Covered Call Option for Dummies!

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Please support us at: Check out Ebook "Mind Math" from Dr. Garg: But, options are quoted in the market on a per-share basis so when you see an option price quoted at $1.60 that means it's $160 per option contract (because each contract controls 100 shares). If you owned 100 shares of stock, you could sell 1 call option against it and receive $160. If you owned 400 shares of stock, you could sell 4 call options against it (not 400 call options) and receive 4 x $160, or $640. And, if you own less than 100 shares of stock you can't create a covered call position from it. Follow us on Facebook: Website: Twitter: Linkedin: Google+:

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