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Options 101: Covered Call Research

July 22, 2015

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Coach T walks through a research session for covered calls in this Options 101 video.

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12 Replies to “Options 101: Covered Call Research”

  1. MattQuattrochi MattQuattrochi says:

    Why is this video designated private?

  2. PearlLi PearlLi says:

    Tim,

    This video does not show. It says its private.

    Pearl

  3. Phillip Kilcrease says:

    Got it fixed for everyone.

  4. RyanSmart says:

    Where can I get that TTOSV2 sheet at?

  5. TroyMitchell TroyMitchell says:

    Loved the video as covered calls are quickly becoming my thing right now. I would be interested in a presentation on weekly covered call strategies as that is what I primarily do.

  6. @Troy

    We are developing a covered call series with a Mentor from Canada named Greg Holmes. Should be up and running sometime in Sep or Oct.

  7. STEWGILGIS says:

    This was very helpful. As the video went along, I entered the same data into my TTOSv5 spreadsheet.

  8. KRISHNAVEDULA says:

    Hi Tim, this video is very helpful. I am looking for the TTOSv5 sheet and I emailed you for it. Please share the sheet once you get a chance.

  9. Done and done! Thanks for watching Krishna!

  10. LINDSAYPOULIN says:

    Hi Tim,
    The video is a little blurry so its hard to see the fine print in Think or Swim. When you are picking the “Call Sold” on the excel spreadsheet (column F), is that the same thing as the Strike Price in Think or Swim? And is the “Credit” (column H is spreadsheet) the same thing as the “Ask” Price in Think or Swim?
    Thanks!
    Lindsay

  11. THat’s right Lindsay, Call Sold = Strike Price. Try going directly to YouTube from the link and see if the resolution changes.

    Glad you watched it!

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