CallWriter.com Launches New Generation of Covered Call Lists that Update in Real Time All through the Trading Day

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LogiCapital Corporation, which owns and operates callwriter.com, the world's foremost site for covered call writers, announced that it has launched an entirely new generation of its Real Time ListsÂ? of the highest-returning covered call trades designed for writing covered calls.

LogiCapital Corporation, which owns and operates http://www.callwriter.com , the world's foremost site for covered call writers, announced that it has launched an entirely new generation of its Real Time Lists™ of the highest-returning covered call trades designed for writing covered calls. Buoyed by the rising interest in stock option trading and stock option strategies, covered call writing has exploded in recent years. CallWriter.com uses highly advanced software technology to access market data and make trade calculations, which has resulted in new covered call lists that update every few minutes all through the trading day using real-time prices, unlike competitors offering similar lists using stale, end-of-day prices. The new lists offer more information on each trade, such as net debit, downside protection percentage, company industry, average daily stock volume and a proprietary volume momentum indicator. Readers are invited to view a sample of the new covered call screener list.

The Real Time Lists™ now include 13 separate lists of covered call trades, and provide two months of each list. With up to 30 trades per list, our members can scan as many as 780 potential covered call trades any time. The new lists feature the stock, call option strike price and symbol, the flat and if-called returns, net debit and downside protection, open interest on the calls, the stock's average daily volume and any volume momentum, the stock's P/E ratio, two moving averages of the stock's price, and the company's industry. Plus, traders can do the requisite analysis and research on each covered call trade right from our lists, with a mouse click.

Publisher John Brasher pointed out that, "Our older-generation covered call lists were more advanced than any other lists out there. The combination of our proprietary calculator for managing covered call trades and our new lists take us to light speed and clearly establish CallWriter as the most advanced and most useful covered call site in the world. In addition, our advanced software platform will allow us to launch additional sophisticated new lists of different option strategies."

Covered call writing is a simple trading strategy that consists of buying stock and writing call options against it, or writing call options on stock already owned. The sale of call options produces income to the call writer from the underlying stock. Covered writing, an option trading strategy designed to produce a consistent 3% to 5% monthly returns, continues to gain in popularity as traders realize how easy it is to do and how simple the trades are to manage.

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About CallWriter.com:

Callwriter.com, a highly popular Web site for traders devoted to covered call writing, features the world's only Real Time Lists™ of the highest-returning covered call trades, the Trade Management Calculator™, the world's only covered call calculator designed to manage open covered writes for maximum profitability, and extensive free education on covered call writing, stock trading and stock option trading. CallWriter makes the CallWriter Method of covered writing, a complete system encompassing trade selection and analysis, trade planning and trade management, available on its site to members at no extra cost.

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John Brasher, Publisher

CallWriter.com

352-264-8140

john@callwriter.com

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