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To: Yogizuna who wrote (57)10/6/2000 1:31:39 PM
From: Al's Fun  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 78
What ever works for you is fine....I can never tell when a stock is low or high...I just play the odds as I see them and have done well over the years....This year is my best so far.....
My theory is to sell puts on stock I dont mind owning lower and if I get hit with the stock I sell calls and another put to spread the deal....If the stock really starts falling and I dont want to be in anymore I'll either just sell or sell cheap calls.....It doesnt always work and sometimes I get a lot of stock in a company I wish I didnt....but that is my game...