there's no limit to how high the combined value of a stock and married put option may go.
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) January 22, 2009
Kurt Frankenberg, a karate instructor, lost his life savings by making covered calls in a bear market. Rather than give up, however, Frankenberg studied the market and devised an application of the married put strategy--a little-known transaction used primarily by institutional traders--that limits losses and yet allows unlimited upside potential.
According to Frankenberg, who founded RadioActiveTrading.com, a Web site designed to help investors take advantage of his strategy, "Married puts give an investor control of his destiny no matter how turbulent the marketplace may be." Frankenberg suggests that by using his techniques, an investor can limit losses to single digits compared to trading in so-called well-diversified mutual funds that have plunged by 40% or more, in some cases. "And unlike covered calls," continues Frankenberg, "there's no limit to how high the combined value of a stock and married put option may go."
Frankenberg says it is not too late for investors to take advantage of what he has discovered and applied. He highlights his methodology in a downloadable, free whitepaper called The Sketch. If you cannot make the link, go to http://www.RadioActiveTrading.com and then click on The Sketch.
RadioActiveTrading.com is published by Power Financial Group, Inc. (http://www.poweropt.com), a company that supplies options educational materials, customer support service and patented SmartSearchXL technology to self-directed stock investors and options investors.