Options Trading: The Hidden Reality by Charles M Cottle revised expanded

Options Trading: The Hidden Reality by Charles M Cottle revised expanded
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Options Trading: The Hidden Reality

("Options: Perception and Deception" & "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" revised & expanded)

by Charles M Cottle (Author, Illustrator), Sarah E Cottle (Editor)

Required Reading for the Serious Options Trader This book is an expanded revision of "Options: Perception and Deception" and "Coulda Woulda Shoulda". "Options Trading: The Hidden Reality" (OTTHR) is printed in color and has 100 more pages than previous versions. In addition to 3D graphics and Skew Library, OTTHR features Position Dissection (the Market Maker Risk Management Tool) illustrations on popular wingspread (stretched-out condors, slingshots and skip-strike-flies) and calendarized spread (double diagonals, straddle strangle swaps and double calendars) configurations.

Back in 1996 Charles M. Cottle, also known as the Risk Doctor, wrote a book called ¡®Options: Perception and Deception¡¯. The book demonstrated straight forward terms that risk perception is the key to successful options trading. It showed professionals how to eliminate inappropriate risk, adjust positions as the underlying market changes, and optimise the potential of options positions avoiding major losses along the way. Options: Perceptions and Deception proved to be a landmark publication in the world of options trading.

The text was primarily aimed at professional market makers but it was a hit within a small crowd of sophisticated private options traders as well. In the meantime Cottle wanted to supply clients of his brokerage firm with a text they could use to educate themselves about options trading. To that end he obtained permission from his publisher to release some of the material in Options Perception and Deception in more simplified format. That book was called ¡®Coulda Woulda Shoulda¡¯ and it became a huge success among the option trading public. What made the text so unique was Cottle¡¯s ability to demonstrate complex option theory using real world examples won during years as an options trader on the floor of the CBOT.