Put Option Writing Demystified: Earn Double-Digit Cash Returns While Waiting to Buy Stocks at a Discount
"Put Option Writing Demystified" is the only book devoted exclusively to the subject of generating double-digit income returns from a little-known, often misunderstood and conservative investment opportunity known as "put option writing." In fact, it canbe more conservative than simply owning stocks alone. And the good news is that this strategy works best during slow growth, flat or even slightly declining markets. This book fully stands on its own merits, but it can also be viewed as a companion text to "Covered Call Writing Demystified" (see the book description on Amazon.com for more information). Hence the similarity in name. These are the reasons: * Put option writing and covered call writing have essentially the same reward and risk characteristics When used as outlined in the book, they are very conservative (unlike other uses of options) * Investors using covered call writing will find opportunities to use put option writing to achieve similar double-digit...
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