Monitoring your covered call trades

You have written a covered call, now what? Monitoring your trades is an important part of the trading process. The stock may go up, or down, or not move at all. The OCC and Fidelity talk about different scenarios and potential actions you may consider as well as the myths and misconceptions around covered calls to help you feel more confident in your trades.

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