Tony Saliba was only 23 years old when he started trading options over four decades ago in 1979. Back then, it was a pilot program but he took an interest in it because it was a dynamic approach to trading.
“Options were the newest security, and being from Chicago, a young kid who caddied for these brokers that worked down in Florida, I became very curious about it. But also, it had the most nonlinear payout possibilities,” Saliba told Insider. [Continue Reading on the Insider]