On August 4 I wrote about my Intel stock Super Charge Buy-Write Strategy trade which I entered. I received a number of emails from investors who had their shares exercised but ended up with a loss on the trade. I, on the other hand was exercised from my stock and lost the dividend but earned the profit I outlined in the trade.
So why did some investors end up with losses and what can they do next time to protect their trade from losses?
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Intel Stock – Understanding The Super Charge Buy-Write Strategy Trade – Aug 6 2015
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