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money-sign-button-300x300When investors discuss income and yield, they define “high yield” as anything over 5%, and sometimes they push that number to 10%.

That means they are not doing the right thing with their portfolio. High yield should start above 10%. I target 15% to 18% and, depending on how active investors are willing to be, that target can be pushed to between 20% and 25%.

Here are my five choices to sell puts or calls against to achieve returns of 15%, 25%, 35%, and 50% per annum.  Check out the four stocks below; one of these stocks has a potential return of 6.5% in one month or so. Let’s call that No. 5 of the five ways to generate extra income. Some of these tactics require some work; some positions require a larger pool of capital than some of you may have, other choices work even for a small account. Read on . . .  you should find something you like.

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