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Overview

Option-writing strategies for high

returns in every type of market

Written in a style anyone can understand, The Complete Guide to Option Selling provides

the strategies you need to consistently profit in a popular but poorly understood market.

This second edition contains all of the foundational information from the original edition

and addresses recent changes in the market with brand-new material, including:

  • New chapters on volatility and portfolio building
  • Fresh insights into option spread trading in the

    “new” market environment

  • How volatile markets create the ideal conditions for

    selling premium—and how to profit when everybody

    else is running for the doors

  • New risk-management strategies for the 21st century,

    including how to manage the proverbial “Black Swan”

Focusing on why, what, where, and how of writing options, The Complete Guide to Option Selling

is a peerless guide for seamlessly integrating options into your own investment program.

“Will change the way I look at the topic forever.”

—Gail Osten, SFO magazine

The Complete Guide to Option Selling is an excellent read.”

Your Trading Edge magazine

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071622370
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/22/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.11 (d)

Meet the Author

James Cordier is president and head portfolio

manager of Liberty Trading Group/

OptionSellers.com, where he manages assets

for a global client base. Cordier’s firm helps

individual investors maximize the use of option

selling in their portfolios. He is regularly

quoted by national financial media, including

The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money, and

Barron’s Weekly, and is a regular guest analyst

on CNBC, Bloomberg Television, and Fox

Business.

Michael Gross is director of research at

Liberty Trading Group/OptionSellers.com.

A registered broker, he writes articles that

appear regularly in Futures magazine, Yahoo!

Finance, and Forbes.com.

More information on their

firm is available at

www.OptionSellers.com.

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Table of Contents

Why Sell Options
A Crash Course on Futures
Buying Options versus Selling Options
SPAN Margin: The Key to High Returns
Strike Price and Time Selection
Use and Abuse Spreads
Recommended Spread Strategies
Liquidity, Order Placement, Assignment, and Limit Moves
Risk Control in Option Selling
Fundamentals versus Technicals
Key Fundamentals of Select Markets
Seasonal Analysis and Option Selling
The Best Markets for Seasonal Option Sales
Mistakes New Option Sellers Make
Finding a Good Broker or Money Manager
Option Selling as an Investment
Pulling it All Together

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2013

    This man is telling it straight. I follow his strategy for now

    This man is telling it straight. I follow his strategy for now with ETFs and will switch to futures when I learn them. Not flashy, trading or risky, but boring, conservative and consistently profitable. If 15% + per year is not your thing then it's not for you.

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