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.
You don’t need to worry about the next improbable event – join the Millionaire’s Club today.