I was eventually able to sell 18 CALLs of HTZ at a strike of $1.00 for a premium of $0.15 for the June 5, 2020 expiration. I believe it was partially executed twice before being fully filled. HTZ closed today at $0.89. The $1 CALL opened at $0.10. It had a range for the day of $0.05 - $0.15. I don’t know how much longer this stock is going to keep trading on the NYSE and I’d prefer that it finish above $1 at the end of the week and I have the shares called away from me. I’d rather not go into next week having to decide if I’m going to sell CALLs at a $1 strike or a $0.50 strike.
I sold one PUT of GPRO at a strike of $4.00 for a premium of $0.05 for the June 5, 2020 expiration. I had hoped to sell two contracts, but it didn’t fetch a premium of $0.05 for much of the day. The $4 CALL opened at $.05. It had a range for the day of $0.01 - $0.05.
I sold 13 PUTs of HPE at a strike of $9.50 for a premium of $0.10 for the June 5, 2020 expiration. HPE closed today at $9.76. The $9.50 PUT opened at $0.16. It had a range for the day of $0.08 - $0.17. I had set my price at $0.30 and then dropped it to $0.20 and $0.15 before bringing it to $0.10.
I sold 3 CALLs of PG at a strike of $117 for a premium of $0.80 for the June 5, 2020 expiration. PG closed today at $117.25. It had opened the day at $116 and started out the day trading down. I had originally set my price at $1.30. The CALL opened the day at $0.99. It had a range for the day of $0.79 - $1.52. So, unfortunately, I caught it on the low end and could have done better if I waited for longer during the day. The last sold was $1.38.
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