Poor Man’s Covered Call Tutorial – Covered call with lower cash outlay. PMCC!

Saling tutorial
This video is about the mechanics of the Poor Man’s Covered Call (PMCC) along with a breakdown of how to setup and approach this type of trade. Examples for this trade are on Fidelity. Thanks for watching!

If you are interested in joining Seeking Alpha you can use the link below. Use ‘Premium 40 off’ to receive a discounted rate.
As an affiliate of Seeking Alpha, I do receive compensation for signups with this link. My opinion is my own and does not reflect those of Seeking Alpha and this video is not a recommendation or advice for any particular security.

Start the day off right with a 10% return!
Earn $10 for signing up and depositing $100 on M1 with this link:

0:00 Intro
1:22 PMCC Basic Setup
3:27 Long Call Characteristics
6:17 Short Call Characteristics
7:35 Setting up the Long Call
11:29 Setting up a Short Call
13:18 Diagonal Spread Setup
14:05 But what if?

Related videos:
Buying Call Options

Buying ETFs with options

REIT meets covered call

Selling QQQ Options

Selling SPY Options for Monthly Income

Trading Options on Fidelity – Basic options and how they work with live examples on Fidelity

Selling Covered Calls

Monthly Dividend Stock Meets Covered Call

Understanding Basic Options

QYLD Review

Additional Tags:
Rolling options for income, Rolling a put, Rolling a call, Rolling up and out, Income ETF, JEPI, High dividend ETF, option strategies, cash secured puts, simple option trades, Covered call options, ATM covered calls. SPY ETF, Selling Options, QQQ Options, QQQ vs VOO, Options for Income, Options during earnings, PMCC, Poor Man’s Covered Call.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Best Black Friday Helly Hansen deals – waterproof wear for sailors
how to selling on Instagram English tutorial -7 #facebook #instagram
Top helming tips to keep your yacht balanced
Stable Diffusion 2.0 – What you need to know!
Chartering a Sailboat in Mexico!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *