Tweet By Chris Ebert Covered Call trading is often touted as a great way to earn income from stocks that a trader already owns. The trader sells a Call option on the owned stock and collects a fee known as the option premium. The problem with selling a Covered Call option is that it limits […]

Tweet By Chris Ebert Measuring how hot or cool the S&P 500 stock index is can be done by studying some commonly traded stock options known as Covered Calls. Covered Calls almost always return a profit outside of a Bear market, so conversely, if expiring broad-based $SPY Covered Calls are returning a loss, the market […]

Tweet By Chris Ebert There are millions of ways to analyze the stock market, but there are three simple ways of analyzing the S&P 500 through the options market. Covered Call trades are a good indicator of bullish or bearish sentiment, Long Call trades are a good indicator of bullish strength or weakness, and Long […]

Tweet By Chris Ebert As traders age, all eventually reach a point in their careers of dysfunction, where they cannot preform, very similar to the effects of erectile dysfunction, or E.D. They watch others ride stocks higher as the Dow soars to 21,000; and feel left out somehow. But it is not necessarily a permanent […]