipal debt securities, and certain preferred securities.

Mutual Funds
Funds that consist of a portfolio of securities that seek to meet an identified objective, managed by a fund manager, with daily liquidity at the funds’ net asset value (NAV).
Unit Investment Trusts
Static portfolio of securities that is professionally selected by a manager that is constructed to implement a specific investment strategy with redemption at NAV available daily.


Contracts with an insurance company that provide for the payout of an income stream or a lump-sum amount at a future date. Consists of Fixed indexed annuities, variable indexed annuities, fixed rate annuities, income annuities and variable annuities.

Risk Management Solutions
Risk management solutions include options overlay strategies, exchange funds and hedging strategies that may help you reduce portfolio volatility, diversify your holdings, or mitigate the impact of fluctuating exchange rates, interest rates and market conditions.
Closed-End Funds (CEFs)
Closed-End Funds or CEFs, are a type of registered investment company that uses an asset manager to meet specific investment objectives. CEFs are typically traded on an exchange, giving investors intra-day liquidity at market prices.

Brokered Certificates of Deposit (CDs)

Brokered CDs offered through a broker-dealer are a deposit instrument issued by a bank or savings association that typically pays periodic interest at a fixed rate for a specified period of time.

New Issues
Access to new issue debt and equity offerings at the time of issuance, allowing you to purchase at par or the offering price.
Market Linked Investments(MLIs)2
MLIs are debt instruments linked to the performance of an underlying market measure, like an index, with targeted risk and return characteristics.

Alternative Investments

Non-traditional investment vehicles that generally include hedge funds, private equity funds, and real assets. They may offer exposure to a broader range of markets and securities, including less liquid assets, and/or may employ investment strategies and techniques typically not found in registered investment companies.

You may only have access to certain limited brokerage services, based on the qualifications of your advisor and our policies. Should you have a need for other solutions relating to brokerage recommendations, then you will be referred to another appropriate advisor, if that is what you indicate.