4 April, 2022 seen 42On April 1st, 2022, to celebrate my 11 years in Georgia I closed most of my stock and options positions. I took a huge…
On March 30, 2021, I bought additional 6 shares of Apple stock (NASDAQ: AAPL) paying $119.41 per share.
With its quarterly dividend of 0.20 cents per share, this latest buy has a dividend yield of 0.66% and will pay us an additional $1.20 every quarter (before tax). Not the biggest income, but when buying Apple stock I'm are not looking at a dividend alone. instead, I'm looking at a potential value growth and options income from covered calls.
At the start of January, I got an inheritance of EUR 6,061 - I decided to put this money at work in the stock market, both buying stock and using funds as liquidity for option trades. It's planned to deploy all funds in INTC and LI by the end of the year aka dollar-cost averaging and start selling covered calls on these stocks once 100 reached. Closed March with +$696 in income from options trades or 7.82% yield. From the income bought 6 AAPL shares. Looking to double inheritance fund by the end of the year. Betting on LI and Apple.
We now hold in total 14 shares of AAPL, In total, they contribute about $9.52 (after tax) yearly to our dividend income portfolio.
Using dollar-cost averaging our average cost per one AAPL share is $123.63
By now AAPL stock takes 4.96% from our total portfolio.
If we had 100 shares of Apple today (with a buy price of $123.63), we could sell April 30, 2021, covered call (monthly options) with a strike price of $124, to get a $2.78 premium. In case our shares would get called away on the expiry date we would realize $315 income in 30 days, or about 2.54% potential income return
It's planned to buy more AAPL shares once a month until we will reach 100 shares. It looks like we might get there by the end of 2022
86 shares to go!