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Close These Positions for Monthly Income – 6.4% in a Month!

Our investing plan starts by capturing option income on a monthly basis. You will learn this is easier than renting houses, creating a startup or delivering pizza for a side hustle on the weekends. You can make $1000’s of dollars each month to sustain the level of income you desire. We sell options on stocks that gives us premium income as soon as we enter the trade. Then, we will repeat this option trade over and over several times each month to increase our income. Let me start by telling you – you’re going to like how this money looks and feels in your account.

That’s like getting several Social Security checks in a single month or getting a paycheck every week without having to work a job for a single minute. Best of all, you can sign up to get these checks today regardless of your age, income or which state you live in.

All you’ll have to do is decide how many of these freedom checks you want, stake your claim in this massive payout … sit back … and watch the cash pile up. I’ve already shown a few people just like you how to grab checks like this.

Many have already made out like bandits. Here is the proof:

We have two more winning PUT trades to close out this week for big gains! To make this level of income in a few weeks is a great opportunity. We will release new trades in the coming week.

SSYS is now trading at $24.25 so close the position to lock in your 6.4% gain!

TRADE: Look at the January 2018 22.5 PUT trade. For each 100 shares of SSYS stock you want to control, sell one Jan 2017 22.5 PUT option for a $1.35 debit per option or better. That’s a 6.4% return on the PUT trade.

MTOR is now trading at $24.48 so close the position to lock in your 3.9% gain in 22 days!

TRADE: Look to sell a January 2018 24 PUT for about $0.90. This creates a return of 3.9% to expiration (29 days) or greater than 49% annualized.

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How To Manage A Covered Call Portfolio

The option income portfolio approach to selling covered call options seek to do the following:

  • To create options portfolios with the objective of earning consistent returns on investment throughout the stock market cycle;
  • To maximize options premium income, dividend income, capital gains potential and downside protection;
  • To increase long-term capital appreciation and income from stock ownership;
  • To minimize risk and provide diversification.

The option income portfolio is a continuous investment strategy.  Stock should be owned and options sold.  Dividend and option premiums can be earned and capital gains increased.  This is a key step in successful investing.

The more active you are, the greater you potential returns will be.  For example, when a sold call’s market value drops to 10-20% of the call premium received when initially sold – the investor should buy to close the call and then write a new call for more time value and/or at a different strike price.  This makes the covered call strategy more continuous and more profitable.

The experienced covered call investor will not panic when the stock price exceeds their call strike price.  They will buy to close the sold call for a loss and sell a new call at a higher strike price.  The loss will be covered by the additional call premium and the potential capital gain of the increased stock price.  The loss from the initial call buyback is a taxable loss for your income tax statement.  The loss is calculated by subtracting the cost of the buyback from the initial call premium received.  The investor should always keep a running log of these buyback transactions that result in a trading loss for income tax purposes.
Like any losses over the allowable $3,000 in annual investing losses, they can be carried forward.

As an individual investor, you may not have time to manage a covered call portfolio like described above.  This is OK as you can still create a covered call portfolio for monthly income.  As you gain more investing experience, you can move in the direction of being more active in managing your covered call investing.

 

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