In part one, we discussed what options are and why you might want to use them. In part two, we discussed how to read an options table as well as how to open and close option positions. Now that we’ve made it to part 3, we’re going to look at two ways that you can use cash-secured puts to enhance your dividend growth portfolio. Cash-secured puts are my flavor of options, and after reading this, they might become yours as well.
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- A Brief Primer on Options: Part 3 (Two ways to enhance your dividend growth portfolio with cash-secured puts)
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