What’s better? A covered call options strategy executed by the individual investor or a covered call ETF or fund that proposes to do the heavy lifting?
Selling covered calls is a popular investment technique used by investors with high income or cash flow as their primary goal.
The investor... Read More
Debt ceilings have done little to curb the U.S. government’s escalating debt load and if you thought overspending was a serious problem before, welcome to the next cycle.
That’s because U.S. politicians just approved a bill that suspends the government’s borrowing limit until March 16,... Read More
Are there parallels between the pre-2008 U.S. stock market crash and emerging markets today?
Emerging market bulls (NYSEARCA:EDC) say that cheap market valuations are a reason to own stocks from countries like China (NYSEARCA:FXI), Brazil (NYSEARCA:EWZ), Russia (NYSEARCA:RSX), and India... Read More
During his State of the Union address, President Obama unveiled his new plan to increase retirement savings. The plan is dubbed “MyRA” and is geared for people without a company sponsored retirement plan.
Sadly, MyRA is more than a futile attempt at preventing people from retiring without... Read More
Price changes in the stock market occur on all-time scales. From a tick in milliseconds all the way to decades and even centuries, prices have a certain pattern. And behind all these constantly influx price changes is trading volume. Why does it matter?
Trading volume refers to the number of... Read More