All about Options: The Easy Way to Get Started

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Business & Economics - 243 pages
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This book was originally published by Probus in 1993; McCafferty was one of two original authors. Since the time that this book was written, there have been many changes in the options market: more advanced options software, new research in options pricing, and greater volume and volatility. This book covers all the basics of options and option trading for the beginner, including: how options work, strategies, volatility and price models, implementing a trading plan, selecting a broker, and mistakes beginners commonly make. The first edition concentrated on options on futures. The revised edition will update all the material in the book, reflecting the changes in the marketplace and technology. The author will aslo add much new material about options on stocks, which is not covered well in the first edition. The appendices will also be updated, with new sources of information, updated charts, new options offered, and new options software.

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Contents

Understanding the Basics Particularly the Value and Risks Associated with Stock Options and OptionsonFutures Trading
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Learning the Basic Option Trading Strategies and Uses to Solidify Objectives
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A Few More Uses for Options
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Thomas McCafferty has been a registered securities and options principal and involved in the futures business since 1973. He has been marketing manager at Evergreen Group, Inc., as well as a branch office manager and a futures and security broker for Securities Corporation of Iowa. McCafferty is an accomplished author, whose books include All About Futures, All About Commodities, Winning with Managed Futures, and In-House Telemarketing: A Master Plan for Starting and Managing a Profitable Telemarketing Program.

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