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  • How to Trade Options: Covered Calls  By : Eric Conklin
    A lot of people think options trading is riskier and inherently more reckless than trading standard financial instruments like stock and exchange traded funds, but that simply isn’t true. In fact, there is one simple and low risk option trading strategy that has consistently outperformed the market almost every year, and continues to give option traders healthy profits with low risks. It’s one of my favorite strategies. It's called the Covered Call.
    Stock options are a misunderstood investment tool but once understood by both traders and investors it can be a very versatile investment tool. However, as a consequence of their versatility, options are often viewed as to complex for the beginning option trader to utilize effectively. In order to avoid common mistakes of the beginning traders or investors it's important to understand a few basic concepts like types of options offered, leverage, risk control, time, and strike prices.
  • Employee Stock Options: What You Need To Know  By :
    Stock options are the most well-known form of long-term compensation motivations for executives in leading companies. Because of this, stock options are currently being provided to a lot of employees in many companies. Here are some things you need to know about stock options.

    1) Stock options are appropriate for: small companies where growth is anticipated, and publicly-owned companies that want to provide company ownership to its employees.

    2) Stock options are still...
  • Options Trading Basics  By : Roger Thompson
    New to Options? Want to trade option? This is the first step for you.

    You many know many wealthy individuals make lots of money using options and you can try too.

    Stock and Bond trading strategies run the gamut from the simple 'buy and hold forever' to the most advanced use of technical analysis. Options trading has a similar spectrum.

    Options are a contract conferring the right to buy (a call option) or sell (a put option) some underlying instrument, such as a stock...
  • A Quick Overview Of Option Trading  By : Stu Pearson
    The option trading and its commodity features are not open for everyone. This is because it is a very risky, intricate and unstable business. Only a few people get into this kind of trading because they are not quite sure if they will succeed, and if investing will be worth it in the end.

    There are some things you need to understand before you invest in option trading and other money features. First you need to consider your goals, financial experiences, financial resource...
  • Systems On Option Trading Explained  By : Stu Pearson
    Stock option trading has always given the traders additional work of not just predicting correctly the security’s price. They also must choose the best option for trading strategies. But most stock traders incorrectly figure they can easily make the change from stocks to options.

    In order to make systems on option trading an on-going basis, the trader needs to fully understand the major differences between the stock and the option trading.

    With the options buying, time ...
  • Managing Option Directional Trades  By : John Forman
    Options provide great position management and risk control potential when using them to trade the market directionally. This goes beyond the simple fact that a long position in a call or put option has an absolute maximum risk equal to the cost of the option (plus commissions, of course). That, in and of itself, is a very useful thing. What this article discusses, however, are a couple of handy little things one can do while holding an option position to maximize the return a...
  • How Investment Options Works The For Buyer  By : Ian Dennis
    A call investment option is a financial contract involving two parties, the buyer and the seller of this type of investment option. Often it is simply labeled a "call". The buyer of the option has the right but not the obligation to buy an settled quantity of a particular commodity or financial instrument from the seller of the option at a certain time for a certain price. The seller is obligated to sell the commodity or financial instrument if the buyer should decide to buy....
  • Stock Option Trading To Increase Returns  By : Neal Williams
    There has been a steady rise in the use of stock options by investors to maximize their leverage and returns over the past twelve months. Chicago Board Options Exchange confirms this observation when they recently reported that the month of March was their busiest on record with volume up 55% over the same month last year. In fact all previous stock option trading records were broken when over 5.6 million stock option contracts were traded in a single day.

    Stock option tra...
  • Credit Option Spreads  By : Daniel Beatty
    What is a credit spread?

    Investopedia says… "An options strategy where a high premium option is sold and a low premium option is bought on the same underlying security."

    OK I know that is very vague, so lets see if I can do better.

    It is a trading strategy in which you buy an out of the money option at a certain strike price and then you sell an out of the money option at a different strike price of the same month. As time goes on the options will decay in value and ...

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