Options:Essential Concepts, 3rd Edition Hardcover – Jun 21 1999
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From the Back Cover
Everything from time-honored options concepts to strategies for individual and institutional investors and traders. Written by today's leading options practitioners--and edited by The Options Institute, the globally renowned Educational Division of the Chicago Board Options Exchange--Options: Essential Concpets and Trading Strategies, Third Edition, leaves no stone unturned in delivering the most complete, authoritative, and easy-to-understand blueprint available. for navigating the profitable twists and turns of today's options marketplace. No-nonsense, packed with useful information, and valuable as either an introductory textbook or a comprehensive fingertip reference resource, this thoroughly revised and updated edition details: what options are, how they are priced, and how they are traded; basic option trading strategies such as covered writing and. protected puts; advanced strategies involved LEAPS and the stock repair strategy; options from three points of view; private investor, institutional investor, and market maker; how to use the power of the Internet for trading and detailed information gathering. Options can be used to reduce the risk of trading stocks, and Options, Third. Edition, reduces the risk of trading options. So get your questions together and use this step-by-step guidebook to develop option strategies that meet your investment objectives: hedging your stock market risk, increasing your portfolio income, or improving your trading results.
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The Options Institute is the educational division of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, the world's largest and most influential options exchange.
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Top Customer Reviews
The previous reviewer's comments should be disregarded as I cannot conceive of anyone writing about this subject matter any more clearly (yes, I have read both of Fontanills' books) -- the authors appear to have put much effort into this book judging by its clarity, and one nitwit's daffy comments should not dissuade you!
It is not easy to follow, does not cover the subject in an easy to understand manner. They try to publish to justify their existance.
I prefer an number of other books that hit the mark - McMillan, Natenburg and of course the master of all option trader's Fontanills.
Most recent customer reviews
This book is somewhat like 'A Random Walk Down Wallstreet" only applies to option trading, not just Wall Street and goes beyond. Read morePublished on March 7 2001 by Chuck Kimbriel
Wow, amazing, excellent, insufficient superlatives to describe my feelings - this one and Sheldon Nattenberg's Option Volatility and Pricing and you know more than most of the wall... Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2001
This book is readable by anyone and useful all the time! It gives you the entire gamut of the options market, and the details of how options and option trading or investing... Read morePublished on Sept. 13 1999
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