Royal Bank Of Canada Stock entered my Canadian Portofolio in January of this year. It trades on both the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange under the same symbol. Canada’s largest bank, I have had it in my personal portfolio for years and added to the online Canadian Portfolio as of January 2014. I trade it only in Canada as the option spreads are better. The options are thinly traded which is often the case with most Canadian options. All Royal Bank of Canada Stock trades are in Canadian dollars done on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Royal Bank Of Canada Stock has been in a general decline for the past 7 days after setting a new all-time high of $83.20 on Sept 17 2014. The rest of this strategy discussion article looking at combining leap and short-term options is for FullyInformed Canada Members.
Royal Bank Of Canada Stock – Combining Leap With Short-Term Options
I did three trades this afternoon in Royal Bank Stock as I explain how I am using leap options with short-term options in Royal Bank Of Canada Stock.
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