A covered call strategy is a popular options trading strategy that combines both risk management and income generation using stocks. It involves selling call options on a stock you already own, thereby generating additional income while potentially limiting downside risk.
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Equity Strategies Core Income Portfolio Executive Summary The InSight Core Income Portfolio is designed for clients with an intermediate to near term view of equity investments, and require more income at present. The constituents of this portfolio reflect current Income
Fixed Income (or debt) represents your ownership over the repayment of a debt. Usually considered bonds, they are contracts promising the repayment of loaned money. Other forms of debt arrangements include Mortgage-Backed Securities, liens, loans, and CDs. Fixed income is
How do you manage a daily budget while also planning for your short and long term goals no matter the income?
Planning for both your short term goals while being cognizant of your long term aspirations is really difficult to grasp especially when you’re unsure of what the future “budget” is or should look like. At InSight, our mission is to
As business owners we understand the struggle to balance income and taxation this is a major element in Dental Financial Planning. How much income should be on payroll as salary versus distribution? What benefits can be pre-tax? How can I
Investors often turn to bonds as a lower-risk alternative to stocks, and for many, bond funds offer a convenient way to diversify their portfolios. However, the notion that bond funds are an inherently safer bet can be misleading. In some
Bidenflation should be called Swiftflation: How Taylor Swift is Shaping the PCE Deflator for ‘Entertainment’
In a twist that could only make sense in the modern world, pop icon Taylor Swift has seemingly bent the very forces of economics to her will. Forget supply-side theories or fiscal stimuli; the key player in economic inflation—at least,
Startups and other organizations frequently offer two primary kinds of stock options as part of their compensation packages for employees: Incentive Stock Options (ISOs) and Non-Qualified Stock Options (NSOs). In addition to these, companies may present other forms of equity-based
Alright, let me break down the Roth IRA magic for you: Think of the Roth IRA as the superstar of retirement accounts. You pay your taxes upfront, but when you retire, you can withdraw all that moolah tax-free – if