1. How To Place A Covered Call Strategy With optionsXpress: Introduction
  2. How To Place A Covered Call Strategy With optionsXpress: What Is The Covered Call Strategy?
  3. How To Place A Covered Call Strategy With optionsXpress: Executing A Covered Call Strategy
  4. How To Place A Covered Call Strategy With optionsXpress: Conclusion

The covered call options trading strategy consists of an investor buying or holding a long position in an asset and writing (selling) call options on that same underlying asset. Retail brokerage firm optionsXpress provides services to traders in the United States and internationally. While optionsXpress specializes in catering to options traders, the firm is also notable for its browser based execution platform as well as the variety of markets tradable from within the platform.


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