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Puts, calls, strike prices, premiums, derivatives, bear put spreads and bull call spreads - this technical jargon is just one of the complex aspects of options trading. But don’t let any of it scare you away.

What is option trading?

An option is a contract to buy or sell a stock, usually 100 shares of the stock per contract, at a pre-negotiated price and by a certain date.

Investors use options for different reasons. But when option trading, you’ll get the following benefits:

  • Buying an option requires a smaller initial outlay than buying the stock.
  • An option buys an investor time to see how things play out.
  • An option will protect an investor from downside risk by locking in the price without the obligation to buy. 

This is a guide for beginners that will assist you thread carefully into option trading. You’ll learn: 

  1. What is options trading?
  2. Managing options positions.
  3. Understanding options pricing.
  4. Treating options trading as a business.
  5. Trading options for profit.
  6. Ten ultimate profit secret strategies.
  7. Strategies for making the best out of bad situations.
  8. The concept of "moneyness". 

Frequently asked questions:

How much do I need to invest to get started?
You don’t have to invest a lot of money to get started.   

What value of return should I expect when I invest?
You can achieve enormous returns if you are correct on direction and time.

I heard there is a lot of risk involved. How do I manage that?
Risk is manageable; you only can lose what you put into the trade as a buyer.

The main difference between stocks and options is time. Even though options have an expiration date, stocks do not. However, the leverage gained from options is actually enormous.

©2019 Danee Chisanaka (P)2019 Danee Chisanaka

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I am a very positive person and feel that negative reviews are generally misleading. However, Danee and/or his narrator simply do not speak English in a way that makes this book understandable. Much of it was gibberish and only someone already versed in options would get a little out of it, but would find most of it to be redundant financial philosophy. Sorry. Money back please!

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Great Book

This book is good i dont usually review books, but after buying and listening a dozen useless books which all just list the same strategies and the basics of options , finally a book with some useful information on how to trade the Greeks with clear examples. Im finding it hard to find books that are really useful in this subject anybody got any recommendations? I would recommend .