Options Trading: 6 Books in 1: Trading for Beginners, Options Market, Trading Investing, Strategies for Beginners, The Best Tips and Tricks, Swing Trading Options. (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

Do you ever think of how rich people make their fortunes and then keep growing it? Do you dream of early retirement (or being able to retire, at all)? Do you always wish you could make sound investments but are confused about where to start?

Stock markets are some of the most preferred investment avenues in the world. They are places where people invest a certain amount and get a much bigger sum in return. However, there are more choices to invest in the stock market than one can shake a stick at. You have to understand the different options in order to make the right investment choice.

Most people who invest in the stock markets do so with the desire to have safe investments that will grow over the long term of five, 10, and even 30 years. Others prefer a more active approach that lets them make money over shorter time intervals, even weeks. Or they want a hedge, neutral strategies, or even the ability to bet against a company in the belief its stock will decline. All of this action takes place in the options market, which is an exciting way to take a more active interest in stocks.

This bundle of six books is meant to cover:

The practice of investing in options from the basics that every beginner should know
The reasons why you should invest
The importance of trading options
The best building blocks and strategies that suit you
The different dynamics of swing trading options
Advancing from beginner level in trading to intermediate
How to make a living out of options trading
And much more!

The financial world can be quite intimidating, but I strongly believe that things will not seem as complex once you become familiar with the lingo and key concepts. There are, of course, only two ways a stock can move, and so there are two types of options contracts.

These are:

A call: This is a bet that the stock will rise in price on or before the ending date of the contract.
A put: This is a bet that the stock will decline in price, on or before the ending date of the contract.

If you want to make more money, you have to work longer hours. Considering that there is a limit to the number of hours in a day a human being can work, there will also be a limit to the amount of income you can make from your job. Not to mention the fact that having a lot of money in the bank means absolutely nothing if you do not have the time to enjoy it.

Since you cannot clone yourself in order to increase the number of hours you work, you can choose to get your money to work on your behalf, instead. This means that you can be working for your boss, sleeping, socializing, or mowing the lawn and still have your money earning more money elsewhere.

By investing, you are simply maximizing your earning potential, regardless of whether you get a pay rise or not, work overtime, or search for a better job. Options trading seems mysterious, but it’s actually not as complicated as you’ve probably imagined. By the time you have completed this bundle, you’ll be ready to start making your first trades and earn the kinds of profits you’ve always dreamed of. Go ahead and press the "buy now" button to learn more tricks and tips.

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Business & Personal Finance
Peter Prova
hr min
September 18
Global Group Marketing Ltd

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