Monday, 24 March 2014

Option Expiration - March 2014

Once again my Exxon-Mobil (XOM) calls were assigned. I had considered rolling them to a future expiration for a credit. However, I changed my plans the morning of expiration after I saw $50.07 margin interest deducted from my account. 

I had purchased 300 XOM shares February 5th at $89.70 per share. My total profits from my XOM trades were $1,173.62. The total includes dividends, option premiums, minus commissions and margin interest.

I do not include the profits from stock trades in my blog as income.

The following is a list of my expired option positions. Premiums are the amounts of cash I received after commissions. My option premiums are included as income in my monthly blog posts on the date the income is received.

Expiration - March 22, 2014

Date              Position               Premiums

01/17/14    5P  BNS  $64          $628.76

01/23/14    10   CL    $55            $77.50
12/11/13    5P  CNR  $52.50     $183.76
01/20/14   10P  CVE  $28         $237.51
01/16/14   10P  JNJ    $80          $97.50
01/16/14   10P  PG     $70        $187.50
01/21/14   10P  TD     $47        $223.76
01/16/14   10P  XOM  $85       $177.50
02/05/14   3C   XOM  $92.50   $259.25 Assigned

Ticker Symbols

BNS - Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX)

CL - Colgate-Palmolive
CNR - Canadian National Railway (TXS)
CVE - Cenovus Energy (TSX)
JNJ - Johnson & Johnson
PG -Proctor & Gamble
TD - Toronto Dominion Bank (TSX)
XOM - Exxon Mobil Corp


  1. Well done!! Do you keep a running total ledger like Teddi from Fully Informed for the entire year anywhere on your blog site? So that you can see total reviews for 2010,11,12,13,14 etcc?

    1. Hi Rick,

      I started blogging in Jan/13. I posted my mid and year end income totals. I plan to write annual income comparisons as well.

      I will also list an update of my current holdings. I have made a few recent changes to my account.

      Thanks for your comments,



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