A call option gives the buyer the right but not the obligation to buy a specific security at a specific price by a specific date. It’s a way of “locking in” the purchase price of the stock for a period of time. A put option gives the buyer the right but not the obligation to…click to read more.

What is an Option? An option is a traded security that is a derivative product. By derivative product we mean that it is a product whose value is based upon or derived from the price of something else. Since we are talking about stocks, a stock option is based upon, among other things, the price…click to read more.

In today’s market environment, the best remedy for this situation is for you to get more involved in your own investing decisions. The problem is that most individual investors do not have the knowledge, resources, or time to spend doing their own research, stock selection, execution, and position management. The development and expansion of the…click to read more.

How many of you out there think that the market is performing well? How many think the market is performing poorly? And how many feel the markets performance is neutral? Actually none of these answers is correct. You see, the market does not perform, you do. You perform! Sometimes you perform well, and other times…click to read more.

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