|just for u singh, here's an example of an options conversion i did and how it worked.|
on this trade, it is related to a holding of 500 shares of tesla (just for example purposes).
with the stock at 35.25, i sold the 500 shares and sold 5 apr $45 puts for 10.50.
effectively this gets me long the stock at 34.50. to complete the conversion you need to buy calls.
the $45 calls were trading at 5c. that's the natural pair with the $45 puts on a conversion.
but because the call option pricing was so screwed up, i instead did the apr 40 calls, around 20c.
i used the full differential i collected and bought 18 of the $40 calls.
now those $40's yesterday you can easily unload at $5. so you make 1800 x $5 = $9000. meanwhile the puts drop in value too, down by $7, so there i made 500 x $7 = $3500.
so taking those 500 shares and converting carefully to options conversions which have no added risk vs the shares and no additional cost, i made $12500 on a $10 move vs. $5000 if i had owned the stock.
my daily motivational reading, what the high and mighty penny pumpers say about luv:
"any knowledge you currently have about trading, finance, accounting, etc... that i don't, are things i can fully absorb within a relatively short period of time if its really important to do so... on the other hand, i am quite certain that you are incapable of grasping even 20% of the knowledge i've gained in math, associated algorithmic coding, physical chemistry, solid-state physics, materials science and engineering over decades of study."
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There are those who follow marketers, and those who follow markets.
The marketers feast on their followers; the traders feast on the markets." -luvb2b
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| Reply to singhtelecom - Msg #750 - 04/01/2013 14:07|
Re: With all due DD / I really appreciate Sir.
I bet you had to dig hard too those messages whre trades were posted.
I was in Kuwait and now in Oman with AF so I am in and out .
If I had seen those, I could have made$$$$ . may be next pick.
Its never too late.
Dig someDD on MNKD .
CEO put millions in it and phase 3 is due in August.
Last time it was rejected by FDA for a minor thing.
could be triple by august,
I have been watching since $2.00 and still watching.