optionDash Idea Lists
With THOUSANDS of stocks to choose from, where do you begin?
Our covered call Idea Lists follow an index or investment theme to narrow down your search.
The most common measure for stock market performance, this index tracks the 500 largest U.S. Companies. The S&P 500 is a market-cap weighted index.
Originally known as a technology index, the NASDAQ exchange now lists all types of companies. This index includes roughly 100 of the largest non-financial companies.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average measures just 30 stocks. It carries a lot of historical significance and is still an honor to be included. Unlike other common indexes, it is weighted by price.
These stocks are members of the S&P 500 and have increased their dividend for 25 consecutive years. These are some of the most common stocks when investors think of dividend safety.
High Dividend Low Volatility
This list consists of 50 stocks that have some of the highest dividend yields in the S&P 500 but experience less price volatility than others. Think stable price with big yields.
What’s better than an Aristocrat? A KING! Dividend Kings have 50 years of consecutive dividend growth.
Trying to improve on index structures, the Barron’s 400 is an equal weighted index with highly rated stocks based on fundamental analysis. It utilizes a growth at a reasonable price approach.
What took off during the pandemic? Work from home stocks. As the name implies, these stocks stand to benefit the most from on-going restrictions due to the COVID-19 virus.
The future is in the cloud. This is big technology at its best. As our world moves more and more digital, these stocks will provide the infrastructure and lead the way.