Expensing stock options refers to the inclusion of the list of stocks awarded to the expenditure document of a company. The system has its advantages and disadvantages, which will be discussed here.Th...
Trading stock options allows the investor to control blocks of shares at a fraction of the costs of actually owning the shares themselves. And, unlike share ownership, some option plays allow you to b...
Joe Ross wrote a book in 1991 titled, "Trading is a Business", and I couldn't agree with him more.Look closely at any successful trader and you'll see that he or she looks at his or her trading as a b...
Anybody can invest and get the market rate of return, even my 84 year old grandmother who probably does not even know what stocks are. All you have to do is invest in something like a total stock mark...
The first chart shows TLT (long-bond ETF; black line and left scale) and SPX (red dashed line and right scale) remain at high levels. Typically, after stock market corrections, both TLT and SPX fall (...
Stock options are an increasingly common phrase heard around the office floor but what are they? Basically, stock options give the employee the option of purchasing shares in the company they work for...
A federal court in Florida has just ruled that restricted stock (on which most incentive stock options are based) cannot have any value merely because it is restricted. Visit site below for Court ...
As a beginning stock market trader, I frequently visited an unpleasant place called Loss Vegas. It was teeming with would be investors and traders with grand aspirations of making a killing in t...
Call and What?An option is a "legal financial contract". The holder has the right, but is under no obligation, to accrue or sell a predetermined number of stock shares. This is to be done at a price...
Professional traders use the term "lean" to refer to one's perception about the directional strength of the stock. When you own a stock and intend to hold it for a period of time, you are aware that y...