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Rupert Murdoch, the CEO of News Corp. () met with the Bancroft Family, the controlling entity of Dow Jones & Co. (), on Monday. Murdoch emerged from the talks calling them "constructive" as the two parties seem to gravitate closer to an agreement. Audio Podcast: An audio podcast of this article is available at:

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In April, News Corp. [free requip] made an unsolicited $5 billion offer to buy Dow Jones. The most contentious aspect of the deal, if it goes through, is Murdoch would own a controlling share of the Wall Street Journal. He would also have ownership over other highly respected financial media such as Barron's and marketwatch. com.
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The Bancroft family's initial public reaction was they were unwilling to consider selling to Murdoch. However, last week they had a change of heart and announced they were willing to talk, at least, with Murdoch regarding the sale. They have also indicated they are willing to entertain offers from others interested in buying the company. The Wall Street Journal reported the Bancroft's, in a nebulous statement, said through a spokesman, "The parties had a constructive dialogue and have gone back to consider our positions. " The AP reported Murdoch leaving the meeting encouraged and saying, "We had a very long, constructive meeting and both sides want a way to consider both sides. " Murdoch is anxious to meet with the family again, and another meeting is expected in the coming months. Journalistic integrity of the Bancroft's properties seems to be a primary topic of negotiations. The Bancroft family, who control 64% of the voting rights of Dow Jones, is concerned Murdoch will compromise the independence of the editorial boards of their media properties. It has been reported one scenario they are considering is to require Murdoch to allow the editorial staffs to report up through a separate command structure outside of News Corp. Additional Information: As a note, has trading experts available to help investors more fully understand the option trading process. They can be reached, toll free, at 877-992-7971. There are additional resources on the PowerOptions website for investors to learn more about the fun and exciting world of . The following links, , and are all great resource articles to help you get the hang of . Index ETFs: Diamond's Trust DJIA tracking fund () S & P 500 Index Depository Receipts () iShares S & P 500 () Potential Trades: All of the following have 47 days until expiration. These trades were discovered using the powerful suite of option search tools found at .
PowerOptions covered call New Corp and Dow Jones (47 days)
Stock Sym Stock Price OPTION Strike Info Opt Bid % Dnsd. Prot. % If Unch. % If Asgnd
$24. 10 NWSGE 07 JUL $25. 00 $0. 35 1. 50% 1. 50% 1. 50%
$60. 16 DJGL 07 JUL $60. 00 $3. 60 6. 00% 6. 10% 6. 10%
$136. 56 DAZGG 07 JUL $137. 00 $2. 30 1. 70% 1. 70% 2. 00%
$154. 10 SYHGX 07 JUL $154. 00 $2. 80 1. 80% 1. 80% 1. 80%
$154. 33 IVVGY 07 JUL $153. 00 $3. 60 2. 30% 1. 50% 1. 50%
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NWS NWS - The News Corp trade involves the free requip July $25 and offers 1. 5% downside protection and 1. 5% potential profit if the stock is above the $25 strike price at the end of the option period. Competitors for NWS include: Time Warner Inc. (), Walt Disney Co. (), and Bertelsmann AG (private). DJ DJ - The Dow Jones trade involves the July $60 and offers 6. 0% downside protection and 6. 1% potential profit if the stock is above the $60 strike price at the end of the option period. Competitors for DJ include: Reuters Group Plc (), Bloomberg L. P. (private), Financial Times Group (private), Gannett Co. Inc (), New York Times Co. Class A (), and Tribune Co. (). ETF ETF Trades - These trades all return a modest 1. 5 to 2. 0% with 1. 7 to 2. 3% downside protection. DIA tracks the DJIA and the other two; SPY and IVV track the S&P 500. In this case it is good to look at both IVV and SPY - you may find the options pay different percentages for what amounts to the same trade. For more information about how to identify and research great , visit the website. There you will find the data you need to make quick, clear, and informed decisions. You can trade knowing you have found the best investment. Also, PowerOptions will allow you, with a few quick clicks, to quickly and accurately compare trades. ' premium customer support is second to none in the industry. They can be easily contacted when you need them at their toll-free number to answer customer questions. Call them now toll free at 877-992-7971. provides a of its service. So join PowerOptions today, and you too can start reaping the benefits of the . ' sister company provides expert recommendations. specializes in , naked puts and strategy recommendations. provides a of its service. [tags] Rupert Murdoch, Wall Street Journal, Barron, AP free requip, Bertelsmann AG, Bloomberg L. P. , Financial Times Group, DIA, DIAMONDS HOLDRs Trust ETF, DIS, Disney (The Walt) Co. , DJ, Dow Jones & Co. Inc. Free requip , gci, gannett co. Inc, IVV, iShares S&P 500 Index ETF, NWS, News Corp. Ltd. (The) Class B, NYT, New York Times Co. Class A, RTRSY, Reuters Group PLC, SPY, S&P Depositary Receipts Trust ETF, TRB, Tribune Co. , TWX, Time Warner Inc. , covered call investment strategy, help with options, how to write covered calls, investing in options, investment strategy, iron condor, option investing, options trading, poweroptions, stock option trading, stock options [/tags]

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