Rather than options, growth stock investing, financed from the interest earned from the Treasury bills in your portfolio, replaces wasting assets with permanent assets.
Results: Win, lose or draw, the stocks are yours, for better or for worse, for as long as you both shall live.
Seriously though, if you're a good enough stock-picker, you should enjoy capital appreciation through growth, increased income from dividends, and your rolling-over maturing T-bills will be throwing off a constant source of fresh cash with which to buy more stocks.
On the other hand, should your stocks go bust, the interest earned on your Treasury bills will provide the cash for you to try again. Not bad.
Always invest forTotal Return,never just for income alone.
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