This PDF article is 31 pages in length and studies a Covered Calls Strategy designed for investors who have long-term stock or ETF holdings in their portfolio and wish to sell covered calls against those holdings for income, profit and protection against large declines. Many investors are concerned about selling covered calls against their long-term stock holdings, particularly when building a dividend portfolio. They fear they will be exercised from their long-term stock. Other investors consider selling options of any kind as risky. Neither is true is done properly. The biggest risk for investors when using covered calls is failing to have a strategy that they understand and can apply consistently against their stocks or ETFs. The Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy is designed specifically for long-term investors who want to earn income and profit as well as protect during periods of market declines and bear markets.
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Covered Calls Against Dividend Stocks
The Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy is designed around dividend stocks and explains in detail the tools to use for timing when to enter covered calls trades and when to exit. It describes how to examine the history of a chart to pinpoint covered call strikes to be considered and which strikes to be avoided. The Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy assists investors in understanding how to profit from market declines rather than panic and how to determine when a stock is undervalued and at what price point to consider buying additional shares for extra profits in rebounds and rallies.
Includes In The Money Covered Calls Strategy
The Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy studies selling In The Money Covered Calls for larger covered call premiums and shows techniques for rescuing covered calls that are caught deep in the money to avoid exercise and loss of shares.
Rescue Strategies Are Illustrated
The fear of many investors using covered calls is the loss of their stock due to a rally in the stock which leaves them at risk of exercise. The Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy illustrates rescue strategies to save stock from exercise as well as explains how through the use of two simple timing tools, to avoid exercise including when selling In The Money Covered Calls.
Stocks Studied - JNJ Stock and XOM Stock
The Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy is designed for a variety of large cap dividend paying stocks and two stocks are studied in this strategy paper. The first, Johnson and Johnson Stock is less volatile than some stocks and the article presents how to apply the Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy to stocks like JNJ Stock that have lower volatility. The second stock is Exxon Mobil Stock which is more volatile than JNJ Stock to assist investors in understanding how to apply the Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy to volatile stocks.
Johnson and Johnson stock is studied from two perspectives. The first perspective is a study built around an actual trade by an investor who is caught holding deep in the money covered calls that are about to be exercised. This study is from November 2012. The second perspective is a review of actual trades of the Hide and Seek Covered Calls Strategy which were applied from 2001 through the market collapse of 2002.
The Exxon Mobil Stock study looks at the period from 2007 to 2008 when Exxon Mobil lost almost 50% of its value. The study shows how to not only profit from such an event but how to determine when a stock is under-valued and should be purchased for a trade.
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