How to Get Paid by Wall Street… Without Buying a Stock or Bond

Karim Rahemtulla By Karim Rahemtulla, Options Strategist, The Oxford Club

Alternative Income

It’s truly a sight to see…

Money shows up in your account after you’ve done little more than wait for a very low-probability event.

It’s the key to getting extra dividends from Wall Street.

It’s almost unbelievable, but getting the market to pay you is one of the most consistent money-accumulating strategies I know of.

I use it at least a couple times a month. Based on my own experiences and those of my readers over the years, the success rate of collecting this cash is close to 80%.

Here’s how it works…

Too often investors think that the only way to make money from Wall Street is to buy stocks.

That mantra has been pushed hard by brokerage firms and investment banks. With the help of Madison Avenue, 99% of investors do one thing when it comes to investing – they buy.

Have you ever wondered who is on the other side of that trade and what his motives are?

For the most part, buyers and sellers match up trades to make a market. But if you look deeper, there is another type of investor besides the regular kind.

It’s these investors who figured out that Wall Street is willing and able to pay you cash for something that may – or may not – occur.

As long as you’re willing to shoulder some risk, that payment is steady income that can be accessed time and again.

On Wall Street – just like anywhere else – when you sell something, you get something. In this case, it’s a chunk of cash that’s yours to keep no matter the outcome.

And there’s really only one way to claim this cash…

It’s from the options market.


If you want to move your investment acumen to expert status, I’d like to show you two strategies that will leave you wondering why it took you so long to learn about them.

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to take you in depth into covered calls and naked put selling. I’m going to share the good, the bad and the ugly.

And I’ve experienced it all. It’s been a 25-year journey, and you’re going to benefit from it.

First, though, I want you to do some homework so that we’re all on the same page. I want you to go to this website: www.cboe.com. It’s the website for the Chicago Board Options Exchange.

On it, you’ll find great information and tutorials about options trading. I want you to focus specifically on covered call writing and naked put selling.

Now, don’t worry, I’ll provide in-depth explanations of this stuff in the weeks ahead. But I want you to get the “official” perspective as well and the minutiae that accompanies it.

So far, all of my options tutorials have centered on buying options. Selling options requires a completely different mindset.

Here’s why…

When you sell an option, you are obligated to follow through in certain situations. When you buy an option, you have the right, but not the obligation.

This is a very big deal, and I really need you to understand this. It’s the most important difference in options trading.

It’s also one of the most profitable differences if you understand how it works.

Since I began Automatic Trading Millionaire this past spring, we have yet to close out a losing trade. And this is in a market with very low volatility, which is not traditionally an options seller’s friend.

On top of it all, we’ve been able to deliver double-digit, short-term gains all while enjoying a massive, built-in downside cushion. By the time we’re done with this next series on selling options, you’ll understand just how this has been possible.

Good investing,

Karim

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