Australia’s banking sector – 2015 a year better suited for traders rather than investors? Banks continue to be staple holding for passive and active portfolios, mum and dad investors. Super funds and really anyone involved with the Australian stock markets. When the Financial sector makes up 46% of the ASX200 stocks. It’s not hard to […]
When I told them about this cheeky little options strategy, they laughed at me – now they are paying attention, BIG time! So what do you do, if the share price goes down?
When I told them about this cheeky little options strategy, they laughed at me – now they are paying attention, BIG time! So what do you do, if the share price goes down? More than any single question, this one comes up more often than not at virtually every presentation I do, in relation to
This week we were able to hit the profit target. On our NAB Bull Put Spread, entered on 11th Dec. This trade is enter by selling the 33.50 Jan Puts and buy the 32.50 Jan Puts. Collecting an overall gross credit on the trade of 40.5c. This meant that at best. We stood to make
Laughing all the way ‘with’ the Banks in 2014! 2013 has been a standout year for the Big 4 Australian Banks. The financial sector as a whole added a further 19.14% year to date on top of last year’s 21.7% capital gain (before dividends). These types of gains are reminiscent of the bull market and
ASX Dividends: Who’s our next target? ASX Dividend stocks have been the best friend of many investors over the last two years, providing substantial returns on share price movements, but also providing cash flow that comfortably exceeds the current RBA cash rate of 2.5%. From the beginning of 2013 through to the end of October,
Apologies for the play on words – couldn’t help myself 5.10am at the airport and mulling over the week’s trading! That said and in all sincerity did you get your piece of the action this week with ANZ and NAB. Both announcing chunky profits and an outlook takes us right back to the halcyon days