When it comes to selling options for income, many times an investor finds himself holding too many short positions which places him at risk of being assigned more shares than he wants.
As well, many investors sell options in a stock they think they would like to own but when the stock does not perform the way they had expected, they lose confidence in the stock and want to close out of positions while limiting losses.
An email received looks at positions in Manulife Stock both on the TSX Composite Index in Canada and the New York Stock Exchange. The investor feels he is at risk of owning too many shares.
This strategy article looks at 3 methods an investor could apply to rectify the issue and recover any losses.
This article is 1000 words in length and requires 4 pages if printed.
The rest of this strategy article is for FullyInformed members.
Repair Of Stock Overload – Investor Questions On Manulife Stock (MFC) – Nov 29 2018
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