In order to boost my return from stock, I write options. As with all kind of investing, this is not without risk. And who takes risk, gets return.
Each month, I track my passive income. And this month is extra special as I start to track my option experiments that I launched in February and March.
There are many paths to Financial Independence. Passive Income is what a lot of paths have in common. So does our path. Some might argue that one of our paths is not that passive due to the nature of option trading….
When selling options, you have a certain assumption. That assumption can be wrong. You then might have to honour you obligation under the contract. There is one action extra you can take: roll the option.
The first month of the year is behind us. Time flies when you have fun! Let’s see what we earned this month.
What can options mean to your dividend yield? No that 2016 is over, I can give a real life example of what it means to my yield. … More Yield booster from options – case study
December is the month of the holidays and gifts. In Belgium, we celebrate Saint-Nicolas and X-mas. Both have a habit of bringing gifts. Is it pushing my luck to far to add Passive Income to this list? … More December Market Income and Year Review
Winter is coming… Ski holiday is only 3 weeks away… That is a nice outlook. With November behind us, it is time to look at my passive non-working income.
While still recovering from my great summer ideas, I continue to to do what I like: writing options to gain a passive additional income. October was yet an interestingt month where I extended my knowledge and insights further.
When I started out to document my options income, I had no idea what to expect. I thus set low goals, as a way to have a target and not to oblige myself too much into taking risk with options. We are now 3 quarters into 2106, and it has been amazing.