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Limit Your Risk and Boost Your Profit Potential with the Ratio Credit Spread
Feb

14

2017

Limit Your Risk and Boost Your Profit Potential with the Ratio Credit Spread

Do you want a risk averse credit spread with the potential for excess profit? The ratio spread could be your ticket Watch OptionSellers.com’s Michael Gross Demonstrate How to Use a Ratio Credit Spread. Benefits of Using a Ratio Credit Spread By purchasing a near or at the money option, a trader adds a strong layer of protection to his short option position. The long option…

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Target Fat Option Yields from the “Natural” Flow of Springtime Gas Prices
Feb

10

2017

Target Fat Option Yields from the “Natural” Flow of Springtime Gas Prices

Natural Gas Prices Have Cooled Down with winter temperatures. Here is how to potentially pocket high option premiums as Springtime fundamentals kick in Our October 28th advisory suggested the counter-intuitive play of selling call options as natural gas prices headed into winter. Natural gas prices subsequent run up to $4.00 per mbtu did not diminish the significance of seasonal weakness as the new year began….

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Make the Loss Go Away
Feb

7

2017

Make the Loss Go Away

How Successfully Rolling Your Option position can make a losing trade “like it never happened” What is “Rolling Options?” How to Execute “The Roll” APRIL 2015 GOLD Selling an April Gold 1400 call for $600 premium. APRIL 2015 GOLD Gold rallies, increasing the call premium. BENEFITS OF THE ROLL You not only recapture your initial premium, you recapture your loss on the 1400 call. The…

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Target Big Premiums in February with the “Minnesota Squeeze”
Feb

7

2017

Target Big Premiums in February with the “Minnesota Squeeze”

Old School Farmer Secret can pay big dividends for modern day option sellers If you’re looking to get diversified into something uncorrelated to the equities market, you can’t get much further away than the US grain markets. I love trading grains. Unlike stocks, there are no earnings to watch or rate hikes to worry about. There is much less “public interest” swaying grain prices with…

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Famous Option Sellers Who Stepped Out of Their Comfort Zones
Feb

2

2017

Famous Option Sellers Who Stepped Out of Their Comfort Zones

Is staying locked in your comfort zone keeping you from higher returns? Earlier this week on this blog, we covered Robert Kiyosaki Rich Dad, Poor Dad disciple Andy Tanner and his book “Stock Market Cash Flow.” In it, Tanner reveals the Rich Dad sign of a “true investor” as “having the ability to maintain or even increase cash flow even when the markets or the…

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Rich Dad’s Sign of a True Investor
Jan

31

2017

Rich Dad’s Sign of a True Investor

Andy Tanner, one of Robert Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad” disciples, wrote an excellent book entitled Stock Market Cash Flow. He waits until nearly the end of the book before he reveals the secret to cash flowing, which is, of course, selling options. Tanner’s book is a straightforward, easy to understand method of withdrawing money from the markets without ever having to pick a direction. “One sign…

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The FUDOM Method of Selling Options
Jan

24

2017

The FUDOM Method of Selling Options

How to sell options with the highest odds of Expiring Worthless What is FUDOM? NEW VIDEO – The FUDOM Method – WATCH OPTIONSELLERS.COM’s Michael Gross Explain the FUDOM Method. WATCH NOW Opposite of what Most Option Books Teach Example: FUDOM vs. “Book Knowledge” Option Selling JULY 2014 COFFEE   Dr. John sells a July Coffee 2.15 call and 1.80 put – it’s how he was…

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Coffee Market Special: Playing a Seasonal Demand Dip to put Cash in your Pocket Now
Jan

19

2017

Coffee Market Special: Playing a Seasonal Demand Dip to put Cash in your Pocket Now

If price precedes consumption, this market could be readying for a slide Unlike stock analysis, commodity price forecasting is often a factor of simply getting a handle on supply and demand. But the actual vehicle you invest in (or write options on) is a commodity futures contract. They call them futures for a reason. Futures contracts reflect what producers and consumers will likely buy or…

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