Options for the Beginner and Beyond: Unlock the Opportunities and Minimize the Risks

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FT Press, Mar 20, 2006 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Brief, carefully paced lessons on options and trading strategies using verbal definitions and many trading examples for clarification. Each lesson builds on the one preceding it and explains options in plain English, from start to finish. Step-by-step coverage of controlling risk, protecting your investments -- even advanced strategies other introductory books ignore! Authored by Dr. W. Edward Olmstead, contributing editor to The Spear Report and editor of The Options Professor newsletter.


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Dr. W. Edward Olmstead is the editor of The Options Professor, one of the world’s leading newsletters on options trading. He is also an options analyst for Spear Capital Management. He has consulted on short-term trading strategies with a member company of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

Dr. Olmstead is Professor of Applied Mathematics in the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Northwestern University. He has taught courses that cover both the theory for options pricing and practical strategies for trading options. Dr. Olmstead has received several awards including an endowed chair for teaching excellence and has been praised by his colleagues as “the quintessential teacher in our midst.”

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