It was a recent report by the options strategist of The Oxford Club, Karim Rahemtulla, called the “Ultimate Income Checklist”. He talked about alternative income, and how this year wasn’t the best. He also talked about how one method is simple, but discipline is required for success. He stated how they’ve been trying to purchase stocks at large discount rates or get paid for trying. But to obtain these gains according to Rahemtulla, readers must spend five minutes to set up an options account.
To set up the options account, he said you must have a regular account for stock trading. Then, you must either contact your broker or go online to go the client services or options area. Then complete the form asking your desired trading types, select options, and proceed from there. He also discussed margins, which he usually doesn’t advise, as well as the broker normally requiring a certain amount in your account, selling puts, and other choices when undergoing this process.
With all the issues and choices with this process, Rahemtulla, arranged a free live training event to teach about how to succeed in his put-selling strategy. He assisted in teaching investors the difference between disciplined investing and greed.
About The Oxford Club
Based in Baltimore, Maryland, The Oxford Club, oxfordclub.com, is a global and private network of successful entrepreneurs and investors. It was found in 1989, has around 51 to 100 employees, and has over 80,000 members located in 100 countries.
The Oxford Club offers its members strategies for preserving and achieving wealth, and global opportunities for market-beating returns. They operate as a subsidiary of The Agora, previously known as Agora Inc. With their time-tested and unique investment principles and systems to consistently win in the market, their recommendations include bonds, equities, funds, options, collectibles, real estate, currencies, and precious metals.
This organization also has investment research services, monthly newsletters, and trading recommendations. They host symposiums and financial seminars. They also monitor investment excursions.