Covered Call Writing Demystified: Double-Digit Returns on Stocks in a Slower Growth Market for the Conservative Investor
"COVERED CALL WRITING DEMYSTIFIED" is a timely and profitable tutorial investment program written as a novel, primarily for investors who have some knowledge of stock market investing but are new to covered call writing. It is the first work on this subject to simplify, fully explain, and instruct investors on how to use covered call option writing on common stocks. It may offer one of the best opportunities to achieve double-digit investment returns in the slow growth or no growth stock market expectedby many experts in the future. This strategy works best in such a market environment. The investment approach of writing covered call options on stocks, a more conservative investment strategy than just owning stocks alone, has been available for decades. Until now, however, it has mostly been unknown or misunderstood by many investors. Why is "COVERED CALL WRITING DEMYSTIFIED" needed? Many nationally recognized investment experts believe that the U.S. stock market in the future...
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