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Covered Put Tables
This table ranks over 30 cash secured puts trades by their put option yields. The table is updated daily, and all of the yields listed are annualized yields, for ease of comparison, since these trades have varying time periods.

Some of the many advantages of selling cash secured puts:
1. Cash Flow - You get paid the put option premium now, vs. waiting for quarterly dividends.
2. Lower Risk - By selling puts at a strike price below or close to a stock's price/per share, you'll get a lower breakeven, vs. just buying the stock outright.
3. Tax Deferral - If you hold your sold option position open until the next calendar year, you won't be liable for taxes on it until the year after. Ex.) In Jan. 2014, you sell a Jan. 2015 put, and hold it open until its Jan. 2015 expiration. Since it expires in 2015, you won't have to pay taxes on it until April 2016, so you get the use of the put premium $ for over 2 years, before paying taxes on it.
For more details on selling cash secured puts, see our blog article: How To Sell Cash Secured Puts

COMPANY NAME STOCK SYMBOL CURRENT PRICE CHANGE CURRENT SHARE PRICE DIVIDEND PER SHARE $ EX-DATES BEFORE PUT EXPIRATION ANNUAL'D DIVIDEND
YIELD %
PUT OPTION EXPIRATION DATE PUT STRIKE PRICE PUT BID PREMIUM ANNUAL'D PUT YIELD 100% CASH RESERVE AMOUNT BREAK-EVEN PRICE %2-WEEk LOW 52-WEEK HIGH