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Founded by veteran commodities broker Scott Altenburg, Option Investments, Inc., known as OpVest, strives to educate its clients to become wiser investors and traders on their own. Altenburg, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, originally named his company Summit Financial Services, Inc. Before starting OpVest, he had owned a mobile restaurant that partly paid for his education. Then Altenburg worked his way up to a top sales manager and broker for a variety of firms. OpVest hired Andre Julian as Chief Financial Officer in 2003. He had studied social ecology at the University of California, Irvine. in 1992. With Altenburg as CEO, principal, and associated person, OpVest became registered as an Introducing Broker in 2003 with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The same year, OpVest obtained membership in the National Futures Association. The CFTC granted OpVest Commodity Trading Advisor status in 2005. Today, Altenburg performs a variety of duties for the commodities brokerage firm from market analysis, risk management, and accounting and compliance to broker training and client services. CFO Julian maintains a high public profile on behalf of OpVest by appearing regularly on Fox News with Neil Cavuto, speaking to Fox Business’s Countdown to the Closing Bell program, and maintaining a Twitter account on which he tweets about changing commodity prices and developing world markets. The OpVest website offers existing and potential clients information on trading strategies, agricultural futures, a reading list of useful texts, and other resources. Executives Altenburg and Julian have collaborated on two books: House Odds: Option Secrets the Pros Don’t Want You to Know and An Insider’s Guide to Futures & Options, which has available for downloading as Kindle eBooks. OpVest also actively donates to national and local charities and nonprofits such as Special Olympics, The American Legion, the Irvine Police Department, Children’s Hospital of Orange County, and the Village of Hope at the Tustin Marine Base.