Make a steady part-time income from options trading month after month!
If you are a beginner to the world of options trading, this is the only book you will need to learn the basics of the game and to start earning a handsome income consistently every month.
The vast majority of retail stock traders in the stock market keep away from trading in stock derivatives such as options, believing they are too complex and too risky to indulge in. Most of the few who venture out into this terrain, with half-baked knowledge, usually end in substantial losses over the long term and give up eventually because they simply do not know the safe strategies that one needs to deploy in this space. If you are somebody who has shied away from options trading in the past thinking it is beyond comprehension or because you always ended losing money, this is the right book for you.
This book is for every person who wants to venture out into options trading to earn a steady part-time income with minimal risk.
Here’s what you get to learn from this book:
- What stock options are in simple terms!
- The various types of options and the common terms used in options trading.
- The underlying principles of options trading using easily-understandable scenarios.
- Insights into why anyone should trade in options.
- Basic mistakes made by newcomers and how to avoid them.
- 6 great strategies you can use to consistently make profits while controlling your risk exposure.
- Case studies illustrating the working of each strategy.
As an added bonus, this book also gives you access to worksheets you can use to calculate the potential returns and risk exposure for any strategic trade you want to get into or to even just carry out paper-trades!
This book adopts an unsophisticated approach to teach options trading to just about anybody and therefore, if you are looking for a place to start learning about options trading and how to earn off it, look no further!
Note for readers: The case studies provided in this book are based on actual trades carried out in the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), and therefore, in these case-studies, currency is denoted in INR (₹) – the local currency. However, in the main sections of the book, USD ($) has been retained in examples to cater to the wider audience.