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Publisher's Summary

This was anonymously emailed to us by a Wall Street veteran who asked us to publish this for him. He has become disgruntled with what he views as Wall Street scamming retail investors who trade options. Inside:

  • Options basics
  • Volatility/put call parity
  • Expected value of options contracts
  • Risk management and trade sizing
  • Where to source trades
  • The number one reason most options traders lose money
  • Five bonus tips on trading

This is a fairly short book, but the truth about trading options and making money does not necessarily need a long book. The inventor of game theory, John Nash, turned in a dissertation that was 26 pages and contained two references. Big ideas sometimes come in small packages, and this book is groundbreaking. Wall Street has hidden the fact a huge secret from ordinary traders, and that secret is that options do not fairly reflect the chances of a stock going up or down, and put/call parity is exploitable. There are some big secrets revealed in this book, and it is well worth it.

©2017 Lancaster Chatham Publishing (P)2017 Lancaster Chatham Publishing

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Excellent book !

I have been trading options for many years and I found tremendous value in this book.

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its ok


little short to give secrets but if you can make a few bucks off the advice then worth it.

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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, because it had a lot of useful option-trading insight.

What did you like best about this story?

Excellent wisdom about smart option trading.

Which character – as performed by Michael Driggs – was your favorite?

Not applicable.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes--it's less than 30 minutes long.

Any additional comments?

Great eye-opening insight for someone serious about making option trading a profitable "business."