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6 Responses to “#wahm #homebiz Covered Calls Made Easy: Generate Monthly Cash Flow by Selling Options”

  1. Anonymous says:
    32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Save your money, April 27, 2017
    By 
    PortsmouthNH

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    Provides very basic info – the same type of basic info that you could get by simply googling covered calls. He has an ok writing style and gives good examples but one can read the book in ten minutes. It’s that short. It doesn’t even have page numbers. It’s like he was too embarrassed to document that there’s only 20 pages and it’s more of an article than a book. Honestly, save your money and just Google covered calls to get the same type of info. I feel this article was misrepresented as a book. This is not a book. I will be throwing this “book” away like I threw away the money I spent on it.
    Edit- Holy Sh*%. I’m reading the reviews and they are obviously fake and probably paid for by the author. Buyer beware. If you buy and read this, then you will see what I mean. Save your money.
  2. Anonymous says:
    53 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pleasantly Surprised, August 16, 2015
    By 
    Data (Florida)

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    This review is from: Covered Calls Made Easy: Generate Monthly Cash Flow by Selling Options (Kindle Edition)
    I was debating whether to give this ebook 5 stars or 4 stars. I think my perfect rating would be 4.5 stars. I went with 5 stars however for the following reasons.

    PROSs
    This book was short but to the point. I didn’t get a lot of mumbo jumbo. It delved right into covered calls. Moreover, this book used real world examples. So, you won’t see the author trying to sell stock on XYZ company. Rather, the author picked one company (KO) and stuck with KO for the remainder of the book. I liked that.

    The links that the author provided were very helpful. Even though I am writing this review in August 2015, I was able to go back and see where the author got his numbers from and was able to arrive at the same numbers.

    In my opinion, the biggest pro to this book, and one of the reasons why I went with the 5 stars instead of the 4, was that the author provided his exact approach to how he picked stocks (I didn’t have to purchase that information separately), and he even suggested a few stocks that, at the time of his writing, qualified based on his criteria. I’ve tried reading a lot of information about covered call writings and either, in those cases, the books or articles dealt with theoretical numbers or even if they dealt with actual numbers, I haven’t found many that talks specifically, step-by-step, how they go about selecting the stocks. This book does. It was simple and again to the point and that’s what ultimately make me give this a 5 star rating.

    CONS

    Although I gave this book 5 stars, it is by no means perfect. I really liked the fact that the author picked Coca Cola (KO) and used that throughout the book. However, I thought the content, though on point, was a bit too concise. It would have been awesome if the author picked another company or two, maybe in a different sector, just for comparison.

    Also, there is little advice on how best to manage a position once entered and even an exit strategy. For the advice that was there, the author doesn’t do the best job of explaining the material in the most simplest of languages and so sometimes, a beginner such as myself have to reread the material.

    In addition, although the author mentioned one broker, there was no real focus on how to select a broker, etc. In other words, this book was very narrowly focused on the covered call strategy (which is not necessarily a bad thing) and not so much about investing overall, risk management, or any of those other important concepts that one should know before investing.

    Finally, the bonus chapter about how to do covered calls using a small account I thought was a bit more complex and confusing that the actual content in the book.

    SUMMARY

    I think the positives vastly outweigh the negatives. That being said, consider the price of the book. I don’t think the author expects you to pick up this book, read it today and start investing in covered calls tomorrow. May he does, I don’t know. I think anyone interested in covered call writing should do their due diligence first. I can say this much. I have been interested in covered call writing for a few months and never felt like I had the courage or adequate education to just do it. After reading this book, at least I have a starting point on how to pick stocks. Armed with this information along with all the other reading and/or research I’ve done, I feel as if I am ready to start trading a small position to learn the process.

  3. Anonymous says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Useless if you’ve ever traded stocks or options before, June 22, 2017
    By 
    Taimur H.

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    This review is from: Covered Calls Made Easy: Generate Monthly Cash Flow by Selling Options (Kindle Edition)
    This books is more like a simple article. No rigorous analysis or data or research. On the plus side it takes 20 minutes to read.
  4. Anonymous says:
    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Buy!, October 25, 2015
    By 
    rdgg

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    This review is from: Moving Averages 101: Incredible Signals That Will Make You Money in the Stock Market (Kindle Edition)
    people who would attenpt to buy this book might question the author, they would ask.. For someone who has been trading for 20yrs why does he concentrate on just moving averages, RSI and MACD?? that is the beauty of the book, it shows that lesser indicators and a firm and disciplined trading plan by following your signals (not emotions) can go a long way. Steve has got it right. Buy this book together with the calm trader and the 39 most powerful stock market rules and you are good to go!
  5. Anonymous says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a very useful book for anyone interested in using stock charts as …, April 8, 2018
    By 
    Leonard (NB,Canada)

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    This review is from: Moving Averages 101: Incredible Signals That Will Make You Money in the Stock Market (Kindle Edition)
    I have both the paper and digital copies. The charts are much easier to read with the digital version. This is a very useful book for anyone interested in using stock charts as part of the investing process. The chapters are relatively short, easily read and understood. I am retired and self-direct my retirement funds to generate income. Not an active trader but much more of a trend follower so I look to exit a position when the trend appears to be turning negative. I recommend this book.
  6. Anonymous says:
    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Book, July 30, 2015
    By 
    dave

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    This review is from: Moving Averages 101: Incredible Signals That Will Make You Money in the Stock Market (Kindle Edition)
    This has to be this easiest, simplest description of moving averages I have read. Steve does a great job at showing and telling you what they do and how to trade them, and also in conjunction with indicators. I read a lot of books and though I already knew about the moving averages, I still feel I learned more than I knew.

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