Amazon stock was up 80% over the last year. Did you get in on that trade?
100 shares of the stock would’ve cost you $98,200 one year ago.
Today, buying a at-the-money call option on the Amazon September would cost you $66 or $6,600.
Trading a buy/write call option would require $183,500 of capital per 100 shares.
Besides big institutional investors on Wall Street, who can afford to trade these kind of “high-priced” stocks?
You can…if you know how.
Watch the video below to see how you could be trading options on anyone of the FAANG stocks at a big discount.
About The Author
Meet Jon Lewis, With over 20 years of real experience, teaching AND trading, Jon will help you learn to use options profitably and safely in portfolios of any size.
His advantage, and now yours, is using simple, often overlooked spread options strategies which generate consistent income without significant risk.