Influenced by his father’s interest in the stock market, Steve Suminski started trading stocks in the early 1990s using Prodigy, an early dial-up service. He successfully traded stocks throughout that decade until the tech bubble burst in 2000. Realizing he needed training, he invested in stock and options education. Steve became an Online Trading Academy student in 2005.
His philosophy is ‘options give you options, that’s why they call them options’ because of the tremendous flexibility and profit potential they offer in all kinds of market conditions. Students can expect tremendous passion, experience and expertise when they come to Steve’s class. As an Instructor, he understands the awesome profit potential and joy that can result when everyday people elevate themselves to pro-level trader status.
Steve’s Why is securing his family’s financial future while also supporting charitable organizations. He believes by helping others achieve financial freedom, he is helping them manifest the gifts they are meant to share with the rest of the world.
- BS in Computer Science, Michigan State University
- Corporate Manager, Texas Instruments and Harris/Intersil
- Options instructor, keynote speaker & radio guest
- Series 7, 66, Life & Health licenses (all expired)
- Member of the American Association of Individual Investors
- Detroit native & avid Detroit sports fan
- Avid supporter of Open Arms International
What Students Are Saying
“I was a bit nervous to take the options class, thinking I might be too overwhelmed. But Steve Suminski did a fantastic job in teaching us concepts and strategies. Core Strategy was emphasized throughout the class and, as we practiced trading options, confidence was built. He was very patient in helping us when we didn't quite "get it". Options is going to provide more opportunities to expand my trading from just futures and forex. I still have a lot to learn, but now have a solid foundation to continue learning and developing. THANK YOU, STEVE!!”
“I think Steve is a master in teaching. I enjoyed his teaching and learned a ton. I am very grateful that Steve shared some of his inside knowledge.”