Two interesting trends are continuing with the ETF scanner. First, the “xolitility” continues to stabilize. This means that the high yield on ETF covered calls 30 to 90 days ahead aren’t as numerous nor as high as they have been since 2006. Secondly, there continues to be heavy plays in commodities (oil, ag, metals, etc) which makes sense given the problems in Egypt and middle east.
I am highly contemplating a long play SELLING January 2012 UNG covered calls and BUYING January 2013 UNG calls and will post later if that happens.
Here’s the link to ETF Covered Calls.
Here’s the link to ETF Naked Puts.
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