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Post-Earnings Opportunities: A Real-Life Example with NVIDIA Corp. (Nasdaq: NVDA)

click ↑ 4 Featured Always avoid having an option in place if there is an upcoming earnings report prior to contract expiration. This applies to covered call writing and selling cash-secured puts as it […]

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Combining Covered Call Writing and Selling Cash-Secured Puts

click ↑ 4 Featured When we integrate both covered call writing and selling cash-secured puts into one multi-tiered option selling strategy, we have our Put-Call-Put or PCP Strategy. Outside the BCI […]

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Selling Weekly Puts After Disappointing Earnings Reports: A Real-Life Example with Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT)

click ↑ 4 Featured We can leverage our knowledge of cash-secured puts to take advantage of common scenarios. In this article, we will detail how to take advantage of a […]

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Using the BCI Expected Price Movement Calculator to Sell Weekly Cash-Secured Puts

click ↑ 4 Featured When selling cash-secured puts, a common strategy goal is to avoid exercise and having shares put to us. This means selling out-of-the-money (OTM) strikes that have a low […]

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Buying Back OTM Cash-Secured Puts on Expiration Friday to Avoid Potential Exercise + $25 Discount Coupon

click ↑ 4 Featured When cash-secured puts are sold, many investors prefer to avoid exercise and having the shares put to them. If the (originally) out-of-the-money (OTM) strike is in-the-money (ITM) as […]

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Selling Cash-Secured Puts: 2 Favorable Outcomes

click ↑ 4 Featured When we sell cash-secured puts (CSPs), we are getting paid to undertake the contractual obligation to buy the holders shares at a price that we (the […]

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Risk-Reward Profile When Rolling-Up Our Cash-Secured Put Trades

click ↑ 4 Featured One of our available cash-secured put trade exit strategies is rolling-up to generate an additional income stream (or multiple income streams). The disadvantage of this position […]

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How to Manage Near-The-Money Put Strikes as Expiration Approaches

click ↑ 4 Featured Many option traders who sell cash-secured puts prefer not to take possession of the underlying shares. Typically, when a trade is structured, the strike is out-of-the-money […]

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Using the BCI Trade Management Calculator to Mitigate Losses + BCI-Only Webinar Registration Link

click ↑ 4 Featured Our covered call writing positions are at risk when share price declines substantially. We do have, however, our exit strategy arsenal to protect against catastrophic losses. […]

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How to Calculate Rolling-Up Cash-Secured Put Trades: The BCI Trade Management Calculator + $50.00 Discount Coupon

click ↑ 4 Featured When we roll-up our cash-secured put trades, we are required to place additional cash into our brokerage accounts to secure the higher strike 2nd trade. This […]

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