Free Covered Call Screener
We are proud to offer our best covered call screener we’ve made yet. This screener sorts through market data to produce the covered call combination of owning shares of stock and selling a call. The tool implements the first layer of our comprehensive stock screening, record-keeping, and portfolio management software, Lattco. The full version of Lattco is available exclusively for graduates of the Snider Investment Method course.
|52 Week High
|52 Week Low
|Return if Called
The data returned in our covered call screener is a raw list of stock and call combinations sorted by their income potential. Additional factors should be considered before purchasing a stock from the list. You should consider risk, timeframe, investment objectives, diversification and a company’s financial health. Our propriety stock screener, Lattco, includes many additional screens to ensure each investment is appropriate for our clients. This tool is available exclusively to graduates to the Snider Investment Method course.
Unique ETFs include additional risks. Factors that make them "unique" include Futures based, leverage, or inverse (short) an asset. We generally recommend investors avoid these securities. We hope to highlight all unique securities, but with new ETFs created every day it is possible for one to be inadvertently missed.
My goal is to make this the best free covered call screener available. Send me a quick note below on how I can make this tool better suit your covered call trading needs.
- Tyler Curtis, COO
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The data returned by this free covered call screener is for information and educational purposes only. It is not a recommendation to buy or sell a security. All investors should consult a qualified professional before trading in any security. Stock and option trading involves risk and is not suitable for all investors. Investment objectives, risks and other information about the Snider Investment Method® are contained in the Snider Investment Method Owner's Manual