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Master The Most Underutilized Options Income Strategy: Cash-Secured Puts

In this exclusive interview, StockCharts’ David Keller, CMT, sits down with Jessica Inskip, Director of Education and Product at OptionsPlay. Jessica shares an informative overview of the Cash-Secured Put Strategy, and explains how it can be used to maximize yield while reducing risk within your portfolio. Using the new options chain tools on StockCharts.com, Jessica then demonstrates how to easily find optimal cash-covered puts for securities.

This video originally premiered on July 25, 2023. Follow this blog for more insights from Jessica and the OptionsPlay team, coming soon! More OptionsPlay videos are available here.

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