Options trading often has a reputation of being “high risk” and “short term”, but did you know there are several option strategies used by long term, conservative investors to reduce risk, enhance income and protect portfolio values in retirement and other long-term accounts? Especially when markets seem “high” or “expensive”, these strategies can significantly reduce the risks of “buying at the top” just before a massive decline many investors often fear could be just around the corner. In this webinar, experienced international wealth manager Tariq Dennison of GFM Asset Management introduces the basics of options and some of the main options contracts and strategies conservative investors might consider using in Interactive Brokers accounts.
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