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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Current Celsion trade ends Code Orange

The current Celsion covered call trade ended today. The trade ended as Code Orange. The stock ended the week at $1.98. The Dec $3.50 call expired worthless. Sell The Call still owns the shares.

Sell The Call has a couple of options moving forward. One is to immediately go back into the options market and sell the next profitable call. But there is also an opportunity to purchase more shares before making another covered call trade in the next 4 -6 weeks. The decision depends completely on what the stock price does in the next month or so. If the stock rises to a point where the wait to buy more shares is determined to be too long, Sell The Call will simply sell calls on the shares it currently owns.

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