Short Squeeze and Stock Options part II | PowerOptions Web Log
We’ve received a lot of questions, interest and comments regarding the article on short squeezes, “Short Squeeze and Stock Options”, so we’re going to follow that up with another article on short squeezes. If you had followed the covered call investing position for Bank of the Ozarks (OZRK) selected in the previous short squeeze article, you would be sitting pretty right now, as the price of the stock has increased and the time value of the November 22.5 call option is approaching zero, so an investor could have already made about 3% on the covered call position for OZRK. Sign up now for PowerOptions 14-day free trial Better yet, someone investing in the covered calls position could roll the November 22.5 call option into a December 25 call option and potentially make another 3% over the next month. See what the stock option experts are doing Sign up now for...
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