March 11, 2013 at 07:00 AM EDT
A Closer Look At Buy/Write ETFs
The sheer growth in the number of ETFs has been staggering. What started off as a simple way to track basic stock and bond market indexes has ballooned outwards quite rapidly. Retail investors now have the ability to use ETFs to access a variety of asset classes once reserved for wealthy or institutional sized investors. From commodities to managed futures, regular Joes’ portfolios can now compete with the big boys. One such strategy now available for smaller portfolios is that of buy/write options. By placing a single trade, investors can now simply implement the tactic and there’s plenty of reason to want to [see Free Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Buy/Write 101 Option overlay strategies have often been the realm of day traders, high net-worth individuals and institutions. While some can be very complex–consisting of many moving parts–the buy/write or covered call strategies are some of the simplest [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: New “BuyWrite ETF” Hits The Market ETF Pipeline: Global BuyWrite ETF On The Horizon ETF Ideas For A Flat Market Covered Call ETFs: The “Write” Play Now? Friday’s ETF Chart To Watch: CurrencyShares British Pound Sterling (FXB)
The sheer growth in the number of ETFs has been staggering. What started off as a simple way to track basic stock and bond market indexes has ballooned outwards quite rapidly. Retail investors now have the ability to use ETFs to access a variety of asset classes once reserved for wealthy or institutional sized investors. From commodities to managed futures, regular Joes’ portfolios can now compete with the big boys. One such strategy now available for smaller portfolios is that of buy/write options. By placing a single trade, investors can now simply implement the tactic and there’s plenty of reason to want to [see Free Report: How To Pick The Right ETF Every Time]. Buy/Write 101 Option overlay strategies have often been the realm of day traders, high net-worth individuals and institutions. While some can be very complex–consisting of many moving parts–the buy/write or covered call strategies are some of the simplest [...]

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