This trade was actually executed on Tuesday 09/27/16. I didn’t get a chance to write about it until today. I walked through all of the core philosophies elements of my investment thesis process way back in January. Additional discussions can be found in the posts from August when I sold puts in GILD. This is… Read More DGI Adventure 10-1-16 Sold Cash Secured Put – Gilead Sciences, Inc (GILD) – $74.50 strike – Oct 28 Expiration
As the month was winding down, I felt like I was a little light in options income. Plus I’ve had a ton of positions expire this month (and three more expiring Friday), so the dry powder was burning a hole in my pocket. Like everyone else, I feel like I’m waiting for the other shoe… Read More DGI Adventure 08-31-16 Sold Cash Secured Put + Investment Thesis – Helmerich & Payne (HP) – $55.00 strike – October 21 Expiration
This trade was actually executed on Tuesday 07/26/16. I didn’t get a chance to write about it until today. I completed an investment thesis as recently as January of this year, so this post will not necessarily cover all aspects of the core philosophies article on my investment thesis process. As mentioned, I completed this… Read More DGI Adventure 08-02-16 Sold Cash Secured Put – Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD) – $79.00 strike – Aug 12 Expiration
I increased my stake in GPS yesterday. I placed a limit order to buy 100 shares at $18.33/share on Tuesday when the price opened down 11% over night after management revised their Q1 earnings forecast. I had to wait a bit…but not too long to get filled. I set the limit order during the low… Read More DGI Adventure 05-13-16 Limit Order Executed – The GAP Inc. (GPS) – $18.15/share
valuewalkposts: By Rupert Hargreaves Should you buy a company after it has cut its dividend? That’s the question Morgan Stanley’s analysts have tried to answer in a European Equity Strategy research note. Also see Dividends: A Review Of Historical Returns Morgan’s research has been prompted by renewed investor interest in dividend cuts. Against a depressed… Read More Should You Buy A Stock After A Dividend Cut?