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Great Income Trade Opportunity in HEES

As income investors, we seek to create consistent monthly income by selling options to collect monthly premiums. This has been successful for our investors for years. Option selling offers another method to diversify investing strategies beyond traditional dividend investing. We have combined technical stock events with our strategy to identify high returns option selling opportunities. This income trade will generate a return above 8% using the forward month options.

Stock: H&E Equipment Services, Inc. (HEES) operates as an integrated equipment services company. The company rents, sells, and provides parts and service support for hi-lift or aerial work platform equipment, cranes, earthmoving equipment, and industrial lift trucks. It offers heavy construction and industrial equipment for rent on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis

A “Double Bottom” chart pattern has been detected on H&E Equipment Services Inc (HEES). This bullish signal indicates that the price may rise from the close of 21.90 to the range of 25. The pattern formed over 46 days which is roughly the period of time in which the target price range may be achieved. H&E Equipment Services Inc has a current support price of 19.89.

Strategy: We want to sell a covered call on HEES using the August 2017 22.5 Call. For each 100 shares of HEES stock you buy, sell one August 22.5 covered call option for a $20.70 ($21.90 – $1.20) debit or better. That’s potentially a 8.7% assigned return with a 5.8% downside protection. If you want more downside protection, you can purchase an August 17.5 PUT for less than $0.25 per option.

For PUT writers wanting to lower their cost of entering this position. You can sell a August 22.5 PUT option for $2.00. That’s a potential return of return of 8.9%.

Investors should consider taking profits early as the stock price moves higher toward the $25 target price and exit if there is a pull back below support levels..

This is a higher risk trade than we normally place in the Monthly Income Report. However, this is a nice setup with a positive merger announcement, positive technical confirmation and increased premium from selling options for income.

H&E Equipment Services to Acquire Neff Corporation to Create Leading Equipment Rental Company

The acquisition will nearly double the number of H&E branches, from 78 to 147, within H&E’s existing footprint in the strategically important Gulf Coast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and West Coast regions. Both H&E’s and Neff’s customers will benefit from best-in-class practices and a wide range of equipment in more locations.

H&E estimates the acquisition will create $25 to $30 million of synergies annually related to corporate overhead, systems and operational efficiencies, as well as scale benefits for equipment purchases.

The acquisition of Neff

is expected to generate in excess of $800 million of gross tax assets for H&E arising from a step-up in the basis of certain of Neff’s assets.

Private investment funds managed by Wayzata Investment Partners LLC holding approximately 62.7% of the outstanding common shares of Neff have executed a written consent to approve the transaction, thereby providing the required stockholder approval for the transaction.

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Covered Calls for Life

There are many different styles of covered call writing.  Some people never do more than write calls on stocks in their portfolio to generate additional income.  Other people buy stocks only for the purpose to write calls then sell them. Covered call strategies include active trading for directional moves, for traders with long-term time horizon and those seeking low-risk or limited risk trades.

For the conservative investor, you can write calls that are deep-in-the-money which limits the amount of risk in the trade.  This is a good strategy for those who are fearful of losing money.  For the lazy investor, they should look to a longer call time horizon that is many months out or even sell a leap call.  For the monthly income investor, they should sell calls at-the-money which expire during the next month.  This serves the purpose of creating a monthly income that is updated at the monthly expiration date.

The conclusion is that you can utilize the covered write strategy that best suites your income needs and personal investing style.  Or you can use more than one strategy to mitigate your risk level in income investing.  I sell calls when the market is reaching over priced levels for downside protection.

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Why Don’t More People Write Covered Calls

It is hard to understand why more income investors don’t use the covered call strategy more often.  Once you sell the call you have an automatic income amount set for you.  Perhaps the biggest reason more people don’t write calls is they are not aware of the strategy.  Unless you stagger upon the strategy or research it online, it is difficult to understand.

Most financial institutions do not mention covered calls as a strategy to their clients as they may risk losing business if clients pursue this strategy on their own.  These advisers are being paid commission on the amount of funds they manage so they have a conflict of interest with their clients.  Simply, they make money on the products you buy from them.

There is a certain amount of fear involving the trading of options.  Some resources lump together all option strategies as being too risky for an individual investor to use in their own portfolios.  Yet, these same “experts” will suggest you buy a small cap growth stock trading at a 100 price to earning ratio.

By producing cash flow from an asset DOES NOT increase the risk of owning the asset.  think about this: all investors should seek a return on their money which is cash flow.  Of course, if you are in the nail business you always recommend hammers!  You must realize that your interests are different from the financial institutions.  And you are the only one to focus 100 percent on your needs.  However, financial advisers make money when you do and when you don’t!  Your biggest decision is to rely on their advice or handle your own investing.

This blog believes in the individual investor and his ability to generate monthly income from writing covered calls, selling puts for premium and owning monthly dividend paying stocks.

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Passive Income Investing

Passive income is defined as “income generated with minimal work through your investments such as interest, dividends, or option premiums but also includes any income system that generates income for you!”
In order to increase your quality of life, the only realistic strategy is to increase your income, and reduce the amount of hours you work to earn income.  How do you do this you might ask? By using time tested wealth creation strategies and investment techniques to create, increase and maintain your passive income.

Passive Income Investing

The easiest way to make passive income is to earn interest or dividends on bank accounts, stocks and electronic-traded funds (ETFs).  This is one of the safest strategies when you own the right securities.  Many ETFs pay monthly dividends that can be combined to create a significant number of passive income sources or checks each month.  More on this later.

One of the best ways to leverage your investment capital is to use stock options. There are literally thousands of ways to use options, both as a trading tool and as a way to protect or hedge your investments.  But options can also be used to create passive income through becoming an option ‘writer’ instead of a ‘taker’.  Here, you get paid a premium when you sell the rights to an option.  This premium is your passive income source.

The optimal strategy is to combine investments that make you rich with investments that keep you rich.  I refer to the former as your “get rich” account and the later as your “stay rich” account.  Basically, you make passive income from your get rich investing and store it in your stay rich investments.  It really is that simple.
Get Rich Passive Incomes
The following is a list of passive income generators you will recieve in each Passive Income Investment Report.  These investments are what you will use to get rich by investing in these instruments each month.  You will recieve a number of trades for each category but you decide which types of passive incomes you are comfortable investing in your account.
  1. Covered calls on stocks you purchase.  We have a proven system of identifying conservative covered call investments that can generate 3-5% return each month.  You can select from our list or invest in all recommendations.  Our system focuses on selecting stocks with the right volitility so you don’t get burned by high-risk investments.
  2. Cash-secured PUT trades to enter a position.  When you find a stock you want to purchase, then sell put options on the stock to lower the purchase price and to collect option premium for cash.  Do this monthly for income until the stock is put to you,  Then, sell covered call options on the stock.
  3. Dividend investing for cash.  This is a simple investment in world-class dividend stocks and CEFs that pay monthly distribution.  This also provides a way to diversify your types of income by using various CEFs investments such as alternatives such as REITs, bonds and many other funds.

Kick Off Your Wealthy New Year

Today, we say goodbye to 2016 and open the door to a fresh start in 2017. This is the time of year we embark on hairy ass new goals in hope of transforming our lives. Hey, I am one of you too. I have goals to improve my health, lose some weight and more achieve community related goals. Of course, the one constant is to maintain focus on growing my investing income. My foundation for income is the PCD Income Strategy.

I use put selling to create my favorite income strategy – the Put-Call-Dividend (PCD) Income Strategy. This is simple selling puts each month on a select stock to collect monthly income. If the stock gets put to me, then I sell covered call options for more income while also collecting dividends paid by the stock. I sell call options for premium each month until the stock is called away from me. Then, I will start selling puts against the stock again. This strategy is exactly why I only sell puts on stocks I want to own – world class, strong dividend stocks.

I view the PCD Strategy as an opportunity to collect up to three separate income streams from a single stock selection. I prefer this strategy compared to the buy and hold of owning a stock that only pays dividends every quarter and may have a capital gain in the future. This prevents me from having to time the market and wait for a return. I want to create monthly income so the PCD Strategy presents the best opportunity to achieve this objective regardless of market direction.

Remember this: Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. This is your year to get started growing your income tree. Join our monthly income plan to jumpstart your 2017 goals.

How to be a Multimillionaire

Grace Groner started her career as a secretary at Abbott Laboratories more than 80 years ago. Four years into her job, she purchased three shares of our company stock for just under $200. She held on to those three shares until she died, in 2010.

Those three shares alone made her a multimillionaire. She could thank the company dividend — and the miracle of compounding — for her $7 million fortune.

Grace wasn’t abnormally lucky. Any investor who bought $1,000 worth of high-dividend-paying stock 75 years ago would have about $3 million today.

Are you ready to start your million dollar journey?

You can learn how to compound your money even faster than Grace. To do this, you need consistent returns to increase your dollars being compounded. Secondly, you need monthly income to accelerate the compounding effect. Lastly, you need an investment plan to achieve your goals.

Our monthly income subscribers are well on their way to financial independence. Here is the monthly returns from selling outs:

July:                 3.1%

August:            1.5%

October:          1.6%

November:      2.7%

These returns result in a 4 month return of 9.2% when compounded and near 30% when compounded annually!

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Winning in the Year of the Improbable

The word “improbable” is defined as not likely to be true or to happen. Have you noticed how many events have happened in 2016 that were improbable? The Cleveland Cavaliers were trailing 3 – 1 in the NBA Finals but rallied to win the first world championship for the city of Cleveland. Last night, the lovable losers, Chicago Cubs, completed a 3-1 rally to win the World Series. It ended a 108 year drought in Chicago for the Cubs. Now, this is an improbable event. There have been others such as the surprise Brexit vote that tanked markets a few months ago. What’s next? Does Trump win the presidency?

The stock markets have pulled back in the last week due to uncertainty around the election coupled with projected FED interest rate increases. Today, a talking head on CNBC was calling for investors to sell everything as the market is ready to crash! I have seen these types before and they don’t scare me. I plan to stick to doing what my investors do best – sell options for income.

Yes, markets will pullback when they lack clear direction. But I have some downside protection by selling options and continue to reap income along the way. If I just sit in a long stock position, its value will fluctuate with the market. I prefer to create income each month regardless of the market direction. I sell call options on the stock I own for both income and protection. When the market rebounds, I will sell put options for additional income too.

With this strategy, there is no improbable event. You get paid when you sell the options and can continue to compound your income.

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The Case for Income Investing

Today’s stagnant economy isn’t what it used to be. Societies, both individuals and governments, are saddled with enormous amounts of debt and yields have disappeared making it impossible to generate income from traditional fixed income investments.

Many top experts, including Jeff Gundlach who is considered the “Bond God,” believe this is the “new normal” and that rates could go even lower still. Which doesn’t offer a lot of hope to retirees who need income now, or future retirees who need to grow their portfolio at a much faster clip if they hope to retire at all.

Investors often overlook the value of selling options for income. This is in part because investors misunderstand the risk of these investments and how to manage this type of investment.  But many individual can benefit from these investments. If the income from selling puts and calls is reinvested every month, the investor can compound savings and buy more investments such as stocks, CEFs, etc.

This can be a growth strategy for investors no longer contributing to their portfolios or retirement accounts.  This type of portfolio of investments is likely to produce a higher yield than a growth stock portfolio. And, investors will benefit from the income even if the portfolio doesn’t have any capital appreciation or the market moves sideways. 

Investors can create a diversified portfolio for option selling by writing cash-secured puts, selling covered calls and owning dividend paying stocks and CEFs with monthly distributions.  If income is a goal, these option selling strategies and income investments could be worth a closer look.

I combine the strategies for market diversification of income opportunities.  Also, I combine then to create new investment vehicles.  The one strategy I prefer has 3 income opportunities: (1) selling put options to enter a stock, (2) collect dividends if put to me, and (3) sell covered calls until the stock is called away.

Where else, on even a modest portfolio, can you generate an extra $1,000 to $5,000 per month or more? Owning a basket of strong dividend paying blue chip stocks might earn you 3% to 5% per year. But to generate $5,000 per month in income you’d need a nest egg of $1.2 to $2 million dollars.

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How to Sell Put Options for Income

Let’s walk through an example of how to sell a put. After careful selection of the right stock, you decide you would like to create a monthly income stream by selling puts each month on this stock. Let’s say the stock is currently trading at $70 in the market. After reviewing the option chain, you decide to sell the 67.5 put option on this stock that expires in one month. The 67.5 strike price is out of the money and will obligate you to buy the stock at $67.50 only if the put buyer decides to exercise the option on or before the expiration date. The put buyer will only exercise the option if they make money or if the stock price is below $67.50.

As the put seller (writer), you get to collect the cash premium for the option. In this case, let’s assume it is $200 per option contract or 100 shares of stock. The investor now has a risk of $67.50 – $200 = $65.50 per option contract sold. If this amount of $6550 per contract is in the investors brokerage account, this is a cash-secured put. The potential return is $200 which the put seller will keep regardless of the trade outcome.

The investors return is calculated as $200/$6550 or 3.05%. This is a nice return on a one month put option. On an annual basis, this is a return of 36.6%! This is why I sell put options for monthly income.

Here are the details of the trade:

1 Option = 100 Shares of Stock: In this example, we sold 1 put option. In other words, we sold someone the right, but not the obligation, to sell 100 shares of stock to us for $67.50 on or before the option’s one-month expiration date (usually the 3rd Friday of the month).

$ 2 = Our Options Premium: In exchange for giving someone (the put buyer) the right to sell us 100 shares of stock at $67.50, we get paid in cold-hard cash! In options lingo, we get paid in the form of a premium. In this example, our premium is $ 2 per share. Because each options contract equals 100 shares of stock, here our premium is $ 200. This $ 200 is deposited in our account at the time of the transactions. It is ours to keep no matter what transpires before expiration (the end of the contract).

There are 2 potential trade outcomes:

  1. The stock prices stays above the 67.5 option strike price so the put option expires worthless. Put yourself in the position of the options holder (the person that buys the put option from us). The put holder purchased the right, but not the obligation, to sell 100 shares of stock at $67.50 per share. Assume this put option expires in one month. If, at the end of that one-month expiration time period, the stock is trading at a price above $67.50, why would the put holder exercise his right to sell the stock at $67.50 when he can sell at a price above $67.50? They would not exercise the put option! The investor keeps the $200 premium and has a 3.05% return in one month.
  2. The stock declines in price and is below the 67.5 option strike price. The option will be exercised and the shares of stock will be sold to us at the strike price ($ 72.50 per share). Again, put yourself in the position of the put holder for a moment. If, at the time the put option is set to expire, the stock is trading at $65, and the put holder has the right to sell shares of stock at $67.50, why wouldn’t the put holder exercise his right to sell the stock at $67.50 per share? They would. So in this scenario, the cash we previously deposited into our brokerage account ($6750) is used to purchase the underlying shares that were “put” or sold to us. Our break-even point, also referred to as our “cost basis,” is now $65.50 ($67.50 per share we paid for the stock less the $ 2 per share put premium we received from the original sale of the put option). At this point, we own 100 shares of stock and can sell them or write a covered call trade.

This is a simple example of how to sell (write) a put option for monthly income. Once we do this each month we create a stream of cash flow to help us achieve financial independence.

Last month, we were successful on all put trades and averaged 3.5% return for the month.  Imagine making $3000 or more in income each month!   Start making more income each month by subscribing to the Monthly Income Plan.

How to Create a Better Lifestyle

Warren Buffet has always discussed the concept of Mr. Market. This is an idea around each trading day Mr. Market offers you the price to purchase a stock in the stock market. As an investor, you must decide if you want to but the stock at this market price. Is the stock overpriced, undervalued or will the market crash in the coming days? As investors, we can’t predict the future direction of stock markets. And if anyone tells you they can, then run away from them. To get around predicting the stock market, I sell puts on stocks to generate monthly income and I usually win regardless of what the market does in the coming weeks.

When we sell a put option, we are selling someone the right, but not the obligation, to sell shares of the underlying stock to us at a price that we select called the strike price on or before a date that we select called the expiration date. In return for undertaking this obligation, we are paid a certain amount of cash called the premium that the market determines.

Should the put buyer decide to exercise that option by selling his shares to us on or before its expiration date, we are obligated to buy those shares at the strike price. To cash-secure this transaction potential, we deposited the appropriate amount of cash into our brokerage accounts to purchase those shares at the strike price minus the cash premium received.

How often does a put get exercised? This is variable but most research indicates about 80% of options expire worthless or do not get exercised. When a put option expires worthless, the investor keeps the cash premium as their return. Put writers or sellers continue to sell put each month to create and capture the cash premiums. This is the monthly income to supplement your lifestyle.

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