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Cinemark Holdings (CNK)

Cinemark Holdings, together with its subsidiaries, engages in motion picture exhibition business.

Yield: 3.48%
Dividend Amount: $0.21
Ex-Dividend Date: June 04, 2012
Beta: 1.19

Strategy: Unlike the others, Cinemark offers an even better strategy for trend followers than a dividend capture. The dividend influences the option price allowing a low risk method to catch the rising trend.

I like buying the June $22.50 strike call for 19 cents over the intrinsic value. With the May expiration date approaching, June will become the front month. Cinemark has about two weeks to continue higher with a total time decay cost of about 10 cents before trading ex-dividend. If Cinemark does fall or crash the most at risk is about $1.60.
At the time of publication, the author had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned.

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