23.March 2012



Hello, my name is Marcus. DT64 originally was an east german youth radio channel which was shut down in 1992. I chose this name to link back to my first musical influences in the early 90s. After a while DT64 grew into my creative AlterEgo and now stands as an expression for my work as a DJ, GraffitiWriter, Photo- and Videographer.

I live in Berlin / Germany and there I am part of different projects. My professional part takes place in the media agency SUPERIEST which I found 3 years ago together with Clemens Poloczek.

Beyond that I run the HipHop night A’MILLION together with my friends YeahSara and Nico which takes place once a month in different locations around town. You can find some of my mixes over at my SOUNDCLOUD.

I am also one part of the Finding Berlin Crew. Our goal is to document our city and find out why we love and hate this city so much.

Thanks for taking the time visit this site and stay tuned for some upcoming new projects.

Marcus Werner
Torstr. 138
10119 Berlin

Mail: marcus(at)dt64.com
Tel.: 0177 602 48 79

You can also follow me on FACEBOOK, TUMBLR, TWITTERINSTAGRAM or more likely meet me in real life.

3 Kommentare

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  3. Hi Skyler many thanks for your dltiaeed comments regarding covered call writing and I will do my best to answer your questions. First of all, no you are doing nothing wrong in terms of the order of placing an order basically buy the stock, set the stop loss and sell the call. The position for the stop loss is, I’m afraid a personal choice, and naturally will depend on your risk tolerance and also where the most recent level of possible support is with regard to the most recent retracement, but always below the last pullback. The premium does of course off set some of your loss, should the stock fall in value and fail to reach the strike price, but should your stop loss be hit, then you will be trading a naked call option which is extremely risky and not something I recommend so you need to keep a strict eye on your positions at all times. Should this happen then you need to close out your call, unless it is very close to expiry. Moving on I don’t understand your comment regarding call premium when you say calls are almost never positive? As the option seller you receive the premium, and as a covered call writer you want the call to expire worthless otherwise your stock will be called away, which is fine as you then make a profit from both the increase in stock price and the premium from the covered call. Options are a wasting asset and the closer that they reach to expiry then the less value they have but to you as the option seller this is what you want as the option holder has no chance of reaching the strike price and beyond. As such you can then sell another option once the first has expired. The other way of approaching this is to buy a put option which is an alternative to the stop loss, but this is then a different strategy entirely. Finally you say you cannot figure out the premium you receive when buying the call when you buy a call you do not receive a premium at all you are the buyer and paying the seller of the option it is the seller who gets the premium not the buyer. As the buyer you are simply paying a premium for the option to buy the shares in the future at the agreed strike price. If this strike price is not achieved then all you have lost is the premium you paid and no more. This is not a covered call, but simply a speculative trade using an option. hope the above helps and good luck with your trading and investing Anna