Before you get started there are a few basic tools that you will need to do the job. If you don't already have these tool you can start to set them up while waiting for my posts to start rolling in.
• Computer with internet access and a spreadsheet program like Excel
• An online brokerage account with Tier 3 trading privileges
• A subscription to Morningstar, or access to other online stock screening tools
I know the Morningstar subscription costs money, but it is the best service that I have found to do the Option Income system, because of its proprietary ranking system and focus on high quality value stocks. However, if you need to keep your costs down while you are starting out and learning the ropes there are several free online websites that screen stocks for fundamental analysis, such as MSN's stock screener, which is located at:
Next up... A multi-part post on: "How to identify and track opportunities across a range of stocks?"