Options House New Account Promotion: Free One-Year Subscription to The Wall Street Journal

Options House Free CoachingOnline discount broker OptionsHouse is now offering a free one-year subscription to The Wall Street Journal Online when you open a new OptionsHouse brokerage account. To get the free WSJ, you need to open an account before October 31, 2010 and fund it with at least $1,000 ($2,000 for margin account), and use promotion code WSJFREE when opening the account. With the free subscription, you will get

  • Real-time coverage and analysis on financial, business and global news 24/7
  • Expert Opinion Journal commentary from the Hill to the Street
  • Subscriber-only email newsletters and alerts, including Morning Brief, Evening Wrap, Personal Technology and more
  • Heard on the Street—market making news Wall Street is talking about now
  • Expanded coverage of personal finance, real estate and local news,  including Greater New York

This new promotion is different from the other two promotions that have been running since early June. For details about OptionsHouse’s pricing and information about other ongoing promotions, check out my previous post. You can also find the difference between commissions charged at OptionsHouse and other online brokers in my discount broker comparison post.

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3 Responses to “Options House New Account Promotion: Free One-Year Subscription to The Wall Street Journal”

  1. txtrader |  Aug 14, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    WSJ Online is a really good investment for a little over $100 per year. This more than the paper online.

    The hidden value to the subscription is the access to vast amounts of real time and historical market data. There is something for everyone. Daily dividend reported and ex-dividend reports for the dividend trader. Daily earning event reports including estimates for earnings traders. The weekly economic calendar helps plan for volatility moments each day. Detailed economic reports really show just where we stand in this crisis.

    Just click on Market Data on the home page.