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Secrets to Explosive Stock Market Profits: Section 3

This third section shows how you can use options to practice low risk / no risk trading.  Eliminate fear by using protective puts to secure profits, and eliminate greed by using covered calls to generate profits safely.

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  1. I just read this section, explanations of the trades are really clear.
    I think LEAPS should be explained in the terms table of the previous section , not while explaining collars


  2. I am relatively new to options after taking a course in college. Thank you for creating this book! It has helped me understand quite a bit.

    I have a question though. You state in this section that for every long put you purchase or every short call written, it is important that 100 shares of stock are owned.

    Yet, during your example of the collar trade, you mention that you purchase only $100 shares of ABC stock at $45 and purchase a long put and sell a call. Can you do this with only 100 shares of ownership if you are not using a margin account? I thought you would have to purchase 200 shares in order to do those two options? Or is this only when you use a margin account?

    Thanks in advance!


  3. Sachin – Thank you so much for your question! Apologies for the delayed reponse! Each options contract can be thought of as being equivalent to 100 shares of stock. So by purchasing 100 shares of stock we can sell 1 call contract against that 100 shares without incurring any margin issues. We can also buy 1 long put contract and since long options give us rights it wouldn’t matter how many contracts we bought against our stock we would not run into margin issues (unless of course we had exhausted our own cash levels) – The only time you could run into issues is if you were selling more call contracts than you had stock ownership (i.e. 2 contracts for every 100 shares) – in that case the additional short call would be considered naked.


  4. Thanks for your book… and for making it available!! It would be good if you inlcuded P/L graphs – that would make things even easier.