Options Expiration – November 2017

I’m slammed for time today, so just a very brief update to offer for now.

I had one QQQ November $149 naked put expire worthless today and replaced. While QQQ was trading at $154.28, I sold one QQQ January $153 naked put for $2.87 and received $286.32 after paying $0.68 in commission.

I had one IWM November $149 naked put that was going to finish in the money and so I rolled it. While IWM was trading at $148.59, I bought to close my November put for $0.46 and sold to open one IWM January $148 naked put for $3.41. I received $340.32 after paying $0.68 in commission for the January put.

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