Watch the video to learn the four main reasons investors use options strategies in their portfolios: flexibility, leverage, hedging, and income generation.
Take a look at three common mistakes options traders make: setting unrealistic price expectations, buying too little time, and buying more options than are appropriate for a given objective.
Options are powerful tools that can be used by investors in different ways, and there is a relatively simple options strategy that can benefit buy-and-hold stock investors.
There are certain options strategies that you might be able to use to help protect your stock positions against negative moves in the market. Read this article to learn more.
Learn how to use stop orders and put options to potentially protect your stock position against a drop in the stock market.
If you’re like many investors, you might use a limit order to sell the stock at a higher price, and then wait to see if you get a fill. But there’s another way you may want to consider.
You might consider using options to collect money today for being willing to assume the obligation of buying stock if the stock moves to the lower price that you choose.
While all options trading involves a level of risk, certain strategies have gained a reputation as being riskier than others. Read on to learn more.
Perhaps most essential to options traders is the necessary understanding of “the Greeks”. In a nutshell, Greeks as they relate to options trading, are defined as different types of risks—such as time, volatility, and price changes—associated with various positions, each one represented by a certain letter in the Greek alphabet.