"An Approach to Successful Stock Trading Combining Company Fundamentals with Chart Technicals"
>20% Annual Income Strategy- Just $18.48 (Hard Copy) or $15 Download 
 - 1st Edition Published 4/27/09
 

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  • Exactly What Call and Put Options Are

  • Step-by-Step Outline to Writing Naked Puts for Income

  • Most Options Expire Worthless so It Pays to be an Option Seller

  • The Front Month Offers the Best Combination of Value and Time Decay for an In-the-Money Put

  • Historical Volatility is Easily Calculated to Provide an Estimate of the Probability that the Put Option will Fall Below Its Strike Price

  • Excel Program to Calculate a Stock's Historical Volatility and Expected Price Movement Over the Next 1, 5, 21 Days or Any Other User-Defined Time Periods

  • An Added Wrinkle to the Strategy Requiring Less Cash:  The In-The-Money Bullish Put Credit Spread

  • An Added Wrinkle to the Strategy That Reduces Downside Risk Even Further (Especially Useful for Bear Market Buys): The Multi-Month Position Build

  • Statistics on my Personal Naked Put Plays Executed Within the April '09 Expiration Cycle ($23,974 Earned on 133 Trades with 90%+ Winners)


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Writing Naked Puts

An Income Strategy Realizing >20% Returns

 (4/27/09)

 

by

 Richard W. Miller, Ph.D.

 

            As I write this on March 9, 2009, the market is locked in a bearish spiral, and the economy is tanking, both with no end in site. There are few places to put cash that offer a living return: an especially difficult position for those of us in or nearing retirement. This report presents a conservative approach (1) to earning a 15 to 30 percent return on your money, (2) to buying quality stocks at big discounts in price and/or (3) to protecting the downside by 5 to 10 percent. The strategy is built around selling options, in particular In-the-Money Naked Puts to generate income.

          Once bought, a stock can: go up a lot, go up a little, remain unchanged, go down a little or go down a lot. This strategy makes money in four of those scenarios. And it doesn't lose as much as the stock owner when the stock's value drops a lot. This report presents a step by step description, as well as presents results from April '09 trading cycle: 133 trades, 90% winners.

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Disclaimer:   It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these pages will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. Examples presented on these pages are for educational purposes only. These setups are not solicitations of any order to buy or sell. The author assumes no responsibility for your trading results. There is a high degree of risk in trading. I am not recommending that you purchase or short stocks or options using the techniques and methods presented in this report. Trading should be based on your personal understanding of market conditions, price patterns, and risk. I present here information to contribute to your understanding a technique that has worked well for me.