Many financial writers believe options trading is more like gambling than investing. After years of utilizing options for clients, we can demonstrate that’s wrong.
The real misconception is long-term investors must passively accept the stock market’s ups and downs.
The primary purpose of option investing is to replace uncertainty with certainty. Many advisors invest client portfolios in a way that’s scalable and easy for the advisor — they’re unwilling to invest in a way that requires thinking beyond “stay the course.” You have more options than just riding a rollercoaster in the market. The best option may just be … an option.