Posted by Martin May 25, 2017

Options Trade: TECK Iron Condor trade (ROTH IRA)

Opening another TECK Iron Condor in ROTH IRA:   BTO 1 TECK Jul7 14.00 put STO 1 TECK Jul7 16.00 put STO 1 TECK Jul7 21.00 call BTO 1 TECK Jul7 23.00 call   @ 0.35 credit limit   TECK @ 18.64   Trade executed at 0.35 (or $35) credit.   IV of the trade: Continue reading →

ETE triple play – dividend capture trade

UPDATE: May 22, 2017   The trade executed today morning and we collected 0.35 or $35 dollars credit. Now we will wait until expiration which is in June 23, 2017 for the call either expire worthless (if the stock stays below $19.50 strike) or ends in the money (ITM) in which case we will get Continue reading →

Posted by Martin May 22, 2017

TECK Iron Condor trade (ROTH IRA)

UPDATE: May 22, 2017   The trade executed this morning. As the old Iron Condor closed, this new opened and we are in the trade. We collected 0.35 credit or $35 dollars. Now we will wait for this trade to develop. We also placed buy back orders for both our short legs (to buy back Continue reading →

Posted by Martin May 22, 2017

TECK Iron Condor (ROTH IRA)

UPDATE: May 22, 2017 TRADE CLOSED   Today morning, our puts closed for 0.05 debit. This closes our Iron Condor with 13.20% profit in 32 days and 150.56% annualized return.  

Posted by Martin April 28, 2017

April 2017 dividend income

April dividend and options trading in our ROTH IRA account has been very successful. From the dividend income perspective it was the best month so far. Both incomes also helped the account balance growth although the stock market shows a lot of bearishness and fear. However, last few days in the markets boosted the value Continue reading →

DIVIDEND CAPTURE – TRIPLE PLAY (ETE) TRADE ENDS

Back in December 2016 I opened a triple play trade using Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. (ETE) as underlying. I was selling cash secured puts as long as I got assigned into the stock. After I got assigned, I kept the stock, collected nice dividend, and started selling covered calls. Today, my covered calls ended in Continue reading →

March 2017 dividend income

March 2017 is over. It was quite fast. I almost haven’t noticed. And many things happened in March. Good or bad. But financially, I did well and actually better than expected; both in dividend income and options trading income. This month, we received $85.86 dollars in dividends. It is slightly less dividends than last month. Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 04, 2017

February 2017 dividend income

We are once again at the end of the month. I still feel like the month just started and it is time to report our achievements in dividend investing (and options trading which I will publish in my next post). This month, we received $87.79 dollars in dividends. I am happy about it for two Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 28, 2017

January 2017 dividends

January is over and it is time to report our achievements. We, in our company, decided that this blog would report our business trading revenue only and not my personal dividend growth strategy. But then we received a few emails from our readers that they wished to see those dividend reports here on this blog Continue reading →

Why dividend investors are selling and why they will regret it

  A few last months I noticed that dividend growth investors are selling their stocks and they say it is because of valuation. This post was inspired by them and the latest post by my friend Ferdis publishing at his blog DivGro and his latest post. The argument goes that the stock market is too Continue reading →