By: Steve Smith
One of the most popular options strategies is the covered call, or buy-write, in which one owns underlying stock and sells a call. It’s a bullish position which generates income through a premium collection. Many investors and money managers consider it a very conservative approach and employ it in their retirement accounts.
But suggest selling a put, and those same people will respond, “that’s too risky, I’d never sell a naked put!”
Here’s the thing… Continue reading at StockNews.com