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Daniel Mollat

Daniel is a retired business executive who now devotes most of his free time to trading stocks and stock options in the stock market. His stock and options trading experience span over 30 years. He specializes in selling put and call options, better known as writing stock options. According to him the tremendous benefits offered by stock options has made him realize that the majority of stock market investors and traders are not taking full advantage of this awesome investment tool.

With this in mind, he thought it would be a good idea to impart his knowledge of options to those who are invested in the stock market but are not taking full advantage of the opportunities offered by this product. He believes there are many facts about the stock market and the financial world in general that is not quite well known to the average investor. He has made it his objective to write articles on this subject in the hope that somehow he is able to open the minds of investors to the many aspects of investing in general.

As mentioned earlier, his specialty is investing and trading in stock options. He has written a few books on this subject which are available on Amazon and other online bookstores. His latest book, "Covered Options: Magic Tools for High Investment Returns" is in eBook format and available only by directly contacting him. It is the latest revised edition of his other books in online stores.

As a retired person he has also found it to be an enjoyable experience writing articles on various topics aside from his expertise in stocks and options.

You will find some of his articles appear in different subject categories in his website:

He writes on any subject based on his actual experience with that subject or founded on facts established by research and actual experiences by others.

He does not write fiction so everything he puts in writing is factual.

He hopes you enjoy reading them as much as he did writing them. Writing articles keeps his mind busy and serves to exercise his brain, hopefully keeping its thinking ability active for many years into the future.