Capital Wealth Planning
Founder and Chief Investment Officer
Kevin Simpson has been the President and Chief Investment Officer of Capital Wealth Planning, LLC since establishing the firm in 2005.
Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kevin has been investing in options since he began his career at W.H. Newbold's Sons & Co. in 1992. Subsequently he spent 7 years with Wheat First Butcher Singer (later Wells Fargo) where he helped institutions and high-net worth individuals plan and achieve their financial goals through option centered strategies. Following his time at Wheat First Butcher Singer Kevin spent several years at Sterling Financial before establishing Capital Wealth Planning.
Over the years Kevin has shifted Capital Wealth Planning away from a financial planning orientation to an established investment management firm offering separately managed ETF and Equity portfolios that are complemented with a yield enhancing covered call strategy.
A graduate of The George Washington University majoring in Finance, Kevin applies institutional investment management strategies to diversified equity and option portfolios.
BA, Finance, George Washington University
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Surprisingly, covered call writing would be less-than-ideal for your objectives. (And, I say this from someone who sells calls for a living.) Covered calls can actually reduce the risk of a portfolio. The criticism against this strategy is that it can potentially forfeit some of a stock’s upward trajectory. If a stock exceeds your strike price, you will be selling the position. For many investors, covered call writing is a great way to generate extra income and create a modest hedge. However, for an aggressive investor, seeking higher returns with a higher risk profile – a long-only strategy with the potential for greater upside capture may be a better way to go.