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USING STOCK OPTIONS TO NEUTRALIZE NEGATIVE CASH FLOW PROPERTIES/ PART III- Evaluating our Investment

This is the third and final article in this trilogy of writings regarding generating income via stock options to erase a negative cash flow situation. In part I, our strategy […]

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USING STOCK OPTIONS TO NEUTRALIZE NEGATIVE CASH FLOW PROPERTIES / PART II – Real Life Example

Make money so you don’t lose money. No, this is not a quote from Yogi Berra! It’s me, Alan, speaking and I make no apologies for this seemingly sophomoric statement. […]

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USING STOCK OPTIONS TO NEUTRALIZE NEGATIVE CASH FLOW PROPERTIES

The light bulb went on! I have a property in Florida that is negatively cash flowing. I also have a skill generating cash by selling stock options. This is a […]

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RECESSION AND STAGFLATION- How do we respond?

You can’t open a financial newspaper or watch a financial program without hearing the latest buzz-words recession and stagflation. There has been much banter lately as to whether or not […]

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DEALING WITH VOLATILE MARKETS-The Media Experts vs. The Blue Collar Investor

WOW! For the last six weeks I have written articles that I’ve had to put on the backburners for future publication. This is due to the inordinate amount of market […]

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HOW A BLUE COLLAR INVESTOR MANAGES A VOLITILE MARKET

WOW! It looks like we’re in the midst of another 10% market correction from its recent highs. This can drive the average investor crazy, but not us. First and foremost […]

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BEWARE OF WINDOW DRESSING!

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 stiffened the requirements of all mutual funds to disclose their holdings on a quarterly basis. This was done in an effort to increase the fund’s transparency […]

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Locating SAFE STOCKS in a VOLATILE MARKET

I hate roller coasters….always have. When my boys were young, I was forced to go on them. Now that I am making money selling stock options, I realize that some […]

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