A covered call is pretty simple. It involves buying a stock and selling a call option against it, giving us an immediate payout. Our goal is to do this every week. To help you understand how profitable this strategy can be, let me tell you how I got started with covered calls and show you how it works.
When we buy a stock and sell call options against it, there are two possible outcomes. The great news is… we get paid either way! It’s a win-win situation, which is why I’m so excited about Cannabis Cash Weekly. Let me walk you through how we make money in either scenario.
Ready to get started in one of the greatest wealth-building opportunities of our time? As you do, keep in mind three simple letters: S, A, and M. Those letters stand for Stealth, Awareness, and Mainstream. That is the path to big profits in marijuana stocks. We’re all about the Stealth stage – buying early. If you’re new to investing, let’s take a few moments to go over some of the true basics… how to open a brokerage account, what to consider as you buy your first stock, and the importance of using a limit order.
Legal marijuana may be a huge opportunity, but only a select few produce the massive gains we’re after. Believe it or not, there are several hundred marijuana-related stocks available to investors. Unfortunately, most are what I consider garbage. They probably won’t even be around in a few years. I’ve come up with three simple rules to identify the best long-term marijuana stocks in the industry.
One of the great things about an explosive trend like legal marijuana is the various ways investors can make money. But keep in mind that not all marijuana companies are equal. Just like technology has different kinds of companies – software, chip makers, hardware, e-commerce, social media, mobile payments, and more – the marijuana industry also has multiple types of companies. In this video, we’ll take a look at the varying types of marijuana companies. They’re what I call “the players.”
I want to make sure you’re aware of our Cannabis Cash Calendar, which I created to track all marijuana-related IPOs and identify which ones offer the best long-term opportunity. We’ve had a lot of success already, with four of the first six stocks having doubled in price for a time. Behind this success is a five-factor system of characteristics I must see before considering a newly public company for investment.
It’s time to turn things up a notch! In this video, I want to introduce you to a strategy I believe nobody else is implementing right now. I call it Pot Jumpers – stocks that jump from smaller, more obscure stock exchanges to one of the major exchanges, like the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), NYSE, or Nasdaq. This phenomenon is only taking place in the marijuana industry, and it has the potential to make us huge profits in the months and years ahead.