How to make a fortune with Options Trading

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This is a practical book on winning in the Options trading market. Whether you are a sophisticated investor or a complete novice, this book is for you. The author takes complex ideas and explains them in a way that is both practical and easily understandable by anyone. Having used these techniques to achieve Financial Freedom, Mr Blankson now shares with you how he did it. There is no waffling here, just plain speaking and powerful techniques everyone can apply.
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Overview

This is a practical book on winning in the Options trading market. Whether you are a sophisticated investor or a complete novice, this book is for you. The author takes complex ideas and explains them in a way that is both practical and easily understandable by anyone. Having used these techniques to achieve Financial Freedom, Mr Blankson now shares with you how he did it. There is no waffling here, just plain speaking and powerful techniques everyone can apply.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781411623781
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 6/28/2005
  • Pages: 136
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.29 (d)

Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
RISK DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 1
Options Contracts
Types Of Contracts
The Call Writer (Call Contract Seller)
The Call Buyer
The Put Writer (Put Contract Seller)
The Put Buyer
Nudity In Options Writing
CHAPTER 2
Covered Calls
Covered Call Technique
Further Profits With The Covered Call Technique
Exit Strategy For Covered Call Technique
CHAPTER 3
Techniques For Buying Options Profitably
The Elliot Wave Climb Technique
Alternatives To The Elliot Wave Climb Technique
Fibonacci Bounce
Puts, Puts And More Puts
Stepping Put Technique
Using Fibonacci For Puts
CONCLUSION
APPENDICES
Appendix 1
Online Broker List
Appendix 2
Chart Personalities/Trends
The Good Man (aka Upward Trending)
The Bad Man (aka Downward Trending)
The Yoyo (aka Repeating Pattern)
The Flyer
The Over Comer (aka The Consolidator)
The Post IPO Disaster
Chart Attributes
Time Frames
Chart Types
Mountain chart
Line chart
Open high low close (OHLC) chart
Dot chart
Candlestick chart
Using candlesticks to analyse stock
Volume
Moving Average Convergence Divergence - MACD
Chart Patterns
Upward slope
Downward slope
Head and shoulders
Bowl
Cup and Handle
M - for murder
W - for winner
Elliot Wave
Fibonacci
Other Factors
Stock Selection Method
Stock Screeners
The Good Man (aka the Upward Trended)
The Bad Man (aka the Downward Trended)
Calculating Fibonacci for the Downward Trending Stock
The Over Comer (aka the Consolidator)
The Flyer (aka the High Volume Lift)
Single day highs
52-day high
Calculating Fibonacci for the high volume Flyer
The Sleeper (aka the Price Breakout)
Finding sleepers
Trading sleepers
The Oscillator (aka the Channeller)
The Elastic Limit (aka 200-day MA Kisser)
Calculating Fibonacci for the Elastic Limit
The Marketers (aka the Indexes)
The 10% a month technique
The Slug (aka the Large Caps)
The Overexcited and Over Priced (aka the Impending Stone)
Placing Your Trades
Final Words On Stocks And Shares
Appendix 3
Asset Allocation
Security
Buy And Hold
Momentum
Applying Asset Allocation
Age
Below 30
30 to 50
50 plus
Current Financial State
The poor
The well off
The rich
Other Considerations
NOTES
OTHER WORKS BY SAMUEL BLANKSON
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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