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What Do Bernie Madoff and Covered Call Writing Have In Common?

Covered call writing is my favorite stock investment strategy and Bernie Madoff is one of the world’s most infamous sociopaths. How can they exist in the same article title? This week, ABC-TV is showing a mini-series documenting the rise and fall of Bernie Madoff and his $65 billion Ponzi scheme. Madoff never actually ever invested the […]

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Bernie Madoff Revisited

Oh no, not another Bernie article! Sorry folks, I couldn’t resist. I have such an interest in this story on so many levels. Madoff was claiming to use a strategy related to covered call writing. The Madoff whistleblower, Harry Markopolos, was involved with a covered call strategy when Bernie was dumped on his lap. I have been […]

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The Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme: A Validation of our Blue Collar Philosophy plus Tony C. checks in on Cramer

_________________________________________________________ Blue Collar Mission Statement 1– Become CEO of your own money 2- Become financially independent ___________________________________________________________ Never before have the convictions of the Blue Collar philosophy become more meaningful as they have this past week with the arrest of Bernie Madoff for what may become the biggest fraud in the history of Wall Street. Madoff, […]

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