Next Inning Technology Research Identifies Winning Option Writing Strategies on Undervalued Stocks
Throughout this challenging period in the market, Editor
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The Black-Scholes model doesn’t take into account intrinsic value when valuing options, only volatility and time. In a high volatility environment, there is often an opportunity to “harvest” a premium by writing options in high quality stable companies with limited downside risk to intrinsic value. Next Inning has applied this approach to the technology sector in the past with success, has recently identified several new ideas, and will publish a several more taking advantage of these anomalies.
McWilliams also looks at these topics:
– Why does McWilliams think the price of DNP is artificially depressed? Does he think the 12%+ dividend is safe?
– How can investors lock in returns greater than 20% with Pfizer and, at the same time, drop their risk exposure below what it would be if they just held the stock?
– What strategy can investors use to lock in a 28% return with a very low risk exposure in the Tech sector?
– Why does McWilliams think Analog Devices is destined to beat its guidance this quarter? How can investors lock in a 41% total return with Analog Devices, yet expose themselves to less risk than a typical Analog Devices shareholder?
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