Here are some more details into what Sell The Call Newsletter represents:
Stock - This is the stock symbol of the company that is in the newsletter.
Exp Date - This is the expiration date of the option
Strike Price - This is the strike price of the option
Stock Price - This is the current price of the stock
Bid Price - This is the bid price that is being offered for the option at the time of the newsletter
Assgn % Return - This is the total return that will be received if the stock surpasses the strike price when the option expires. For example, if a stock is purchased at $10.00, and a $11.00 strike price call is sold for $1.00, the assignment percentage return will be 20 %. That is derived from the amount received from selling the call ($1.00) and the stock appreciation ($1.00) all divided by the amount paid for the stock purchase ($10.00).
Static % Return - This the return received if the call is sold and the stock is purchased at the prices that are published in the newsletter. For example, if a stock is priced at $10.00 when bought, and a $12.00 call option sold for $1.00, the static return will be 10.00%.