Former Sydney futures exchange trader opens up on how to kick-start a regular side income stream trading options
Buying high quality blue-chip dividend stocks is a great way to build extra streams of investment income.
But what most investors don’t know is that there’s a little known way to open yourself up to even more income…from the same stocks.
We’re talking about the income producing power of exchange traded options.
Unlike high-yield stocks, with options you don’t have to wait months for a dividend cheque to roll in…
In fact, when used in the right way, this powerful cash-generating tool can let you pluck extra income from the ASX practically anytime you want.
Big banks, the ultra-wealthy and savvy investors have used this powerful stock market tool to pad their stock accounts for decades.
Now it’s your turn…
In a brand new Money Morning report titled ‘Your Complete Guide to Trading Options on the ASX’, Matt Hibbard demystifies this powerful cash-generating tool and reveals — in detail — ways you can trade options for profit on the ASX.
Download Matt’s no-holds-barred options guide now and you’ll discover:
- The (jargon-free) truth about trading options for profit: Have you wanted to learn how to trade options but were put-off by all the complex ‘trader talk’ surrounding them? You’re not alone. It seems like most of the books and courses written on options require you to have a finance degree just to understand the contents page! Matt’s report is different. He shows you how to start trading options profitably without all the confusing and complicated jargon.
- How to use options to profit when stocks crash: When you buy stocks, there’s only one way you can profit — when stock prices rise. On the other hand when you trade a particular type of option contract (that Matt reveals in the report) you could profit even if the stock price falls. That’s one of the big advantages of trading options. No matter what direction stock prices take you could still make money!
- How to buy and sell exchange traded options (a case study): You’ve learnt a couple of options strategies and now you’re ready to try your hand at trading options. Question is, how do you actually buy and sell options on the open market? Matt shows you how with a ‘walk through’ case study of how to trade both ‘call’ and ‘put’ options.
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