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Covered call basics — #SaxoStrats webinar
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Video / 13 October 2016 at 10:16 GMT

Covered call basics — #SaxoStrats webinar

Georgio Stoev
Selling covered calls is a popular strategy among investors looking to generate income from a long stock position. Georgio Stoev, Futures and Listed Options product manager at Saxo Markets, explores the strategy in this webinar.

See the webinar calendar and archive here.
Market Predator Market Predator
I recommend this presentation. Job well done as usually, Georgio. And OIC tools are valid extension. So far I underestimated them.
Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
Thx MP!
AlexF AlexF
Hi Georgio one question I did a covered call on Alibaba as I intend to keep my share (entered at 65), The covered call now is up nealry 80% would you suggest to buy it and do another one with a strike price a bite lower and get the premium as waiting till 18th november for another 20% may not be that interesting
Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
Yes, roll out into November
AlexF AlexF
ChristianK ChristianK
Hi Georgio. Excellent webinar. Could you please share the presentation. Also, can you do a covered call against a long CFD that you hold? Thx.
Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
Thx for your feedback. A long CFD position cannot be used in combination with short call for the same underlying, at least as of today.
What one could do is sell a short call spread for premium, defined risk as you are short and long a call(-1 18 nov ABC 100 call/+1 18 Nov ABC 105 call).


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