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Investors in closed-end funds (CEFs) are constantly faced with uncertainty due to a lack of transparency within the industry. CEFs do not make it easy for the investor to make the most informed investment decision in determin
Option Income Trades For Nike, Starbucks
Selling put options offers several benefits to the seller. One benefit is the ability to generate income on your portfolio. If the sold put expires without exercise, the seller keeps the entire premium. Another key benefit is
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As a small cap investor, you should always be on the lookout for stocks with low valuation and growing cash flows. These are the types of investments that can lead the market when in moves into a sustainable uptrend. This art
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Monthly Income For January 2012 With Covered Call Trades...
This article discusses 5 covered call investments for monthly income. The covered call trade is simply buying 100 or more shares of an underlying stock and simultaneously selling 1 or more call option for premium income. Thes
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When Is The Best Time To Sell Call Options?
Many income investors use the covered call strategy for monthly income. This is a simple strategy of buy 100 shares of a stock then selling a call against the stock you own. The premium received from selling the call is the i
The Best Buy-Write Closed-End Funds
One of the more popular income strategies is to use a buy-write option strategy to sell option premiums for income. This is simply owning 100 or more shares of stock, and selling a one covered call option per 100 shares of st
5 CEFs With 10% Or More Distribution Yields
One of the easiest ways to beat the stock market over the last 10 years has been bond CEFs. Many of these investments have produced an average annual return of 8% during this period. With interest rates low and not expected t
Are You Ready For The Next Great Bull Market?
Today, a government bond pays a 3% yield but inflation is running at 3.5% so this is a losing proposition. You can do better with a corporate bond at 5% but you are locked-in for 5 years. Of course, a savings account doesn&rs
Find Lower Market Volatility In A Basket Of MLPs
Investors seeking income in today's market face two major obstacles: low interest rates and high volatility. Income investors are seeking stable income with a lower level of volatility. The Dow Jones Industrial Average