An Investor's Guide to Trading Options

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Lightbulb Press, Inc., 2004 - Business & Economics - 64 pages
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An Investor's Guide to Trading Options covers everything from calls and puts to collars and rolling up, over, or out. It takes the mystery out of options contracts, explains the language of options trading, and lays out some popular options strategies that may suit various portfolios and market forecasts. If you're curious about options, this guide provides the answers to your questions.
 

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This is an excellent book for someone who is a visual learner and just getting started in options.

Contents

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Options_Ch2Pages_2045pdf
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Options_Ch3Pages_4659pdf
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Options_BackPages_6064pdf
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About the author (2004)

Virginia B. Morris, Ph.D., and Kenneth M. Morris, Ph.D., coauthors of "The Wall Street Journal Guide to Understanding Money & Investing", have coauthored numerous other finance and investment titles. Both authors work at Lightbulb Press. Ken is an expert in "simplified communications." Virginia has written columns on personal finance for women for various websites and has been interviewed on CNNfn and the Fox News Channel.

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