Selling Stock Options
When I first learned about investing, trading costs were so high for options that they weren't a practical investment vehicle for the non-rich, so I set options aside and didn't bother with them. Costs have come way, way down for Americans and some Europeans. I understand that Canadians still have to do a lot of shopping around.
I have been learning about selling stock options since the beginning of December. I don't want to make the mistake of giving investment advice, thus leaving myself open to being blamed when things go wrong. Nevertheless, once I began learning about them, I felt strong regret that I hadn't learned about them ten years earlier. Therefore, I am now telling you all to look into them. Much lower trading costs have made options viable for the individual investor. Make your own decisions. I am not an investment advisor.
Since December 7, 2020, my personal returns have been about .0013 (.13%) of my options bankroll per day, weekends included, and I'm still a beginner. I'll leave it to you to do the compounding. Note well that we have been in a strong bull market.
Before December, I did about a month's worth of reading and watching videos before I invested anything.
Resources to get started learning: