Well, if I said I sold the Jan 2015 $15 @ 65 cents, there would undoubtedly be howls of protest about selling calls that far out, but I bought this simply as an income holding. Since they pay monthly divs and rates generally are heading higher, I doubt this will see $15 by year's end and if it does, someone can give me the $15 and I'll decide what to do next or I might buy back the calls as they near expiration if they're just slightly in-the-money.
I sold nearer-dated calls originally and bought them back when they dropped in price and then sold the Jan calls when someone on CNBC was talking up the stock. I see it simply as an income enhancement. Since my basis is now down in the mid-$12 range, those calls added a bit more than 5% to this year's income. If Yellen makes a lot of noise and the stock takes a hit, I could buy those calls back and wait for another opportunity to sell some.