USDA Report and Seasonal Tendency Set the Table for Option Writers Now With a messy election year entering its home stretch, an expected Fed Rate hike looming in December and a historical precedent of painful setbacks, October is shaping up to be a spooky month for stock investors. Indeed, with high profile analysts such as Gluskin Sheff’s David Rosenberg calling for a “perfect storm” correction…
Selling options is the ultimate uncorrelated asset class and if you sell options this is your big advantage in using it now.
Michael Gross explains the advantages of selling strangles for your option selling portfolio. Benefits of the Strangle Double Premium but not Double Margin (Higher ROI) Offsetting Risk Effect makes more stable, durable position Ability to profit over a wide range of price movements Can produce in both trending or non-trending markets Capitalizes on Market Volatility Watch the video to learn more, also read our…
OptionSellers.com James Cordier’s Market Update for September 15, 2016
Here we go again. As investors hold their breath, media pundits examine every possible scenario in next week’s Fed meeting at Jackson Hole. “They will.” “They won’t.” “Here is what we think.” “This is the stock to own when they do.” “This is the stock to own when they don’t.” Here we go again. Waiting on the Fed. If you even stay remotely tuned into…
Michael Gross discusses How To Pick The Right Option To Sell
The “Back to School” Month offers Opportunities for Investors New to the Asset Class Is it me or are summers going faster? It’s September already and as the kids and/or grandkids head back to school or college, it can be a good time to consider your asset mix as the final 1/3 of the year begins. Rodney Dangerfield and Will Ferrell both went back to…
Opportunities for Harvesting Cash Still Plentiful for Call Sellers The Food Network runs a show called “Chopped” where chef’s compete in producing various meals for judges. In a recent interview with one of these contestants, he explained how he creates a dish by starting with a few core ingredients and “building” it from there. This struck me as curiously similar to how a successful option…