Covered Call Writing to Generate Monthly Income
Dr. Alan Ellman
President of The Blue Collar Investor Corp.
Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 10:00AM
Alan Ellman will present an easy-to-understand approach to mastering covered call writing, a strategy that combines both stock (buying) and option (selling) investing. It is geared to the average retail investor with the goal of taking control of your financial future by generating monthly cash flow. His presentation takes the mystery out of an investment approach that the government deems appropriate to use in your self-directed IRA accounts. Alan will also provide a brief overview of selling cash-secured puts, a similar strategy.
Attend this Meeting and Learn
• How to invest using conservative stock option strategies.
• How to generate a monthly cash flow.
• Stock selection, option selection and position management.
About our Speaker
Dr. Ellman is President of The Blue Collar Investor Corp and author of four best-selling books on the subject of covered call writing. His 4th book, Stock Investing For Students, is now required reading at The University of Maryland. His fifth publication, Selling Cash-Secured Puts has also become a best-seller. He has also produced several DVD educational programs of this subject.
Over the past few years, Alan has been a frequent guest on financial forums such as the Options Industry Council. He is also a national speaker for The Money Show, the Stock Traders Expo the American Association of Individual Investors. He writes weekly articles for his award-winning blog as well as various financial publications in the US and abroad.
Alan wears many hats as he is also a retired General Dentist, a licensed real estate salesperson, a certified personal trainer and has successfully completed the Series 65-Investment Advisor Rep requirements. Alan’s passion is his desire to educate average retail investors how to become CEOs of their own money using his favorite strategies…covered call writing and selling cash-secured puts.
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