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Trading Options: Building Wealth with Puts and Calls

When it comes to building wealth, options are the seasoned trader’s secret weapon. But, make no mistake: They are not for everyone. They are speculative in nature and carry inherent risks. So, when trading options, you should never invest more than you can afford to lose.

The two types of option are puts and calls. Put options give you the right to sell a specific investment, at a set price, within a certain period of time. The current market price is irrelevant. So, puts can be perfect tools for downturn profits.

Calls are the opposite of puts. They give you the option to buy a specific investment, at a set price, within a certain period of time. And, once again, the current price doesn't matter. As long as the share price is higher than your strike price, simply exercise your option, sell at the market value and take your profits.

You can buy puts and calls on a variety of investments, including stocks, stock indexes, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), even major currencies. And, unlike futures and other speculative securities, trading options can substantially limit your risk.

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Puts and calls are extremely versatile investments. You can use them to hedge your portfolio and control losses or to generate income and even position yourself for sizeable gains on relatively small investments.

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