Sometimes I scan for potential Covered Call trades and come up with some desirable trade ideas. The idea is to buy the underlying shares and selling the calls with the intent of keeping the premium and losing the shares at a profit. So after I do this kind of sort I have to look deeper into the companies to see if they are companies I wouldn't mind owning in the event the stock reverses lower and I don't end up selling the shares at a profit. That's usually the determining factor on which trade I execute.
That said, here's 16 companies that have call options available that would be lucrative to sell. With further research they may also have Put options the would be lucrative also if sold. Now I have to decide which of these I'd like to trade.
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