“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:…
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”
Seasonal Supply Build Sets up High Probability Plays for Call Sellers In our February Trade Advisory, we outlined a case for higher natural gas prices into the spring. This primarily based on the seasonal tendency for natural gas prices to rise as supplies worked towards a low at the end of winter. Indeed, supplies did continue to decline through the spring – following typical seasonal…
I am often asked if the objective of selling an option is to have it expire worthless. The answer is yes and no. Obviously, your short option expiring worthless is a successful conclusion to your trade. You’ve taken your full profit, the premium collected is yours. However, letting your option sit through expiration may not always be the most efficient course of action. After trading…
While jubilant for the present, the soaring stock market has many investors of means keeping a wary eye towards the future. Such times can often bring “traditional” investors to finally venturing outside the box of “buy and hold” in search of alternative investments. Dipping your toe into the option selling stream, particularly commodities option selling, can be a good way to start enjoying the benefits…
In this edition of the OptionSellers.com video seminar, Michael Gross teaches how the SPAN margin system in commodities can help you create big ROIs with the Options you Sell.
Michael Gross of OptionSellers.com explains using Seasonal tendencies to gain advantage as a Commodities option seller
The biggest fear of many new Option Sellers is having one big loss come along that saps months of hard earned profits. In this Special Feature Video, Michael Gross reveals the 4 common sense steps EVERY Option Seller should take to help insulate their portfolio from unexpected loss and pave the way for more consistent monthly returns.
Michael Gross describes selling put options or selling call options as part of a vertical credit spread. Also learn how selling this kind of option credit spread in commodities such as corn or crude oil can be a high percentage option trading strategy that can also serve as a diversified income strategy.
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…