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Students will receive 1 hour of coaching to get set up and another 1 hour of coaching 30 days later to review their paper trades
Building upon the Intro to Stock Options Trading, this advanced course will focus on how to sell Call and Put options. This strategy is a powerful way to reduce premium cost basis, and collect monthly income. The exciting thing about this course is that you will learn how to get paid to play vs pay to play when buying Call and Put options. As soon as you put on this type of trade, you immediately collect a premium from the buyer of an options contract. Time is your friend enabling one to make money every 30 to 45 days. In the class you will learn:
Learn how to invest in the stock market by using option contracts. Stock options are conditional, derivative contracts that enable one to buy or sell a stock at a specific price, on or before a specific date. This course will focus primarily on buying Call and Put options. In order to by buy an option contract one must pay a premium (like a deposit) to lock in a stock price position or strike price. Once a stock surpasses the strike price, the value of the stock option contract grows. The exciting thing about buying option contracts is that it cost less than buying stock, you can control a greater number of shares of stock and earn a healthy rate of return. In this class you will learn:
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