Complete Guide to Getting Started and Making Money with Options Trading
Novice, and even experienced, investors are often wary of investing in options. Many people view options as risky, exotic, and only for investors with large bankrolls. However, nothing could be further from the truth.
Options are a great way for all investors, regardless of experience or risk tolerance, to expand their portfolios and make money in the stock market—whether the market is going up or down.
Options are the perfect vehicle for increasing your leverage, allowing you to turn a small investment into exponentially large rewards. They can also be used as an insurance policy, protecting your investments in case of a market downturn.
In short, options are a tool that every investor should understand and potentially put to use.
In this book, you’ll learn all the ins and outs of stock options, from basic puts and calls to more exotic straddles and spreads. By the end of this guide, you’ll have a complete understanding of trading options and be able to put them to use in your own portfolio implementing both simple and more advanced strategies.
Included are many real world and easy to follow examples so you will be able to clearly understand each of the principles and strategies discussed in action.
Included in this book:
*Advantages and Disadvantages of Options Trading
*Types and Styles of Options
*Using Call and Put Options to Make a Profit
*Option Prices and Valuation
*Getting to Know the Greeks
*How to Open an Options Account
*How to Place a Trade
*Successful Option Trading Strategies
*Spreads, Straddles, Iron Condor, Iron Butterfly, Collars, Strangles, and more
*Tips and Tricks for Avoiding Costly Mistakes
Get your copy today and get started in the exciting world of options trading.
Good book for beginners with no BG on option trading.
Well written guide to options
Well written guide that covers all of the basics on options trading. Great for beginners looking to start trading and making money with options.
Simple and basic. Just google, not worth the money unless you don’t want to take 5 minutes to google the basics of options.