The stock market has been quite volatile lately. Take a look at the VIX (a highly used market volatility indicator) for the past month and you can see that that volatility has been increasing. Today’s world is more complex than ever. We have the war in Ukraine, supply chain issues that are continually getting worse… Continue reading Investing in Volatile Markets
This is going to be a short article, but I’d like to share a great income strategy for those who are dabbling in options trading. If you’re learning about options as I am, you’re probably familiar with covered call writing as this is a very basic strategy great for beginners. Typically when we write calls,… Continue reading Crazy Income Strategy
For those following the blog, this will be a quick update about my portfolio. As to the reverse target date fund, I realized that I didn’t need to draw down on my retirement fortunately so I have reallocated it to a more aggressive allocation. I still stand by my comment that a reverse target date… Continue reading Options Portfolio Update (Jan-21)
Now that we got the clickbait title out of the way, let’s elaborate. Recently, I’ve been paper-trading an account to test a new options strategy called the wheel since the beginning of this week. The account was initially setup with $100,000 in cash and I managed to generate $1,274 this week alone. Assuming I can… Continue reading Wall Street Will Hate You for Knowing This
Many of us dream one day to retire and live out a fairly comfortable life on the savings they have. Unfortunately, with inflation and expenses such as healthcare constantly going up, it’s no wonder people wonder if they will ever have enough to retire. The millennial generation started the craze of FIRE (Financial Independence Retire… Continue reading Retirement – Time to move abroad?