Make Money Trading Options: Short-Term Strategies for Beginners

Make Money Trading Options: Short-Term Strategies for Beginners

by Michael Sincere


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The bestselling author of Understanding Options shows how to make money—and avoid making mistakes—when buying and selling options contracts

With clear, simple language—and without a lot of confusing charts or indicators—MarketWatch columnist Michael Sincere shares his expertise and battle-tested strategies for building wealth in the options market. Even beginners can quickly benefit from the guidance in this book—as well as those concerned about potential volatility in the near term. The author discusses how to:

•Implement short-term trading strategies buying calls and puts
•Find winning stocks using proprietary test trading strategies
•Identify the most profitable market environments
•Learn when to enter or exit option positions
•Find ideal setups and positions
•Protect your money in both bull and bear markets—and know when not to trade
•Identify new and important buy and sell signals
•Learn new ways to view and trade the stock market

An expert who has appeared frequently on CNBC and other media outlets, Sincere is uniquely positioned to get you started on the path to profit—providing ideas and principles to help you avoid bad bets and create an investing plan geared toward protecting your assets.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781260468755
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 03/02/2021
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author

Michael Sincere has authored a number of investing and trading books, among them Understanding Options, Understanding Stocks —both now in second editions—All About Market Indicators, and Start Day Trading Now. He has written hundreds of articles on investing for major brokerage firms as well as the MarketWatch column “Michael Sincere’s Long-Term Trader.” Sincere has also made dozens of appearances on radio and television. He was a corporate trainer and an adjunct professor at several universities.

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