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Pfizer Inc. Message Board

  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha May 24, 2013 2:48 PM Flag

    isn't it amazing

    that just a few short months ago, we were being told that pfe was the ONLY company on which long term naked puts could be sold that would produce such huge returns for those choosing to make such plays?

    now, (NOW???) there suddenly seem to be so many other companies that are offering the opportunity to employ such methods to make big gains.

    does anyone here really believe that there aren't many REAL professionals out there that have the same (but not elf-proclaimed) expertise being spouted here?

    REAL professionals: those that have all the modern technological search tools using programs. algorithms, etc that produce such results instantaneously.

    they're not hardly the kind of people that would need their computer repairman every time their computer needs to be defragmented or have their cookies deleted.

    is this a GOAD??? of course it is. i have a license to do it, don't i , PINOCCHIO??????

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    • It's obvious that you are losing your marbles, old-timer. I made my money in Pfizer BUYING DEEP IN THE MONEY LONG-TERM CALLS - not selling long-term puts.

      Show me where I ever said that Pfizer was the only company where good profits could be made selling naked puts. The best returns that I have had selling naked puts comes from BAC and JCP - not Pfizer.

      I dare you to show me a single post where I said that Pfizer was the only stock suitable FOR LONG-TERM PUTS. I never said anything of the sort.

      This time you really shot off your BFM and I'm not at all shy about calling you out on it. By the way, did you have to BLOW HARD with those 82 candles?

      There really ought to be competency tests required for those in their dotage that still want to post on these message boards. Why should folks hve to put up with this?

      • 1 Reply to fizrwinnr11
      • It's obvious that you are losing your marbles, old-timer. I made my money in Pfizer BUYING DEEP IN THE MONEY LONG-TERM CALLS - not selling long-term puts.
        .................................................................................................................................................
        For those willing to stick it out, can there be a SAFER investment than selling deep-out-of-the-money Pfizer naked puts at the brokerage I use?

        Deep-out-of-the-money PFE puts: You almost can't lose by fizrwinnr11 •Feb 27, 2011 9:15 AM

        chrttwelve • Sep 26, 2010 3:38 AM
        Selling deep, out-of-the-money naked puts vs. buying the stock

        I never even calculate cash-covered returns on puts because I sell naked puts - not cash-covered ones.
        It's just preposterous to talk about stocks like Pfizer with solid earnings going to zero. When I sell 15-strike naked puts on that one, as lenient as my brokerage is I still have to have about two points of protection from the strike - or down to $13 on the stock.

        .........................................................................................................................
        that's just a small sampling.

        SO, if you didn't make your money selling naked puts, but by buying deep in the money l/t calls, did you LOSE money selling naked puts?

        jump PINOCCHIO; JUMP!!!!

    • Goad? License? PINOCCHIO? Old bird's who continually try to prove they are smarter than the "CO"?

      I hope you find your way home safely.

      In the Chisos................LMAO..............................

    • aw geez, do any of you fellas know that it's also amazing that i can still...

      uh oh,

 
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