Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

What is a good options strategy book?

I’ve been trading for a while and I’m looking for a career strategy almost level option and the book of analysis. . . and good recommendations?

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3 Responses to “What is a good options strategy book?”
  1. Mike says:

    Try “De Mark on day trading options” by Thomas De Mark

  2. zman492 says:

    Any of the books in the bibliography at

    http://www.cboe.com/Institutional/Bibliography.aspx

    will be good.

    My recommendation is “Options Volatility & Pricing” by Sheldon Natenberg. If you want something a little less advanced, I recommend “Options as a Strategic Investment” my Lawrence McMillan. If you want something a little more advance, I recommend “Options, Futures, and Other Derivative Securities” by John Hull.

  3. YouAsked4it says:

    It all depends on whether you want to become proficient in one strategy or simply learn about what is generally available.

    If it’s one strategy you’d like to learn about, then I have found the book by Planet Wealth on Option Credit Spreads to be most useful. Credit spreads are a very flexible option strategy, which means you can still make money even when your anticipated market direction is wrong.

    http://optiontradingfortune.com … has a good write-up about these.

    But if you’re after more general information about the many strategies that are available, the people at Optionetics have an excellent product. They produce a 5 volume set about option strategies and their website is also very helpful.

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