I first enter options trading for Pinterest stock in March 2021 where I sold a PUT contract and received 7.81% returns in just 16 days. Subsequently, I sold more PUT contracts on Pinterest but the share price started going down and my PUT contract was exercised. Since then, I have been selling covered calls on … Continue reading My Pinterest Stock Dropped Almost 50% But I Am Still Earning Money From It
Fundamental analysis is important in picking the right stock for investment and trading. A stock without sound fundamentals is at a high risk of collapse and bankruptcy, which can wipe off your entire investment. However, if you do not have any financial background to study the financial statement of the company, it would be helpful … Continue reading Facebook Stock Analysis
I bought a low delta Tesla LEAPS on 15 Oct 21, with a strike price of $1500, expiration date on 20 Jan 23 with a delta of 0.194. I pay at a premium of $3750 ($37.50 x 100) and Tesla's price was $839.70 at the time of purchase. It was before Tesla's earnings announcement on … Continue reading I Bought Tesla LEAPS At 3.75k 15 Days Ago (15 Oct 21) And Now It Is Worth $12.6k (236% Profits)
On 28 Oct 21, I sold a PUT contract on Nvidia, with details as follow: Strike Price: $260Date of Expiration: 3 Dec 21 (35 days contract)Premium Collected: $19.50 (7.5% returns) I previously close a PUT contract in 12 days because I thought Nvidia's share price is going up too high and may have a chance … Continue reading I Sold A Put Option Contract For Nvidia (Again) On 28 Oct 21. Why?
Implied Volatility (IV) refers to the probability of the fluctuation in the market price of a stock, in short, it is a prediction of how volatile the stock can be at a certain point. The higher the IV, the more volatile in price movement the stock is expected to be. A stock can have a … Continue reading What Is Implied Volatility (IV) And Why It Matters In Options Trading?
This article is written for anyone who is interested to start your investing journey. There are 4 commonly used strategies that you can consider to help you build wealth and get more out of your investment. 1. Buy and HoldFor fundamentally strong companies which are still growing or paying good dividends, this strategy works best … Continue reading The 4 Strategies Of Stock Investing
On 15 Oct 21, I sold a PUT contract on Nvidia at a strike price $235 and collected a premium of $2025 (8.6%). The contract will expire worthless if Nvidia stays above $235 on 19 Nov 21 (35 days contract). Read more about the article here:I Made 8.6% Returns In 35 Days By Buying Nvidia … Continue reading I Close My Nvidia PUT Option Contract and Made $1405 (5.98%) in 12 days
I receive a few comments when I share that I bought LEAPS contract with a low Delta. Some readers think that I do not understand options trading and that buying a LEAPS contract at a lower delta has an extremely low chance of being successful (at reaching the strike price). However, in a LEAPS contract, … Continue reading I Was Laughed At When I Told Them I Bought LEAPS With A Low Delta
LEAPS stands for Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities, which basically refers to buying a CALL/ PUT option contract with a long expiration date, at least 6 months or more. Essentially, if you are buying a LEAPS CALL, the strategy is to watch the share price grow, which translates to an increase in the value of the … Continue reading How Does LEAPS Works And How I Use LEAPS To Maximise Gains?
There is a recent report showing more Americans choosing to retire earlier. This could be due to health concerns due to the pandemic. But more importantly, they retire because they become richer. While the world struggles to cope with the pandemic, the US stock market is booming and showing no signs of slowing down since … Continue reading The Rich Get Richer, The Poor Get Poorer