Ryan Persad – Founder & CEO
Ryan Persad @adhdryan (born 10 December 1999) is an American stock market trader, author, entrepreneur and realtor based in Daytona Beach, FL. Persad is a highly acclaimed stock market trader who has developed advanced options trading strategies. He currently serves as CEO and Founding Investment Expert of Options League.
Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Persad developed an interest in entrepreneurship at an early age and started his first successful business venture aged just 13. His media company called WSHHU grew to over six figures by the age of 17 and helped him build a substantial social following. Persad was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in childhood, he realized that he could use his social media following to bring a positive social impact, and so he changed his social media handles to ADHD RYAN to bring awareness for the condition and help people with mental health issues.
Persad is often covered by the high-tier news publications including Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, and Inc. (magazine) for his stock market strategies. He has received the Top 10 percent: Global Financial Literacy Award and is also a Forbes Council member.
Michele Seifert – Co – Founder & CFO
Michele Seifert, 23, better known as @Shelly.trades is the CO-Founder & CFO of Options League a company empowering men and women all over the world to establish financial freedom through the financial market
Michele was born in Daytona Beach, Fl but grew up in a small town known as the shark bite capital of the world New Smyrna beach. Michele had all intentions of going to college to pursue a degree in the medical field after finishing high school but the world seemed to have different plans for her.
@llbullplays My investment history totals 7 years and began with the purchase of Apple stock. Drawn to the company by it’s initial releases of the iPod and iPhone, I started my first portfolio with a handful of shares. As Apple blossomed, the profits ballooned and I eventually went on to realize my first gains from the market. After a successful introduction I continued to invest consistently yet, conservatively.
My qualitative assessments coupled with a discovery of technical analysis skills led to trading both stocks and options shortly thereafter. Since entering the market, my sole regret is that I didn’t begin even earlier. The realization of compounding investment returns exposed me to the idea of passive income and thus began my fruitful journey of financial freedom and literacy.