@Apex_KJ Here are the steps I followed,

Sell covered calls at the farthest available expiry date at the highest available strike price and collect premium.

Use the premium to buy more shares and repeat step 1 until not enough premium to buy shares.
@Apex_KJ If the stock price inches close to the strike price (worst case), buy back the covered calls and do Step 1 & 2 (rollover) & collect premium again to offset the loss.
@Apex_KJ If the stock price inches never gets close to the strike price (goes down, stays flat, or stays range-bound), then you have more shares than you started with and then there is no need to do anything.

Repeat steps 1 & 2.
@Apex_KJ Buy Puts as insurance against Black Swans.
@Apex_KJ Also, if the stock tanks then buy back the covered calls at ~10% of the cost price so that when it shoots back up, you can again repeat steps 1 & 2.

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