3 Stocks To Sell Weekly Options in 2020

December 9, 2019

The “holidays” are here.

Parties … shopping for gifts … and lighter trading volumes.

And the stock market continues to climb a “wall of worry” due to news on trade tariff wars, uncertainty over future Fed action and a slowing …

One Stock: 30 Trades, 30 Winners

November 25, 2019

How would you like to trade the same one stock over and over … and book a winner each time?

In the last 15 months, I have recommended 30 trades on this one stock to Options Income Blueprint members, and …

Collect a weekly paycheck with these 5 stocks

November 2, 2019

Selling options is an ideal strategy for creating an extra “weekly paycheck” every Friday!


First, by selling a weekly put option you act like the “house” in a casino. As the option seller, you collect a cash premium up …

Finding the Perfect Income Stock

August 12, 2019

Is there such thing as a perfect income stock?

I get quite a few emails from options sellers; here’s one of the most common: “The premiums on this stock look great. What do you think of the company?”

That’s what …

A good few days for “weekly paycheck” traders

July 19, 2019

It was good few days for “weekly paycheck” traders.

In just 5 trading days, we closed 4 “weekly paycheck” trades for over $300 trading just one contract.

We did it with a combination of selling short-term weekly and monthly options.…

20 winning trades … in a row… on 1 stock

May 7, 2019

How would you like to find a stock you could make 20 winning trades in a row?

And, more importantly, a stock that I believe will continue to be one of the greatest trading successes of the year ahead?


Spring “trading” off to a fast start

May 1, 2019

Options Income Blueprint members got off to a fast start this spring closing 8 trades for $1,995 of cash (a 1.3% return on capital).

We opened with a home run from a Trip Advisor (NASDAQ: TRIP) buy/write trade …

We “Survived” and even “Thrived” in October

November 7, 2018

October 2018 was a brutal month for stock investors.

The S&P was down almost 10% while at one point the NASDAQ was off nearly 12% — both of these qualify as “market correction” territory.

In my Options Income Blueprint service …