The Easiest Way To Profit As More Businesses Commit To “Work From Home”

I'm glad to hear it's going so well – because the profit opportunities that this new structure offers are unmatched. Here's what I mean.

I believe this decision will have many positive effects, including less overhead cost for businesses and more satisfied employees, leading to more productivity. So, it's really a win-win for everyone involved.

And I'm sure it's no surprise when I say that stay-at-home stocks have been on fire over the last year. From cloud services to communication apps, investors, much like businesses, have adjusted their trading strategy to adapt to the times. And while there are plenty of big names out there, my favorite stay-at-home stock happens to be Zoom Video Communications Inc. (ZM).

Zoom has exploded over the last year, but then took a hit in October when the news that we were close to a vaccine caused popular work-from-home stocks to tumble. But I believe it'll continue to grow and expand as it's the best video platform out there, especially for the workforce.

An easy way to get quick gains on Zoom and protect yourself to the downside is to sell puts. Selling puts lets you make money if the stock is flat, up, or down. I like the ZM March 19 2021, $380 puts. They show an excellent possibility for profit – especially if you can get them for $38.50 or less.

By adding this put to your lineup, I believe you're setting yourself up for a big win – cashing in on the professional world's shift in a simple and easy way.

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Micro Blogger 2 months ago Member's comment

Absolutely!! But the future is in secure video platforms like Strike Force Tech, $SFOR