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Options Investing

Before you begin buying options you must decide how much of your investment portfolio to risk. 10% of your portfolio is an ideal beginning maximum for most investors. 

Remember:

  • Every passed day costs you, and your option could expire worthless. 
  • The easiest and  safest to profit with an option is to buy one. You simply pay the premium and wait to see if the index rise if you buy a call option or fall if you buy a put option.
  • If the stock price rises above the strike price of your call option or if the stock falls below the price of your put option, you win your bet. 
  • If the stock does not behave the way you thought, you would  lose your bet, as well as the premium you paid for your option.

Do not wait for Options to expire:

As important as selecting the right option and paying the right price is knowing when and how to take profits. Most option buyers lose not because they take the wrong positions, but because they fail to take profits properly. 

  • When your option begins to profit you must be ready to act.
  • First, be alert to sell your position if the index drop down (if you bought a call option), or rises (if you bought a put option) 5%. 
  • If your option is in the money and if the index makes a big move in your direction, sell your position and pocket the money.
  • If your option is in the money goes past the strike price and enters its last week before expiration, take profits. 
     

As important as taking profits is cutting losses to a minimum. 

  • The harder part is convincing yourself to to cut the losses.
  • If you do not cut your losses quickly, you will not last as an options player.
  • If an option falls in value by 50% after you buy it, sell it and close your position.

Basically as an Options trader you have to know

  • When to buy
  • When to sell
  • Your likely profit
  • Your possibility of a loss

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Index Last %
NYSE 6,629.34 +1.30
NASDAQ 2,062.69 +2.14
AMEX 1,222.59 +1.42
DJI 10,581.11 +0.82
DJT 2,894.58 +2.15
DJU 269.25 +0.61
Nasdaq 100 1,497.23 +2.20
S&P; 100 565.70 +1.09
S&P; 500 1,142.04 +1.19
S&P; 400 594.20 +1.72
S&P; 600 280.43 +2.41

As of Feb. 6,2004 12:52

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