Options and Options Trading by Robert Ward

Options and Options Trading by Robert Ward
Item# 10031710399
Retail price: US$39.95
Sale price: US$4.00

all items in this store are to be sent to your email within 24 hours after cleared payment. PDF eBooks are sent to you as email attachments. as for mp3 audiobook, a download link from ONEDRIVE will be sent to your email for you to download.

Please Read Before Your Purchase!!!

1. This item is an E-Book in PDF format.

2. Shipping & Delivery: Send to you by E-mail within 24 Hours after cleared payment. Immediately Arrival!!!

3. Shipping ( by email) + Handling Fee = US$0.00 ( Promotional Period)

4. Time-Limited Offer, Order Fast.

*************************************************************************



Options and Options Trading

by Robert Ward



Overview

An introduction to the complex world of options that every investor can use

Too many books on options trading make the mistake of assuming that readers can already tell a delta from a sigma summation. Options and Options Trading breaks the code that envelops the often-foreign language of options, providing an accessible introduction into how the options market works as it explains the rules that traders must understand if they hope to take part in this high-leverage, high-profit game. Author Robert Ward's goal is simple--to demystify the tangled world of options trading without leaving readers too confused and frustrated to continue. The book to read before continuing on to the more detailed, and much higher-level, existing library of options trading guides, Options and Options Trading features:

End-of-chapter material including "Things to Think About" and "Key Concepts"

Simplified explanations of complex mathematical equations

Step-by-step rationales to help readers move from basic to complex



Biographical note

Robert W. Ward (Jersey City, NJ) is a prominent trainer and consultant to top financial firms such as Prudential and Salomon Smith Barney. Ward rose from pit trader to manager of traders at Merrill Lynch and has also taught a course on options at New York University.



Back cover copy

How to use options to increase your investment returns while reducing your risks

In the options market, it always comes down to you versus them. Thing is, they've been at it a lot longer than you, and have years of hands-on experience navigating the tricks and traps of profitableoptions trading. Before you take your place at the table, it's in your best interest to discover how options really work, and how they can work for you.

Options & Options Trading translates the foreign language of options into plain English. Based on Robert Ward's experience as a Merrill Lynch head trader as well as his popular New York University trading and options course, this step-by-step primer explains what options are, introduces basic valuation and trading concepts, and demystifies this versatile trading vehicle. Look to Options & Options Trading to learn:

How to use options to increase profits or offset risks, and hazards to watch out for

The 8 most popular options strategies--How and why they work (and sometimes don't!)

Key options definitions, formulas, abbreviations, techniques, and more



Knowledge on Wall Street rarely comes cheap, and the options market can be a particularly expensive tutor. Let Options &Options Trading provide you with the insight you need to understand what is happening and why, and give you a head start on making options a low-risk, high-return part of your overall portfolio.







"There is a difficult, complex way to learn options (one that requires a Ph.D. in math) and an easier, more basic way for those of us who don't consider ourselves math geniuses. This book is about learning options the easy way..." --From Chapter 1 Options trading can look simple from afar. And frankly, the basics aren't all that difficult to grasp. But while this seeming simplicity has helped a few lucky traders garner fast fortunes, it is far more common to see inexperienced traders wearing bullsyes--with market veterans gladly lining up and taking aim.

Options and Options Trading will open your eyes to the potentials and realities of real-world options trading. Written by Robert Ward, a former head trader who has devoted his career to both introducing options neophytes to the ways of the markets, this no-nonsense book provides today's best introduction to the complex options arena. Every important aspect of buying, selling, and profiting from options is introduced and explained, including: Similarities and differences between using options for income and using them to hedge risks Methods for assessing the "fair value" of any option based on its expected returns A generic framework for building a workable option pricing model Black-Scholes--How to understand and implement this ingenious and invaluable option formula Everything you need to know about price risk, and techniques traders use to manage that risk How to understand and implement the Greeks--Delta, Gama, Vega (Kappa), Theta, and Rho Basic statistics knowledge you must have to become an effective trader All about volatility--the key to options trading success

Options are one of today's most versatile and valuable tools for traders and investors of every type and budget. Those who take the time to learn their intricacies generally find that options are ideal for increasing their odds of success. Traders and investors who don't invest the time required to get truly comfortable with the realities of options trading, however, soon find themselves back on the sidelines--licking their wounds and wondering where they went wrong. Before you enter the tricky world of options trading, get the foundation of knowledge you need to minimize surprises and compete with the best. Options and Options Trading takes you by the hand and walks you through today's most intuitive analysis of options. Mathematically straightforward and refreshingly unbiased, it is today's most clear-eyed look at the tumultuous world of derivatives trading--and will give you the solid foundation you need for success in the profitable yet perilous world of options trading.