How we save and invest depends on our risk tolerance, to a large extent. We recently published a risk tolerance assessment document which will interest many members and subscribers.
Writing (selling) covered calls and cash-secured puts on an exchange-traded fund (ETF) which tracks the S&P 500 is suitable for investors whose risk tolerance is conservative to moderate. Doing so on an individual stock is for aggressive investors only.
Our Monday, August 24 post noted that one of our aggressive members made more than $21,000 for the week on a $500,000 portfolio, writing covered calls on an individual stock, Novavax (Symbol NVAX). However,You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? You can now sign up for a one-month free trial membership. Join Us