Tag: Covered Call

Understanding A Covered Call Strategy

| October 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
Understanding A Covered Call Strategy

The other day, I wrote about how people are piling into funds, then employ option premium-selling strategies, particularly covered calls or buy-writes. I figure it’s a good time to drill down into exactly what these strategies entail and highlight both the pros and cons. The covered call strategy is one of the most popular options strategies especially among investors that […]

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An Easy Covered Call Shows How Powerful This Trade Can Be

| May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments
An Easy Covered Call Shows How Powerful This Trade Can Be

Greetings from the Las Vegas MoneyShow! This event is always one of my favorites to speak at every year. It’s a great place to meet with other options traders or traders who are looking to learn how to start using options. This year I’m presenting primarily about overwriting (selling options in conjunction with owning stocks) […]

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Using Covered Calls To Increase Your Return In Twitter

| February 13, 2019 | 0 Comments
Using Covered Calls To Increase Your Return In Twitter

I’ve just returned from the Orlando MoneyShow and was very impressed at the amount of investors and traders looking to learn more about options strategies. I had the opportunity to deliver two different presentations to the options-oriented folks. One of the topics I spent quite a lot of time on was covered calls. Of course, […]

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Trading The Fed With Options

| August 7, 2017 | 0 Comments
Trading The Fed With Options

If you were to take a poll of investors who’ve traded options, you’d probably find the majority of them have traded single stock options. I’d venture to guess most investors think of options as a way to trade names like Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) or Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA). A handful of the people you poll may have utilized options […]

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The Easy Money Trade – 70% With Only Two Trades

| August 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

Back in 2001, everyone on Wall Street was struggling.  I was an investment banker in San Francisco at the time.  The tech market had just crashed and it was ugly.  Investors lost billions; High profile CEOs were being “perp walked” off to jail; Industry leading companies (remember Enron?) were caught committing fraud; and more were […]

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