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What Is Slippage And How Does It Impact Our Trading Success?

When studying investment basics, the term slippage has two applications. In general, it means having a trade executed at a price less favorable to the trader. Let’s look at the […]

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Portfolio overwriting with GMCR

Portfolio Overwriting- Selling Covered Calls on Stocks You Want to Keep.

For covered call writers the main stock option strategy is to purchase an equity specifically for the purpose of selling the corresponding call option. The investment time frame is one to two months […]

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S&P Futures and Fair Value.

Many covered call writers start their day by tuning in to CNBC. They look to the lower right side of the TV screen and see: The S&P Futures are UP […]

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Facebook and the Greenshoe Option

When studying covered call writing we learn to master stock investing as well as option trading basics. Then we become elite investors by focusing in on the inter-relationship between the […]

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Covered Call Writing and the Blue Collar Premium Report

Successful covered call writing requires proper stock and option selection. With the significant increase in our premium membership subscriptions over the past several months we have received dozens of inquiries […]

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Bernie Madoff Revisited

Oh no, not another Bernie article! Sorry folks, I couldn’t resist. I have such an interest in this story on so many levels. Madoff was claiming to use a strategy related to […]

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The Blue Collar Stock Market Meets the S&P 500

With all the negativity surrounding our economy, with the stock market testing its November lows and with consumer confidence on life support, this author is about to write a positive […]

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