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With the jobs report scheduled for release on Friday, recent history suggests a positive short-term market reaction regardless of the news. The key words are "short term."
"Digging out of a hole" with declining markets offer special opportunities for a covered option strategy, especially as volatility begins to rise.
American retailing is increasingly falling prey to Amazon and its razor-thin margins and willingness to sacrifice profits.
Coach, once the darling of retailers, has taken on an alarming pattern of large share moves on earnings reports. It's ability to disappoint investors yet remain steady in its trading range, however, makes it an intriguing covered option trade.
Abercrombie & Fitch shares leapt in the after hours as investors cheer better-than-expected news that may be based on weak foundations. An options strategy can insure against disaster here.
Four of five strategic tax loss sales saw the shares outperform the S&P 500 in 2013.
eBay is an excellent example of how a covered option strategy can turn mediocrity into a thing of beauty.
Old-fashioned DRIP investing doesn't generate enough compound portfolio growth. Instead, try reinvesting premiums generated from a buy/write strategy to enhance DRIPs.
There are many options strategies that can help you play a stock like Caterpillar.