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Tackle Today: A Cooking Recipe

August 1, 2019

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The word “cash flow” is magical. Some traders, when they hear it the first time, go crazy. “Here, take my money! Teach me how to do it!”

If you are le chef de cuisine in your family, you know that some recipes require precision and others that do not. The Covered Call, if it was a meal, stays right in the middle. It requires some precision but not too much. There is room for flexibility.

Just like beans and meat, covered calls can be cooked with the pot lid closed, like a pressure cooker, or left semi-opened giving the pressure some room to escape. The former is the conventional Covered Call. The latter is the Ratio Covered Call. Here’s how it works:

Conventional Covered Call (pot lid fully closed)

+100 shares of a Tackle 25 stock
–1 OTM Call
At expiration serves 2 profits.

Ratio Covered Call (pot lid semi-opened)

+200 shares of a Tackle 25 stock
–1 OTM Call
At expiration serves 3 profits.

How do you prefer your Covered Calls, Sir/Ma’am?

Tonight’s Cash Flow Club will be, once again, fully dedicated to the Tackle 25 Covered Call system. Be sure to ask Coach Mark how this recipe works.

If you are not a Pro member yet but want to learn how to cook Covered Calls like a real chef, sign up for a 15-day free trial here.

Chart of the Day

Cooking Covered Calls

This risk graph shows a regular Covered Call. The number of calls sold corresponds to the number of shares bought. In this example, 100 shares bought and 1 OTM call sold.
This risk graph shows a Ratio Covered Call. The number of calls sold DOES NOT correspond to the number of shares bought. In this example, 200 shares bought and only 1 OTM call sold.

Video of the day

How to Prepare Covered Calls (with Theta Research Spreadsheet)

Tim, Cody and Noah work through the Tackle Trading Theta research spreadsheet for building out Covered Calls.

Today’s line up

Rookie Corner

Rookie Corner: Markets, Systems, and Conditions Part IV: The Trades Part 11

“Here we go again on our own!!!” Sorry, about the Whitesnake reference there, it just kinda popped into my head. That statement can be somewhat true when it comes to trading, typically we are on our own when we are placing trades, researching trades and just about every other aspect of trading but that is exactly why we have this blog and the Tackle community, it is so that we can collaborate together and bring a more rewarding experience to the game we so love!

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Held every Thursday before Friday’s option contract expirations, this show helps you perfect your favorite cashflow strategies. Tonight, we will talk about The Tackle 25 Covered Call System.

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