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Exit Strategies for Covered Call Writing: Making the most money when selling stock options (English Edition) di [Ellman, Alan]
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Exit Strategies for Covered Call Writing covers option management choices like rolling down, rolling out and many others. It has stock and option charts plus option calculations to explain how to best maximize your covered call writing positions.

This book reveals the best and most effective procedures to manage your stock option positions. After selling a call option, many investors simply permit the result to run its own course through expiration Friday. This will cost you money! By administering well-thought-out exit strategies, based on sound fundamental and technical principles along with your common sense, your profits will be maximized and your losses will be diminished.

Alan Ellman, author of the best-selling Cashing In on Covered Calls, speaks to the average blue collar investors of the world. In a practical and straightforward manner, he offers sound, honest, and easy-to-understand management techniques that will take the mystery out of covered call writing. Inside you will discover and learn about:

-- The key parameters to consider
-- Executing exit strategy trades
-- Profiting with the Ellman calculator
-- And much more

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 198
  • Editore: Wheatmark (15 luglio 2007)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B006Q68HIO
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  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: #125.966 a pagamento nel Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 a pagamento nella categoria Kindle Store)
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pensavo fosse un testo un pò più evoluto, mi sembra inadatto ai tempi veloci di oggi. Va bene per chi inizia, e bisogna prendere anche il precedente
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5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Four Stars 3 dicembre 2016
Di Chipboarder - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Good book but some of the examples got tedious as you get further into the book ...would buy again. which was an extremely volatile 2 months

Update 2/11/17---Still think the book has merits and I recently ordered Ellman's Encyclopedia to go along with it. Several comments about the examples not being realistic because the option prices seemed too high....I researched the "base period" that he used for his examples and it was Oct/Nov 2008 which was an extremely volatile time...The VIX which is a measure of fear/volatility was 60-70. It hasn't been so high in the last 9 years and currently sits about 10. He recommends that you assess the Market Environment and be very cautious if the VIX is over 20. A little inconsistency there! I still like the mechanics of covered calls (especially within an IRA) but 4-5+% per month is not realistic on a continuing basis. I've been using his techniques for the last 6 months and see returns in the 2-3% per month as attainable. Second point...you shouldn't ignore commissions when the returns are $150/trade and commissions are $10 ($20 for in and out). He says he trades 50-70 trades per month ...that's more than lunch money. Still some good ideas..use your filter and take the good.
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent book on Covered Call Writing. Highly recommended!!! 23 maggio 2015
Di Foodie10 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I find Alan Ellman's "Exit Strategies for Covered Call Writing" to be very well written and easy to understand. I read this book and the Encyclopedia book and found both to be excellent. I also attended Alan's seminar on Covered Call Writing that was through the AAII - Los Angeles chapter. That was how I was first introduced to covered call writing. In the book, Alan Ellman goes into the details and spells out step by step in an organized, systematic approach how to write covered calls. I had stayed away from trading options for a long time due to the perceived complexity. It also seemed so time consuming to select a good underlying stock with the right risk/reward relationship so I took a trial subscription to his BCI newsletter to save some time. I work full time. This book is a must read for those who are interested in an income stream but are concerned about the protection of our principal and are risk averse. The book describes the exit strategies in such easy to understand layman's language that will build confidence that you are in control and you can mitigate risk. I have started writing covered calls using the Blue Collar methodology. A caveat is in order: I read the exit strategies book twice and did a walk through and spent a bit of time doing the what if scenarios. But I must say the book is excellent in terms of writing style and organization. I highly recommend this book and the encyclopedia book. I also recommend the BCI newsletter if you want to save time and pick good underlying stocks, which is key. You can do the entire process yourself but it is time consuming.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle An excellent book especially for novices 10 dicembre 2015
Di Patrick - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Options are a complicated financial vehicle.
They can literally be used for foolish gambling with horrible odds, or for quite conservative strategies.

Writing covered calls with a plan for exit falls under conservative strategies, IMO, and Alan's book helps the beginner focus on
the important aspects of this strategy.

He not only cuts out the "noise" but has a methodical plan for closing out your open positions. Not only does he have work sheets, but also he will send you a free calculator you can use. Also the book lists many resources, since trading options requires numerous inputs and levels of understanding of stocks and how they behave.

IMO, he makes a potentially extremely difficult subject much more accessible to the new options trader, and he emphasizes the necessity to understand the concepts and the math.

Work and dedication will be required to become fluent in this activity, and Alan's book, methods, calculator and resource guides are easily worth much more than the price of the book.

Alan also seems quite accessible in that he responded shortly after I requested his free calculator sending me the calculator and the instructions. For those who use Excel, the calculator could be an example for doing your own formulas in your individual spreadsheet, and the formulas on his are accessible for viewing. Note: the Excel calculator is for intermediate to advanced Excel users, should you want to emulate some of its functions.

All in all... a great package!
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle If you trade options for a while, you KNOW you need this! 2 novembre 2016
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Selling options is great, but what do you do when expiration is approaching and things are going badly? This book shows you how to get out of trouble, then explains what to do next. Don't trade options without reading Ellman's stuff! I started with this and it was great, but his first book, "Cashing in on Covered Calls" is a better place to start, then this.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Basic, but ok 14 aprile 2011
Di Jerome I. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is the second book from this author.
It is more aimed to the beginner or the ones who don't want to follow the markets day in and day out.
It discusses what to do when you currently have a covered call position (explained in his first book), depending on what happens to the stock ("the risk is in the stock, not in the option").
For example : if the stock plunges, buy back the calls and sell other ones with a lower strike. The rules are clearly defined and detailed (depending on time left to expiration, premium erosion, etc ...), the book is easy to follow, although there is a lot of filler.
What I like about this book is the "adjustment" process : if a stock plummets, you can recoup a large loss, and even break even on the trade, if you apply a good defense. It is in no way a definitive guide, the author will for example never tell you to buy puts, using the process from selling calls(to keep things simple I think), but it helps nonetheless because it points in the right direction and gives you food for thought.

If you're totally new to this strategy, the book can help you see what can happen and gives clear guidelines.
If you're already selling calls, chances are you already know everything inside, and you may probably already have found your own rules, that may differ from what the author suggests.

All in all, a very basic book, aimed to the lay person ... an advanced trader may feel cheated, but every one could make real good money with it, or at least loose less when stocks go south ... it may be simple, but the information is vital !
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