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2022 Week 42 investing and trading report

I traded very little last week. Instead, I was accumulating shares of stocks I want to own, such as Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon (AMZN, right now, when we are seeing CFAs and other people predicting Amazon to go bankrupt, again, it is time to accumulate this stock), Main (MAIN), and others.

Our NetLiq-cash-buying power ratio is improving, allowing us to accumulate more shares:

Cash - Net-Liq - BP 42

Our trading delivered +$258.00 premiums last week ending October 2022 at +$2,646.00 (+4.66%) options income. Our net-liq value increased by +1.78% to $56,812.43 value. That is still a terrible result. Our overall account is now down -45.71% YTD.

Here is our investing and trading report:


Account Value: $56,812.43 +$1,008.77 +1.78%
Options trading results
Options Premiums Received: +$258.00    
01 January 2022 Options: +$8,885.00 +8.36%  
02 February 2022 Options: +$10,009.00 +10.34%  
03 March 2022 Options: -$1,662.00 -1.47%  
04 April 2022 Options: +$1,047.00 +1.19%  
05 May 2022 Options: +$8,604.00 +11.32%  
06 June 2022 Options: +$9,691.00 +13.73%  
07 July 2022 Options: +$8,717.00 +11.39%  
08 August 2022 Options: +$7,987.00 +12.15%  
09 September 2022 Options: +$2,997.00 +5.76%  
10 October 2022 Options: +$2,646.00 +0.10%  
Options Premiums YTD: $58,921.00 +103.71%  
Dividend income results
Dividends Received: $24.85    
01 January 2022 Dividends: $303.38    
02 February 2022 Dividends: $732.81    
03 March 2022 Dividends: $393.74    
04 April 2022 Dividends: $337.31    
05 May 2022 Dividends: $343.99    
06 June 2022 Dividends: $445.80    
07 July 2022 Dividends: $367.66    
08 August 2022 Dividends: $683.58    
09 September 2022 Dividends: $555.20    
10 October 2022 Dividends: $272.23    
Dividends YTD: $4,435.70    
Portfolio Equity
Portfolio Equity: $179,600.69 +$22,566.63 +14.37%
Portfolio metrics
Portfolio Yield: 5.89%    
Portfolio Dividend Growth: 15.73%    
Ann. Div Income & YOC in 10 yrs: $152,886.69 75.62%  
Ann. Div Income & YOC in 20 yrs: $43,031,076.49 21,284.70%  
Ann. Div Income & YOC in 25 yrs: $8,345,112,216.73 4,127,788.23%  
Ann. Div Income & YOC in 30 yrs: $19,066,931,150,501.10 9,431,179,817.48%  
Portfolio Alpha: 98.67%    
Sharpe Ratio: 11.58 EXCELLENT  
Portfolio Weighted Beta: 0.44    
CAGR: 266.57%    
AROC: 66.01%    
TROC: 4.48%    
Our 2022 Goal
2022 Dividend Goal: $4,800.00 92.41% In Progress
2022 Portfolio Value Goal: $151,638.03 37.47% In Progress
6-year Portfolio Value Goal: $175,000.00 32.46% In Progress
10-year Portfolio Value Goal: $1,000,000.00 5.68% In Progress


Dividend Investing and Trading Report

Last week we have received $24.85 in dividends bringing our October’s dividend income at $272.23.

Last week, we bought these dividend growth stocks:

– 24 shares of MSFT @ $236.98
I will be accumulating MSFT shares until I reach 100 shares. As of today, I own 30 shares.

– 17 shares of OHI @ $30.86
I decided to add more shares of OHI to increase the holdings to 200 shares, so I could start selling another covered call. As of today, I own 180 shares.

– 5 shares of GPN @ $113.32
GPN was on my radar for some time, so I added a first small position in this company, and I plan to increase it to 100 shares as soon as possible. As of today, I own five shares.

– 10 shares of MAIN @ $34.82
MAIN is another stock that proved to be a good one. I have followed it since 2009 but never pushed the button to buy it. It is a BDC company paying good dividends and not cutting them. So I decided to open my first position, accumulating this stock to reach 100 shares.

Here is a chart of our account equity showing our accumulation goal and the value of all stocks in our account. It shows a nice upward-sloping chart as our equities grow. This is a result of our options trading and using premiums to buy dividend stocks:

Account Equity week 42

And here you can see the dividend income those equities pay us every year:

Annual Dividend Payout week 42


Growth stocks Investing and Trading Report


Last week, we bought the following growth stocks and funds:

  • 30 shares of TMUS @ $135.19
    I finished my goal of accumulating TMUS. I reached 100 shares, and I started selling covered calls.

– 10 shares of SPXL @ $59.94
I believe it is a very good time to accumulate SPXL. This stock will skyrocket when the market reverses and starts going up again.

– 2 shares of TSLA @ $206.00
Tesla is in a buy zone, in my opinion. So, I added a small position and planned to accumulate more shares. I wrote my analysis about TSLA in my weekly newsletter.

– 10 shares of AMZN @ $117.06
I started seeing people on social media saying that Amazon is worthless and possibly going bankrupt. This was a reminiscence of 2014 when people said the same thing when Amazon traded at $360 a share. Fast forward to today, and the stock was at $3,000 a share (pre-split price). So, when people say this, it is time to accumulate the stock.

Options Investing and Trading Report


Last week options trading delivered a gain of +$258.00 making our October options income +$2,646.00.


We were actively trading our SPX strategy that delivered $367.00 gain.


Expected Future Dividend Income

We received $24.85 in dividends last week. Our portfolio currently yields 5.89% at $56,812.43 market value.

Our projected annual dividend income in 10 years is $152,886.69, but that projection is if we do absolutely nothing and let our positions grow without adding new positions or reinvesting the dividends.

We are also set to receive a $6,834.63 annual dividend income ($569.55 monthly income). We are 4.47% of our 10 year goal of $152,886.69 dividend income.

Future Divi on YOC week 42

The chart above shows how our future dividend income is based on the future yield on cost and what dividend income we may expect. The expected dividend growth depends on what stocks we add to our portfolio and the stocks’ 3 years average dividend growth rate. It is interesting to see what passive income we may enjoy 10, 20, 25, or 30 years from now.


Market value of our holdings

Our non-adjusted stock holdings market value increased from $157,034.06 to $179,600.69 last week.

In 2022 we plan on accumulating dividend stocks, monetizing these positions, HFEA strategy, and SPX trading. We plan to raise more of our holdings to 100 shares to sell covered calls. We continued rebalancing our options trades that released buying power significantly. That allowed us to start repurchasing shares of our interest.

Stock holdings trading week 42

We aim to accumulate 100 shares of dividend growth stocks we like and then start selling covered calls or strangles around those positions. We also planned on reinvesting all dividends back into those holdings.

Investing and trading ROI


Our options trading delivered a +4.66% monthly ROI in October 2022, totaling a 103.71% ROI YTD. If our options income stays at this level by the end of the year, we will exceed our 45% annual revenue goal in selling options against dividend stocks.

Our entire account is still down -45.71%.

Our options trading averaged $5,892.10 per month this year. If this trend continues, we will make $70,705.20 trading options in 2022. As of today, we have made $58,921.00 trading options.

Old SPX trades repair


We traded our SPX put credit spread strategy which you will be able to review in my next report. The SPX strategy has held well so far, and our signals kept us from opening new aggressive trades.


Investing and trading report in charts


Account Net-Liq


TW Account trading Net-Liq week 42

This drawdown of our account is extremely discouraging. It’s like all previous gains were all wiped out. But this is just a temporary drawdown. I am not selling any stock positions despite the losses. I will keep buying more shares if possible. I also have losses in my options trades. I am rolling those trades to keep them alive and adjusting them slowly, one by one, until they expire as winners. Then, this terribly-looking chart improves. It will be a long process to get back up, but I am determined.

Account Stocks holding

TW Account holdings week 42

Last week, S&P 500 grew 29.73% since we opened our portfolio while our portfolio grew 7.93%. On YTD basis, the S&P 500 fell -35.03% and our portfolio -21.85%. We are outperforming the market.

The numbers above apply to our stock holdings only. Our overall account net-liq is down by -45.71% this year.

Stock holdings Growth YTD

TW Account holdings Growth YTD

Our stock holdings are starting to outperform the market. Hopefully, this trend will stay, and we will constantly do better than S&P 500.

Our 10-year goal is to grow this account to $1,000,000.00 value in ten years. We are in year two and we accomplished 5.68% of that goal.

Our 6-year goal is to reach $175,000 account value to be eligible for portfolio margin (PM) and today we accomplished 32.46% of that goal.

Our 2022 year goal is to grow this account to a $151,638.03 and today we accomplished 37.47% of this goal.

I am afraid our account is no longer on track to accomplish our 2022 year goal. We may accomplish our dividend and options income goals, but our account balance (Net-Liq) will be down significantly. Of course, if the market finally rallies by the end of the year, it may all change, but if not, we will fail.


Investing and Trading Report – Options Monthly Income

TW Options Trading Income week 42

Investing and Trading Report – Options Annual Income


TW Options Annual Trading Income week 42

Our dividend goal and future dividends


TW Received vs Projected Dividends week 42

We plan to make $4,800.00 in dividend income in 2022. As of today, we received $4,435.70. This is in line with our projected dividend 2022 goal. We also accumulated enough shares to start making $6,834.63 a year. Our monthly projected dividend income is $569.55, and our current monthly dividend income is $369.64.

TW Received vs Future Dividends week 42


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