Options as a Strategic Investment

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Penguin, 2002 - Business & Economics - 1001 pages
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Reflecting today's market realities and the new innovative options products available, this fourth edition features an in-depth analysis of volatility and volatility trading; updated information on all stock option strategies, reflecting recent market conditions; buy and sell strategies for Long Term Equity Anticipation Securities (LEAPs); detailed guidance for investing in the growing field of structured products; the latest developments in futures and futures options; and the market impact of the most recent changes in the margin rules.
 

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Awesome book. Tons of option strategies to find opportunity in any scenario and risk tolerance. When you read this book, you'll know more than 99% of options traders. Again, amazing book.

Contents

I
xv
II
1
III
3
IV
37
V
39
VI
95
VII
118
VIII
132
XXVII
336
XXVIII
358
XXIX
367
XXX
411
XXXI
413
XXXII
422
XXXIII
456
XXXIV
491

IX
146
X
172
XI
186
XII
191
XIII
200
XIV
210
XV
222
XVI
230
XVII
236
XVIII
243
XIX
245
XX
256
XXI
271
XXII
281
XXIII
292
XXIV
302
XXV
321
XXVI
329
XXXVI
493
XXXVII
531
XXXVIII
579
XXXIX
589
XL
641
XLI
652
XLII
696
XLIII
723
XLIV
727
XLV
749
XLVI
783
XLVII
812
XLVIII
846
XLIX
908
L
932
LI
938
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Lawrence G McMillan is the editor of The Option Strategist Newsletter and the author of numerous articles on options and investment trading. Formerly senior vice president of the Equity Arbitrage Department at Thomson McKinnon Securities, he currently publishes newsletters and gives seminars on options, manages money for private clients and trades his own account.

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