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I have successfully used the strategy of covered call option writing personally for almost twenty years. During that time, I have continually looked for books on the subject. I have never yet found one book that both (1) is totally dedicated to providing an education to the investor exclusively on covered call writing, and (2) provides a program for use by the investor to implement a covered call writing strategy. Virtually all of the books on the subject cover the broad spectrum of option investing, including ultra speculative uses as well as conservative ones. In addition, the authors I have encountered seem to feel it is necessary to impress the reader with their knowledge by making the subject matter virtually unintelligible.
I wrote "COVERED CALL WRITING WITH EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS (ETFs)" as well as "COVERED CALL WRITING DEMYSTIFIED" (for use in covered call writing with individual common stocks) because there are no other books like them on the market. All levels of investors who have a basic understanding of the stock market and Exchange Traded Funds can also readily understand them. They have everything an investor needs to actually implement a personal program of covered call writing on ETFs or individual stocks owned or acquired in the future. Excel templates for PC use are included with the books. These are templates Ive developed and used personally to make quality call option writing decisions and to keep accurate records of performance. Manual worksheets are also included so that investors who dont use a computer can fully implement the program.
As a thirty-year career banker and trust officer for Norwest Corporation, now Wells Fargo & Co., one of the nation's largest financial institutions, Paul D. Kadavy was president of numerous banks in three states. He also headed a multi-billion dollar trust department, managed a team of investment professionals, and was a trusted advisor to many of the banks' individual clients. He also subsequently served as president and chief executive officer for another banking enterprise in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is now retired from banking and is a writer, teacher and public speaker.
Kadavy has served on the faculty of the National Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University, The Schools of Banking, Inc., the American Institute of Banking and numerous community colleges in several states. He has been a lecturer on trust, investment and banking subjects to FDIC and Federal Reserve Bank examiners in Washington, D.C. He has been a public speaker for the past twenty-five years.
In addition to authoring Covered Call Writing with Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) , Kadavy has also written Covered Call Writing Demystified, Put Option Writing Demystified, Covered Call Writing with Qs and Diamonds, Writing Uncovered Put and Call Combinations, Short Spider Straddles, Put and Call Option Writing for the Investment Advisor and Financial Planner, Personal Cash Flow and Net Worth Planning Demystified and The Book of World-Class Quotations: The Best of the Best Quotations on Earth. All of his books are available on Amazon.com.
In addition to writing books, he is the author of banking, trust and investment articles for such national publications as Financial Review, Trusts & Estates, Pension World, The Collector/Investor, Cases & Comment and American Bankers Association Trust Management.
He has developed and successfully used the principles in his books for over twenty-five years.
This book is several years old and contains basic information. A diskette is included with the book. Yes a diskette.Published 17 months ago by J. Duckett
I know other reviewer's have said this book contains a lot of theory and it does, but I'm a newbie to the subject and it really helped me understand the topic. Read morePublished on April 27, 2011 by bob
If you are new to investing, this book might be worth reading.
This book needs to spend more time focusing on strategies, the justification for those strategies and... Read more
As noted in the other reviews, this book is for investors who are new to covered call writing. The text is an easy read - I finished the book in two hours. Read morePublished on December 10, 2006 by Fred J. Penney
I bought this book as an investor heavily involved in ETFs/Index funds that broadly cover the US and Global markets. Read morePublished on December 8, 2006 by C P
This most basic document is tied with new vehicle to benefit from that exposure, offering little in way of what strategies lend themselves to that vehicle. Read morePublished on November 9, 2006 by K. Workman
The thoughts discussed in this book are nothing short of revolutionary in terms of investment strategy and expected return implications. Read morePublished on February 23, 2004 by Joseph A Speeney
This book was written for investors that are new to covered call writing and want the diversification they can get from ETFs. Read morePublished on August 12, 2003