Option Writing Strategies for Extraordinary Returns

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McGraw-Hill Education, Apr 14, 2005 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Option Writing Strategies for Extraordinary Returns details put and call writing techniques sophisticated investors can use to profit from market movement in any direction. It first outlines a strategy for selling options short, using tables and charts to illustrate each step, and then builds a three-legged model for using popular options tools when purchasing stocks. Additional features include techniques for extending a position or writing “up” a position, a valuable listing of available online option tools, and steps for taking advantage of market volatility.

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Contents

PART FOUR
18
Chapter 3
23
THE CAPITAL APPRECIATION MODEL
40
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About the author (2005)

David G. Funk, Ph.D., has been involved with the investment industry for over four decades. The former co-owner and treasurer of Buttonwood Securities Corporation of Massachusetts, Inc. for twenty years, Funk also spent ten years as publisher and writer for technical stock advisory firm John Magee, Inc. He is the author of the universally praised investment guide Uncommon Stock Market Strategies.

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