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What you’ll learn
The 4 basic building blocks of options trading
How to get long a stock at a discount
The most important properties of derivitaves to consider when constructing a position
How an initial credit or debit is created and its respected properties
The leveraged long-term power of LEAPs
The Greek factor of Theta and how time decay affects different options’ premiums
The difference between intrinsic and extrinsic options’ value
What happens to an assigned option at expiration
The concept of short selling
Researching basic fundamentals to discover undervalued companies
This is not your typical “get rich quick” options trading course. I’m not creating this class from my hypothetical yacht and I’m not recording it in front of my Lambos that I rented just to impress you.
I am a conservative, buy & hold investor. For the vast majority of my investing career, I only held S&P index funds that mirrored the market. I had written off options trading as gambling and speculation. I beat inflation simply by dollar-cost-averaging.
But eventually I dipped my toes into the options world and I soon realized that there were many different trading strategies that I could use on top of my existing positions that would enhance my gains. I could allow my stock to continue to compound upon itself with no additional tax implications as I leveraged my existing positions to create gains from additional options positions.
This introductory course teaches you the basic building blocks of stock options trading, the skills that are essential to learn before enacting complicated options strategies.
We’ll spend the majority of the course not only discussing call options and put options, but the basic principals associated with being long or short a position. We will also cover a few basics like how different options properties affect the value of an option’s premium and breakeven price. We’ll touch on the Greek factor of Theta and its time decay effect. Liquidity, volume, open interest, and the bid-ask spread are covered as well. We’ll explain the difference between an initial credit and debit and their respective properties. And additional lessons will cover tax implications and compounding effects that come with selling stock, short-term versus long-term capital gains, and properties of long-term equity anticipation securities. The class also rounds things out with an understanding of short selling, inverse ETFs, quarterly earnings considerations, an overview of fundamental research, and how to leg into and out of a position.
If you’ve always been concerned with the risk associated with trading options, this class will ease you into things. The purpose here is for you to have a solid understanding of these foundational concepts before continuing on to learn complex, multi-leg trades.
legal disclaimer: information presented herein is for entertainment purposes only and is not a recommendation or an offer or soliciation to buy or sell any securities. Should you need such advice, consult a licensed financial or tax advisor. We cannot be held responsible for any direct or incidental loss incurred by applying any of the information offered. Securities identified do not represent all of the securities purchased, sold, or recommended to advisory clients. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of information in this course. The views and opinions expressed at the time of recording and any such views are subject to change at any time based upon market or other conditions and we disclaim any responsibility to update such views. These views should not be relied on as investment advice and because investment decisions are based on numerous factors, may not be relied on as an indication of trading intent.
Who this course is for:
Long-term investors who want another investing tool in their toolkit
Money-minded individuals who want to begin their options trading journey in the stock market
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