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Dr. Robert Valuk presents his proven, conservative strategy for achieving double-digit income with reduced risk using puts and calls on high quality, low beta dividend paying stocks. Speaking of options and using the word “conservative” may sound like an oxymoron, but the author will present a plethora of conservative strategies that will make you money on a consistent basis.
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ISBN: 9780615854793
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