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A Review of the Global X Nasdaq 100 Covered Call ETF (QYLD) – Is it an ideal 12% yielding passive income solution?

A Review of the Global X Nasdaq 100 Covered Call ETF (QYLD) – Is it an ideal 12% yielding passive income solution?

A few months ago, one of my readers asked what I think of this Nasdaq 100 Covered Call ETF (QYLD).

The most appealing thing about this strategy is that it gives us a prevailing distribution yield of 11% currently.

Readers that are more prudent would be more cautious and sceptical about the yield. This is one of the reasons the reader asked for my opinion about.

I think I can see the appeal of this ETF’s strategy for some readers looking for income.

However, I think if we view from the total returns perspective and not a dividend income perspective, this ETF may have the same less than desirable characteristics that stop us from investing in the underlying index.

Let us go deeper into it.

This post was originally posted here. The writer is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @Kyith.

What is the Nasdaq 100 Covered Call ETF (QYLD)?

The QYLD is more of an actively-managed ETF that tries to execute a covered call strategy.

There are a few parts to unpack here:

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Tis’ the Season to be jolly~ Have a Wonderful Log Cake on us! Vote & Win: Christmas Log Cake Giveaway

Tis’ the Season to be jolly~ Have a Wonderful Log Cake on us! Vote & Win: Christmas Log Cake Giveaway

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Exactly a year ago, the HSTECH index rallied close to +18% from Dec 2020 into Jan 2021. Amongst the top constituents, Sunny Optical gained +38%, Meituan +17% and Tencent +17% in that same period. Will we see repeat for Dec 2020 to Jan 2021?

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How to trade Options for beginners: Covered Call via moomoo app

How to trade Options for beginners: Covered Call via moomoo app

In this article, I will be sharing a very simple approach to making some extra cash using covered calls. This approach is particularly useful if you’re already holding onto minimally a hundred shares of a particular stock.

Now before we begin, it’s important to know what covered calls are.

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Everest Fortune Group, is an Award-Winning Research House and Singapore FinTech Company.

Covered Call:

  • You are holding a long position in a stock (usually at least a 100 shares since 1 call option is equivalent to 100 shares)
  • You sell (write) a call option on that same stock
  • Useful when you don’t expect prices to go beyond a certain level in the next X days.

Notice that for a covered call, you are already holding onto shares of a particular stock and are looking to increase your profits from it.

How would you use a covered call?

In trading, there is usually support (below price) and resistance (above price). Usually, prices tend to drop when they hit a resistance level.

Now, covered calls are very useful when you don’t expect prices to go beyond a certain resistance level within the next X days.

For example, let’s take a look at this chart example on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM). We can see that price is current at 124.28 has repeatedly tested the 127 resistance area and failed to break through there.


For illustration purposes only

Let’s assume you are already holding onto 100 shares of TSM which you bought at $100 and you’re sitting there thinking – “Alright, I’m bullish on TSM long term, but how do I make some money out of this in the short term as it seems to be unable to break beyond 127..?”

What you can do in this scenario is to sell (write) a call option with a strike price of 127. When you sell a call, you will immediately receive a premium – meaning that people would pay you to buy that call from you, essentially putting money in your pocket (or in this case, your moomoo wallet).

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What You Need to Know about CSOP iEdge S-REIT Leaders Index ETF

What You Need to Know about CSOP iEdge S-REIT Leaders Index ETF

I like to think of building an investment portfolio like ordering nasi lemak from our favourite stall – some of us may like to invest in individual companies (akin to choosing our favourite few dishes), while others may like to invest in an Exchange Traded Fund, or ETF, which consists of a basket of companies (just like opting for a set meal for those who do not have any particular preferences, or simply hate to make particular choices.)

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2,000 followers.

So, which one is a better option? In my opinion, there’s no right or wrong answer here – at the end of the day, you must be comfortable with the investment decisions you eventually make (after all, they are your hard-earned money that you’ve spent years, or even decades, accumulating.)

However, one thing I’ve noticed from some of my readers when I asked them why they have not started building their investment portfolio yet (despite knowing that they need to do so, or else their money may lose value due to the effects of inflation – typically at around 3% per year) is that they simply do not have the time nor energy to study about a company after a long day of work (which I completely understand.) As such, the next best thing I would recommend is to invest in an ETF – speaking of which, CSOP Asset Management Pte. Ltd. have, on 18 November 2021, listed a REIT ETF (called the CSOP iEdge S-REIT Leaders Index ETF) on the Singapore Exchange.

In the rest of today’s post, I’ll attempt to share some essential information you need to know about this new ETF on the block:

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Will We See a Year-End Rally this Year?

Will We See a Year-End Rally this Year?

We are now into the final month of the year 2021 – hope this year has been a good one for you so far! 🙂 

I think this question is probably in the minds of many, “is the stock market going to see a year-end rally, and a good end to the year 2021?” Personally, I feel that it will very much depend on how the new Covid-19 variant in Omicron develops (remember last Friday, when the news about this new variant broke out, the major Indexes fell by more than 1+%.) If this newly discovered variant is found to be not as dangerous as initially feared, then chances are high that we’ll see a bullish rally all the way into the new year 2022. On the other hand, if the variant is found to be not only highly transmissible, but at the same time may result in serious illnesses or even death (after contracting it), and that the current vaccines do not offer a good protection against it, then we might see a bearish end to the current financial year. 

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2,000 followers.

In today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you my technical analysis of the Indexes of Singapore (Straits Times Index), Hong Kong (Hang Seng Index), as well as the United States (S&P 500 Index, Dow Jones Index, and NASDAQ) where you’ll find some of the key support and resistance levels I’ve identified (for you to take note of) in both bullish as well as bearish scenarios.

Let’s begin:

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UPCOMING WEBINAR: 10 Key Charts That Matter For Q1 2022 (Stocks, FX, Commodities & Cryptocurrencies)

UPCOMING WEBINAR: 10 Key Charts That Matter For Q1 2022 (Stocks, FX, Commodities & Cryptocurrencies)

As we head into the final month of 2021, it is now time to gaze into our crystal ball to take a peek what are the key charts that may dominate the financial markets for the new year of 2022 before we sing “Auld Lang Syne” to 2021.

Register now, come later: https://bit.ly/3FIZpeb

Join us in a live webinar where CMC Markets Market Analyst, Kelvin Wong will explore what are the 10 key charts that comprise of stock indices, FX, commodities and cryptocurrencies that traders should pay attention in Q1 2022.

Date: Tue, Nov 30, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM


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A Lookback at My Investment in Ascendas REIT

A Lookback at My Investment in Ascendas REIT

Apart from OCBC (I’ve reviewed on the bank’s results over the past 9 years, and also reasons for my investment back then here), another company I’ve added to my long-term investment portfolio in 2019 was Ascendas REIT (SGX:A17U) – with my invested price at $2.93 back when its unit price fell due to the REIT’s launch of a preferential offering where the issue price range was between $2.96 and $3.05 for each unit (you can check out more information about the REIT’s fund raising exercise then in this document). In case you’re wondering what the yield was back then, I based it on its full year payout in FY2018 of 16.035 cents/unit, and it was at 5.5% – which satisfies my requirement of my investments giving me a minimum of a 4.0% yield. No doubt its distribution in FY2020 have fallen a little compared to FY2018/19 (at 14.688 cents/unit), but at my invested price, it was still yielding at 5.0%.

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Lim Jun Yuan is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2,000 followers.

As its been about than 2 years since I’ve invested in the REIT, I thought it may be timely for me to do a review to find out whether or not its key financial results, portfolio occupancy, and debt profile still continued to remain resilient, and also at the same time whether its distribution payouts managed to continue improving after I’ve added it to my long-term investment portfolio – I’ll be taking a look at the statistics recorded between FY2011/12 (when the REIT still had a financial year end every 31 March, until CapitaLand’s acquisition of the REIT and with effect from 24 July 2019, where its financial year end have been switched to 31 December, in-line with the financial year end of all its companies – you can read the announcement here) and FY2020:

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It’s All About The Experience!

It’s All About The Experience!

Have You Experienced our new mobile app or driving a Tesla? Why not Both!

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