Buying Google call options $5 x 100 profit 

So last week before the crash I sold Google call of 25 months for $19 when Google was trading at 108

Am trying to buy back Google call at a price of $14 provided Google do $98 so it's a trade range and also a hedge on Google massive fall if it misses estimates next quarter $GOOGL 20250117 120.0 CALL$ $Alphabet(GOOG)$ $Invesco QQQ Trust(QQQ)$ 

Do feature @TigerEvents @Daily_Discussion @TigerStars@TigerStars @Daily_Discussion @TigerEvents What is selling a covered call?

Selling a covered call means opening a contract that gives you the obligation to sell shares of a stock you already own, at a certain price (the “strike price”) up until a set date (“expiration date”). In exchange, you receive an upfront amount (the “premium”) for selling this contract. A typical short call option entails the obligation to sell 100 shares of the underlying stock, and the call is “covered” because you already own the shares you might have to sell.

Because you have this obligation and hold the stock, in general it is beneficial for the stock price to stay relatively flat or increase moderately, and undesirable for the stock price to fall significantly. Your maximum potential profit is limited, but your potential losses are limited too.

Here’s some lingo to describe how your short covered call option is performing relative to the stock price:

In-the-money: The stock price is above the strike price

At-the-money: The stock price is at the strike price

Out-of-the-money: The stock price is below the strike price

When might I use this strategy?

You might consider selling a covered call if you think a stock price will stay relatively stable or rise somewhat in the near future (i.e., you have a neutral-to-bullish outlook). You can only do this on Robinhood if you own enough shares in the underlying stock to cover the short call if it’s assigned.

One reason to use this strategy is to earn additional income on stocks you own. If you’re planning to hold the underlying shares anyway, selling covered calls can be a way to help generate income from the premiums you receive (aka to “monetize” your holdings). But there’s a tradeoff — You give up the potential to profit if the stock price soars above the strike price. When this happens, the call has the potential to be assigned. (Note: Calls are usually assigned at expiration, but can happen at any time beforehand.) Remember, you’re obligated to sell your shares at the strike price if the buyer chooses to exercise the option.

Selling a covered call can also be a way to help protect yourself if the stock price declines. The premium you received for the call can slightly offset your losses. Still, selling a call can’t protect you from losing money if the stock price falls below the breakeven price.



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  • smart choice
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    • Optionspuppy
      Thanks like my artivle and share
      09-22
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  • Becker.224
    ·09-20
    急急急将计就计
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  • 紘瑀
    ·09-20
    Doesn’t seem to make sense
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    • Optionspuppy
      Does ot make sense hedging ?
      09-22
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  • KryZ
    ·09-20
    Nicee!  MSFT might be  of interest too.
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  • Do people belive will reacb $14
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  • Yolly08
    ·09-20
    Nice sharing 👍🏻
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    • Optionspuppy
      APprecaite like the post too
      09-20
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  • Snakewood
    ·09-20
    👌🤔🤔2025??😱🤷‍♂️🙏🤞
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  • WebbBart
    ·09-20
    I hope you can make some money. I would do MSFT instead.
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  • AdamDavis
    ·09-20
    Wow are you sure? Why you so confident about Google?
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    • Optionspuppy
      Its decaying time value . I never say how long . It will reach $14
      09-20
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  • GerryLoh
    ·09-19
    good sharing thanks
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  • GerryLoh
    ·09-19
    good sharing thanks
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  • @TigerEvents @Daily_Discussion @TigerStars do feature this is my humble option that the call will turn at $14
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  • Jjvfkjvh
    ·09-22
    Nice
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  • Kfujcukjch
    ·09-22
    Nicr come come
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  • Kkkkkllvjm
    ·09-22
    Kkk good
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  • Kkkkkllvjm
    ·09-22
    Nice
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  • My.t
    ·09-21
    🤔
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  • Mushizana
    ·09-21
    ok
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  • Teong
    ·09-21
    [微笑][开心]
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  • Newvestor
    ·09-21
    [Strong]
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