I recently wrote about writing a covered call in QSR, which you can read about here. The strike price of this call option was $48.00. While holding this position, the price of the stock went up and up, which means the option premium went up as well.
I decided to buy this option back and then sell a new call option with a $52.00 strike price with a Dec 18 expiration date. The price of the stock has fallen back down to just over $47 a share. So I plan to hold this option until expiration. If it is not assigned I will attempt to write another covered call. As I have to pay an assignment fee of $24.95, I look for collecting premiums of $0.46 per contract before commissions.
Disclosure: Long QSR
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