April Option Investing – EDC Covered Calls

EDC went on quite a ride over the past few weeks. At first glance, this one of those times that selling covered calls did not appear as profitable as trading. But that’s not the whole story.

Since my trading system isn’t set up to trade EDC in a way that would allow me to capture the price action last month, I can safely say that I wouldn’t have made as much money as I would like to think.

And this morning’s drop hit. Can’t say I wasn’t glad to NOT own EDC…it almost fell 10%! Since I did not own anything, it was a buying opportunity, rather than a crying opportunity.

I’ve noticed a trend (totally unscientific observation) that individual investments usually bottom right around lunchtime. I don’t know why this is, but it allows me to keep my powder dry without feeling anxious that I’m going to miss out.

I ended up selling May 20 call options with a $39.35 strike price for $2.40 and $2.60.

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About T. Knight
Blogging about my journey to financial independence via investing for cashflow.

One Response to April Option Investing – EDC Covered Calls

  1. Arletta Arnt says:

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