“The price of a commodity will never go to zero. When you invest in commodities futures, you’re not buying a piece of paper that says you own an intangible piece of company that can go bankrupt.” – Jim Rogers WATCH OPTIONSELLERS.COM’s James Cordier Explaining Why Commodities Over Stock Options? 5 Key Differences between Stock and Futures Options 1. Lower Margins (Higher ROI): 2. Big Premiums:…
On a Stormy Lake Michigan Day 47 Years Ago, My Father Taught me a Powerful Philosophy As the rest of the investment world frets about the turmoil in Washington, the fate of tax reform, and the growing threat of North Korea, I thought we’d take a little trip back in time this month for a more evergreen piece of wisdom. With the warm winds of…
Despite geopolitical instability, gold prices have remained relatively stable – a near perfect scenario for this durable option spread You may have seen the television commercials where William Devane drives home the point of spiraling national debt, framing it as an alarming reason to buy gold now. If so, you’ll more or less understand the biggest reason the majority of the US public buys gold…
Michael Gross discusses How To Pick The Right Option To Sell
“Keep the Wolves Away” from your Portfolio by using these Simple Techniques You’ve tracked this option for days through the market prairie. You’ve studied its underlying fundamentals. You’ve carefully selected your strike and stalked it until it hit your target premium. Finally, you’ve pulled the trigger. You downed it. The premium is in your bag. You’ve landed your Buffalo. Most of the time, you carve…
News Coverage and a Bump from Seasonal Demand are Again Making Call Sales in Crude a Cash Flow Opportunity “Oil Prices Rise as US Tanks Drain.” That was the headline of the lead commodity article in the May 18th edition of The Wall Street Journal. This is the tone the recent coverage crude oil is receiving from investment media as frenzied reporters gape over talk…
Michael Gross continues with part 2 of “7 Ways to Get Higher Option Premium”
James Cordier and Michael Gross discuss option selling opportunities in the corn and soybean market, as well as a new development in the Crude Oil Market on their monthly TV show.
The First 3 Ways to Collect Higher Option Premium 1. Sell Naked Spreading has it’s merits. But for pure premium collection, there is no way to get bigger premiums and realize them faster than selling naked. While the word conjures up images of being “exposed” and thus discourages many investors from exploring it, naked option selling can be done responsiblyand effectively. It’s the cornerstone of…
Despite a recent dive in prices, the fundamentals should keep bean prices struggling for some time Buy low and sell high. It’s the cornerstone philosophy of investing that has been pounded into us since we looked at our first price chart. New converts to commodities, however, learn that selling high and buying back lower can be just as easy – and just as (if not…
Video Lesson: The 2 Key Numbers you MUST Know when Selling Options in Corn, Wheat or Soybean Markets
Learn the 2 Key Fundamentals You Must Know to Prosper as an Option Seller in the Grain Markets. OptionSellers.com’s Michael Gross Explains What they are and how to find them.