ETF Covered Calls 10-02-2009

Well..well..well cracks are starting to form in the market just like the ETF-Cashinator hinted ;)    Actually, I ran the ETF-Cashinator today and it looks very scary.  There has been an explosion in premiums on puts, meaning people are buying insurance on the market or planning on profiting from a drop.   The call premiums look wild and crazy through all of 2010 and I’m not sure what to make of it.  In any event, here is the report and please note that the BBH options seem to be out of whack.      I am experimenting with Google Docs and I have uploaded the FULL ETF-Cashinator file at the link.  Please provide feedback if you like or don’t like.

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6 Responses to ETF Covered Calls 10-02-2009

  1. davmp says:

    Gotta say, I like the Google Docs format. Much easier to scan through all in a single file. Thanks for trying that out!

  2. Rich says:

    I’m inching closer to automating the whole thing and google docs seems the most cost efficient way of doing it so far but I’ll keep experimenting.

    Thanks for the feedback.

  3. Joe says:

    Nice Website! Thanks for all your great information and good luck with your covered call strategy.

  4. Fletch says:

    So much for the “cracks”, stocks up 4% this week, there best best week since July – I hope your Cashinator didn’t blow a gasget this week. I continue to sell into the strength (including writing calls), but any dips are a buying opportunity. IMO, a pullback of more than 10% this year seems less and less likely as fund managers scramble to catch up.

  5. RichSlick says:

    heh..heh..heh…Wait till the end of October…we’ll see what happens then….

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