Trade Thesis for Nvidia Corp. (NVDA):
- Nvidia broke out to new highs recently, creating a nice opportunity for cash-secured puts.
- The best way to learn and master the Triple Income Wheel strategy is by repetition.
- Strike Zone is $149.00 - $173.00
Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) reports earnings this week and the shares appear to be priced for perfection. That said...there are certain stocks that you just don't sell!
Nvidia certainly falls into that category. If any company deserves a high multiple today, it's certainly Nvidia. The company has its hands (and chips) in three of the biggest growth segments in technology: Gaming, cryptocurrency, and 5G (not to mention its importance in auto/self driving!).
In fact, it's a stock that you should probably ADD to your position on any meaningful pullback. Buy the dip through cash-secured puts!
Trade Analysis (Click the video below)
Cash-Secured Put Analysis
Based on your personal risk tolerance, consider the following cash-secured put options with various risk/reward profiles
(target monthly yield = 1.5%-3.0%)
NVDA Sept 17th $185.00 Put
Price (Premium): ~$3.65
MoS %: 7.3%
(target monthly yield = 1.0%-1.5%)
NVDA Sept 17th $175.00 Put
Price (Premium): ~$1.81
MoS %: 12.3%
(target monthly yield = 0.5%-1.0%)
NVDA Sept 17th $170.00 Put
Price (Premium): ~$1.26
MoS %: 14.8%
AMY % = Average Monthly Yield % / MoS % = Margin-of-Safety %
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