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Selling Deep In-The-Money LEAPs To Improve Your Percent Returns: A Viable Strategy?
Altria (MO) has hiked the dividend 10.40% annually over the last 5 years. At face value, this might be worth checking out for a covered call writing system that relies on selling ITM calls.
A Step-By-Step Playbook To Buying In-The-Money Calls
Buying in-the-money calls in lieu of buying shares is a very effective strategy for dynamic investors looking for an optimal risk/reward. By buying long-term in-the-money calls, called LEAPs, we are leveraging an underlying security.
Buying LEAPs: How To Get Started?
Buying LEAPs provides an alternative to buying the stock while maintaining upside exposure with limited time decay. We combine this wonderful strategy with low-volatility stocks that have excellent momentum.
Air Products & Chemicals: A Long-Lasting Growth Story
APD reported earnings which might have seemed to be a mixed bag at first sight. However, when listening to the conference call and digesting the financial statements and forward-looking remarks it was nothing but a solid quarter.
The Stock Market: How Wrong Timing Destroys Your Final Return
Market timers who try to beat the market have a higher chance of missing out on the most lucrative days
Option Selling: What Duration Is Optimal For Our System?
Is there an optimal duration which allows for steadily growing profits with the least amount of volatility?
What Are Equity Returns Going To Be In The Next Decade?
Institutional investors are buying tonnes of put options to hedge their positions against the next downturn, despite growing optimism about the current melt-up.
Boosting Your Risk-Adjusted Returns By Selling Options
By far the most crucial aspect to becoming a successful option seller is determining which underlyings to select. Not sure where to start? Read on...
Skewing Your Short Strangles When Markets Are At All-Time Highs
In the world of selling options, we want to minimize daily portfolio volatility and reduce our directional exposure. Here's how we do that...
Measuring Interest-Rate Sensitivity In Low-Volatility Stocks: Difficult Exercise!
Low-volatility stocks provide us with quality, predictable cash flows, clear growth trajectory, perfect management execution, smaller drawdowns and smaller rallies. The SPLV has performed beautifully but will it continue to do so?
Low-Volatility Stocks, Put Skew And The Consequences Of Low IV
Offering insight into the powerful statistical evidence of selling wide strangles, diversifying into several industries and why low-beta stocks are very attractive from a premium seller standpoint.
Market Outlook As Of October 27, 2019
Since mid-October we’ve seen a clear switch from growth and low-beta stocks to value stocks, just like in mid-September a few days before the market sold off nearly 4% in a short period of time. Today, I spot exactly the same situation.
Correlation And Short Vega: Let's Do The Math
Spreading the risk via purchasing bonds and stocks does reduce your standard deviation, but it doesn’t provide you with additional returns as bonds and stocks show strong negative correlation.
Structuring A Short Strangle Portfolio: Why IVR, Portfolio Sizing And Research Make Total Sense
Changes in volatility have a major impact on short-term and long-term options. The stock market is unpredictable and so is implied volatility.
Gamma Risk & Extending Duration: Why You Should Pay Attention To Rolling Out In Time
Hamma is the highest for ATM options courtesy of their binary nature (50% chance of expiring in the money, 50% of expiring out of the money) and increases along the way and the more volatile the underlying, the lower your gamma risk will be.
Managing Winners, Managing Early And Managing Based On Theta
“Managing winners” is a concept laid out by tastytrade, whereby one closes his/her position when 50% of the initial credit received is reached.
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