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“Windfall Tax” or Not, These Oil Stocks Are Still a Buy

President Biden took another jab at Big Oil yesterday, taking aim at a record $30 billion in combined industry earnings this quarter.He threatened higher taxes on oil companies should they fail to work to lower consumer gas prices.Americans continue to face high prices at the pump – $.3.75 a gallon on average nationwide – despite the Department of Energy releasing millions of barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

See their conversation here...


The 6 Biggest Options Trading Mistakes to Avoid

Many beginning investors focus on what they need to do to find success.

And that is perfectly normal.

After all, you need to select the right stock, the right option, and then buy it at the right price.

But knowing when to sell is only have the formula.

There are also important things to avoid in this process.

Today, we're going to talk about the 6 biggest options trading mistakes you could make starting out.



The Best Put Option to Buy on Robinhood Now That the Rally Stalled

If you've been profiting on the market's historic 40% rebound since March, you may have looked at Thursday's 7% plunge as derailing your gravy train.

However, nothing could be further from the truth.

While your call options did not fare well that day, there is no need to panic.

In fact, there are opportunities to make money when stocks go down too.

Here's one trade you can make to do just that...


This Options Trading Strategy Could Double Your Money on Oil

The economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak is more apparent after the Dow Jones Industrial Average posted a more than 500-point loss Wednesday.

But you already knew this was coming.

We've been calling the "dead cat bounce" for weeks.

So now is the time to buckle down and make something of what you know.

We have an options trading strategy that's already earned readers more than 1,000% this year.

And it could work again.



Our Coronavirus Options Trading Strategy Is Bagging 1,000% Gains

You're stuck at home.

Restaurants are shutting down.

Retirement accounts are in shambles.

Tom Gentile, Money Morning options trading specialist said this yesterday: "It didn't start yesterday, and it's not going to end tomorrow."

But Tom still has trading strategies for this market.

Yesterday, he said traders should "simply take less risk, look at what's going up in a down market, and exploit volatility using options."



This Options Trading Strategy Got Readers 1,025% in 3 Weeks; Now It's Your Turn

The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid more than 2,000 points on March 9 (Monday).

And while that's a jarring single-day loss, it wasn't all that surprising given current market fears.

Concerns about coronavirus are no laughing matter.

But it's important to realize that, even in a market gripped by fear, there are profit opportunities.

Specifically, we're going to show you an options trading strategy that returned 1,025% in less than 30 days.