We received a question from a customer: What's the Difference Between Covered Call, Buywrite and Short Call with Married Stock?

A covered call and buywrite are the same in our backtester, 100 shares of stock is held for the life of the backtest and short calls are traded according to the parameters the user sets.

The Short Call strategy and with the Stock Position parameter set to Married will only trade stock at the time of trading the options.

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