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BCI Podcast 3. Converting Non Dividend Stocks to Dividend Stocks

Watch Video: Listen To Audio Version: How to convert stocks that don’t generate dividends into dividend-like securities by writing 4 covered call trades per year. The strategy can also be used to enhance the dividends already generated by the stock. BECOME A BCI MEMBER TODAY: PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP SEE BCI COURSE & PRODUCTS : BCI STORE  […]

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BCI Podcast 2. Why CCW Outperforms Overall Market

Watch Video: Listen To Audio Version: Covered call writing allows us to outperform the S&P 500 on a consistent basis. The reasons are simple and straightforward and include incorporating the 3-required skills into an easy-to-use strategy once these skills are mastered. BECOME A BCI MEMBER TODAY: PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP SEE BCI COURSE & PRODUCTS : BCI […]

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BCI Podcast 1. Hitting a Double” Calculations with The Ellman Calculator

Watch Video: Listen To Audio Version: Exit strategies will elevate our covered call writing results to the highest possible levels. This podcast will highlight the “hitting a double” exit strategy which seeks to generate 2 income streams in the same contract month with the same investment. It also demonstrates how the multiple tabs of the […]

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Bernie Madoff strategy

What Do Bernie Madoff and Covered Call Writing Have In Common?

Covered call writing is my favorite stock investment strategy and Bernie Madoff is one of the world’s most infamous sociopaths. How can they exist in the same article title? This week, ABC-TV is showing a mini-series documenting the rise and fall of Bernie Madoff and his $65 billion Ponzi scheme. Madoff never actually ever invested the […]

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[BCI Podcast] Beginners Corner Lesson 2: Option Basics

Included In This Podcast: General Definitions Covered call writing: An overview The strike price as it relates to the stock price In-the-money At-the-money Out-of-the-money The option premium or how you get paid as it relates to the strike price Intrinsic value Time value The Options Chain

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