Options Trading 101: From Theory to Application
Discover Powerful and Profitable Option Trading Strategies That Can Limit Your Risk While Multiplying Your Profits in Today's Markets. Options Trading 101 was written as a complete introductory guide for investors and traders who want to understand the world of options. While it is labeled as an introductory book, it is anything but a general overview. It starts by exploring the most fundamental concepts of options trading and ends with some basic strategies that traders will fully understand and be able to use immediately. In a clear, concise way readers will be led through the most important topics that are necessary to master and advance with options trading. Options Trading 101 makes use of many fun examples including Gordon Gekko's mistake in the hit movie "Wall Street" from not understanding put-call parity.
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