“It seems like the best time to buy is always tomorrow instead of today – how do you overcome this?
If you can access the same benefits, is it worth paying more?
Use options to harness your appetite for risk
What practical skills do you need to survive in the trading wilderness?
I emailed a client recently to take a sizeable profit after just one week after opening a covered call position and he said, “It’s been so hard to make any capital gains anywhere, it’s a relief to earn some income from my shares. Get me whatever you can.”
The fear of commitment may be a bugbear for some and it’s often not just confined to relationships. Committing to buying a share can be as scary.
What is the temperament of an options investor? To most, the word “conservative” would not fit the bill. What about these words – “Sanguine”, “Melancholic”, “Choleric” or “Phlegmatic”? These are now common terms used to describe certain personality types of people. These four personality traits trace their roots back to some two thousand years ago,…
To live is to have regrets. Some of us regret the choice we made in the university we attended (“If only I have gone to an Ivy League School”), the courses we took or did not take (“If only I had studied psychology”) or the job we turned down (“How my career would have turned out”), the relationships we chose to hang on to when it was time to let go and the stocks we chose to buy and sell – at the wrong prices.