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sal cossentino says:

Helpful video, I especially like that your very thorough explaining this strategy. Always steared clear of selling puts, didn’t get it , will give this a shot though, thanks

Matt Calay says:

I like the way you look at that. I'd like to do more naked puts but i have a small account, do you recommend a price range i stay in or a way to finance them ?

Lonnie Boudreaux says:

Ok so you get paid a premium if you sell a put. I understand that I may be buying 100 shares of this stock if I do this. Do I need to own 100 shares of stock to do this to get paid this premium or do I just need to have the money available in my account to buy the 100 shares if the stock goes below the strike price? Thanks btw, your videos on options are much easier to understand than most peoples.

Nick Buakaew says:

Really good info. But why not just trade vertical spread. Cost less and you can make more.

j t says:

Hi, Dave I am a newbie what good web sites can I obtain option chain quotes and delta information.

thanks

Judy Derby says:

Where does the money come from to pay me for a successful option trade? Is it from another person somewhere who has made a bad trade? Still trying to wrap my head around that.

Mike Walker says:

David, great video, what might make it even better would be to incorporate selling these options on days when the underlying has a nice 1 St dev move down, or just a nice move down. The implied volatility would go up and the premium for that Delta 10 would be higher than normal, and with the reversion to the mean, they could realize 50% of the max profit quickly, buy back the option and redeploy the cash buying power. Just my thoughts.

William Barilka says:

Thanks David. I (successfully) sell puts in any number of companies with much longer tenors for income but foolishly never considered selling puts with shorter tenors with the objective of acquiring the underlying stock. I'm definitely a buy & hold investor too so must be extremely selective in terms of selecting companies for selling shorter term puts. I do like your 10% / 45 day guideline – easy to implement and seems very reasonable. Also one can always sell calls AFTER being assigned the stock. Seems like a longer term winning strategy.

James Bradley says:

Thanks for the info

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