The Advisors Option
About This Show
Simple diversification is no longer enough to shield the assets under your management. Registered investment advisors, financial planners and asset managers need a new weapon in their war on risk. Welcome to The Advisors Option - the only program designed to arm busy advisors with the information necessary to properly manage risk in this volatile environment. From options education, trading strategies and tips to options industry news and interviews with leading advisors, you will find it all on The Advisors Option.
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Advisors Option 59: Using Options as a Passive Investor
4 days ago
Today's co-hosts are Marc Odo, Director of Investment Solutions, Swan Global Investments and Matt Amberson, Principal, Option Research & Technology Services. Tricks of the Trade: How do options fit into the active vs. passive debate? Active vs. Passive? It Doesn’t Matter, by Marc Odo. How do you incorporate options into a "passive" portfolio? The Buzz: Advisors Sticking With Active Investments: Practical Perspectives. ETF Use Keeps Growing (and Growing). An update on the ongoing DOL fiduciary battle. Office Hours: In which the listeners take over the show. Options question of the week: First #Harvey, then #Irma an #Jose and now #Maria. We prep houses/cars/family for #disasters. How do you prep your portfolio? 31% - Get Long $VIX/$VXX/$UVXY 15% - Go To Cash/T-bills 27% - Buy Index/Stock Puts 27% - "Risk Assets" - Gold, etc. Listener questions and comments: Question from JV Cavalia - Question for Advisors Option on annuities. Hello Mark, Randy, Mike and Eric. I am very much enjoying your program. I am still new to options and I am interested in annuities. But most of them seem to be overly complex and riddled with hidden fees. Many of them also seemed to utilize some form of derivative to achieve their investment goals. The obvious question then is can I achieve the same results myself just using options? Would writing a quarterly call on a broad index achieve the same long-term income results for example? Do you have other suggestions. Thanks again.