May the Fourth is a special day for Star Wars fans to unite worldwide and celebrate the franchise’s movies, series, video games, comics, and all other aspects of the iconic science fiction universe created in 1977 by filmmaker George Lucas.

*cues the Star Wars anthem*

One may not believe that Investing and Star Wars go hand and hand; however, it is quite the contrary. Here at RCM Alts, we never miss the opportunity to put our own Star Wars twist to celebrate this one-of-a-kind holiday, like our Star Wars Fan Guide to Investing and our Jedi of Volatility Trading Infographic.

This year, we’re bringing a whole new meaning to “May the Fourth Be With You” by doing a unique giveaway of our Jedi of Volatility Trading infographic. That’s right, you could win a 27x 21 poster of the Vol Jedis, and there isn’t going to be “Obi Wan” aka only one lucky winner, but we will be giving away TEN! Rules on entering are below, but first, let us reintroduce you to the Knights of Volatility Trading. These Jedi resist the call of the short volatility dark side and go out into the galaxy with nothing more than their faith in the light side of the Force:

Here’s how you can enter to win a poster on May 4:

Head over to RCM Alternative’s Twitter (@RCMAlts) and retweet our giveaway posts; if you don’t have Twitter, head to our LinkedIn and Facebook pages and share our giveaway post to your profile —it’s that simple! Winners will be randomly selected and announced within 24-hours.

And, if you’re interested in learning more about Vix and Vol investing and having access to 30+ resource links, download our Investing in Volatility and the Vix  Whitepaper here.


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