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options

Covered Call Options: Simply Understood

Have you accumulated a significant position in a single company’s stock, either through your employer or a major investment? Have you been considering ways to diversify your holdings away from one of your big winners? Are you seeking to retire soon and looking to reallocate large equity positions in your retirement or other brokerage accounts? […]

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Roulette Wheel

Managing Your Downside Risk is a Must!

As an investor, you probably hear a lot about risk. Phrases like “risk tolerance” and “risk profile” are part of the usual investment discourse, but when it comes right down to it, you may not be aware of how powerful it is to actively pay attention to the risk parameters of your portfolio. Of course, […]

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Retirement Lane

Are You Ready to Retire?

Ask anyone if they’re ready for retirement, particularly after a difficult day, and you will likely hear an immediate “Yes!” But when it comes time to seriously consider the issue, the question of readiness becomes much more difficult. How much should I draw from my IRA or 401(k)? At what age should I retire? There […]

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Investor Psychology

Time to Reset Your Mind: Managing Your Financial Emotions

Behavioral finance studies peoples’ psychological tendencies when it comes to financial decision-making. A big part of this research focuses on investing mistakes. For the everyday investor, having a greater understanding of psychology can help you to break bad habits and thought patterns. What makes our usual financial psychology dangerous is that it comes so naturally […]

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