Friday, July 28, 2006

Stock options trading note...

Blue chips are nice, but many of them are stingy with dividends. Those investors who'd like to see cash rolling out of their portfolio, as well as an overall increase in stock value can get frustrated by the tendency of even some of the best stocks not to pay dividends. This has led many to explore options trading. They sell an option to someone else to buy their stock at a certain price. They get the money from the option sale right away. It isn't a dividend, but it is cash production from an otherwise non-dividend paying stock. Not too shabby. You can, however, get stung if you don't know what you are doing. That's why you should look into PowerOptions, an outfit that can supply you with the tools and info you need to make stock options trading work for you.

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