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Avoid Put Selling Disaster With The SQUEEZE

Visa stock as readers know has been in my portfolio for years. The stock has now tripled in value from its original IPO price back in 2007. I have traded VISA Stock through Put Selling since 2009. I have done covered calls on the original stock I bought in 2007 and against additional shares I purchased in the bear market crash of 2008 to 2009. Recently I sold the Dec 22 $150 covered calls and I will let my stock be exercised at that call strike if Visa Stock closed at or above / Read More

YUM Stock Bollinger Bands Strategy Trade Alert - Dec 13 2012

YUM stock as readers know, has been in my portfolio since 2009. From 2009 to the end of 2011 I earned $14,224.00. This year though the returns for YUM Stock have been outstanding. The total income this year is $24,995 and I still have one month left. Recently I entered into a Bollinger Bands Strategy Trade on YUM Stock. This article discusses the technical tools being used and what they showed me yesterday to warn me to get out of the stock. There are many early warning tools to assist investors in spotting / Read More

Market Direction Roller Coaster Profits

Market Direction appears to baffle many analysts. They seem intent on trying to figure out in a rational manner, “why” the market direction is back up when economically the globe appears poised to fall off a financial cliff. I am not sure why any analyst would believe that stock markets behave rationally. That’s like telling investors to leave emotion completely out of trading. Instead consider that market direction is a roller coaster ride that roars up, plummets down and has lots of blood curdling twirls and hairpin turns. In a nutshell, market direction / Read More

AGQ ProShares Covered Calls Questions

A lot of investors look at covered calls as a very simple strategy. Buy shares and sell covered calls out of the money and if the stock reaches that price by the time of options expiry then be exercised, make some profit and look around for another opportunity to repeat the covered calls strategy perhaps even on the same stock. If the covered calls expire by the time of options expiry then sell another round of covered calls and wait again. Sounds good and certainly no problem with that covered calls strategy. What’s / Read More

AGQ ProShares Ultra Silver Investing Strategies Part 3

As many readers are aware I have been busy working on Part 3 of the AGQ ProShares Ultra Silver article to conclude it. It took a lot longer than I had thought to write the final part. After 2 weeks, I have concluded the article which is 52 pages long and details out 4 different strategies that I have used and continue to use on various ETFs and on some stocks. While these strategies are designed for high volatility Ultra ETFs like AGQ, they work well for particularly stocks. For example last week / Read More

Financial Investment - Early Warning Tools To Spot A Collapsing Stock Part 2

In Part 1 of this Financial Investment article I discussed the two principal market timing tools I use to spot a collapsing stock. Those financial investment tools are MACD and Bollinger Bands. This, the second part looks at a variety of stocks to show how I use these financial investment tools to warn me in advance that a stock is having trouble. Financial Investment Example 1: American International Group (AIG Stock) As a financial investment, some stocks have been total disasters. AIG Stock is one such example. Would these financial investment tools have / Read More

Financial Investment - Early Warning Tools To Spot A Collapsing Stock Part 1

As a financial investment, put selling is a great strategy. Put selling gives me so many financial investment advantages that I created a page referencing some of my best reasons why I love selling naked puts. Select this financial investment link to read my reasons. This financial investment article is designed to show the market timing technical tools I use to try to avoid holding or selling puts on a stock that is on the verge of collapsing so hard that it leaves me with huge losses. Selling options is a financial investment / Read More

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