Dear Patriots,
Lloyd here. Candidly, asking for contributions is not in my nature. The bottom line is I can not influence the masses with my unique God inspired common sense take on America’s political condition without your assistance. Please contribute.
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3 comments for “DONATE

  1. Wanda Jones
    October 1, 2014 at 7:55 pm

    Wonderful writer with so much common sense it is a sure thing to say liberals will be saying , …it is a sure thing liberals will be saying FOX is paying him or it is Bush’s fault he speaks out…thank God for such as Mr. Marcus…I will be donating and buying his music…

  2. October 21, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    Hi Anna,My name is Skyler and I’m very interested in coreved calls. I just have a few questions on the matter. First of all, the order of doing things is this: buy the underlying stock, set the stop loss, then sell the call, correct?I was wondering if you know the easiest way to figure out where to set the stop loss in order to at least break even. I just thought I’d ask because I know you have to take into consideration the premium and the commission. I started a demo on the website you posted,, and I have been buying 1000 shares of one company then selling 10 calls. Am I doing this right? I thought I would do this and figure it out before starting into getting in the habit of stop losses since it’s just a demo. Ahh! I have so many questions for you haha. I have followed your idea of looking at the IV and just looking for the nearest + price to buy the call on. I’ve also checked the charts to see what kind of trend the stock is in to try and get a better idea of where it will go.One thing I can’t seem to figure out is how to find out the premium I would receive when buying the call.So here’s an example of what I’ve been doing. Let’s say I buy 1000 shares of XYZ at $21.33. Then I would go and sell 10 February 25th calls that are set at $22 and they’re $.40. The underlying stock most always goes up and I get a profit and it’ll go up and down but it almost always stays positive. The calls, however, are almost never positive. My position with them is -10 which is obvious because I’m selling 10 of them but then I’ll always be in the hole in the profit/loss column. Am I doing something wrong?I NEED YOUR HELP! hahaThanks a ton-Skyler

  3. December 9, 2015 at 12:33 am

    Now I feel stupid. That’s cleared it up for me

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