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25 апреля 2009 | Автор: Admin | Рубрика: Научная литература » Экономика | Комментариев: 0

Charles M. Cottle, «Options Trading: The Hidden Reality »
("Options: Perception and Deception" & "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" revised & expanded, Printed in Color)
RiskDoctor, Inc. | ISBN: 0977869172 | 1st edition (2006) | pages | PDF | 4.2 Mb

This new book is an expanded revision of "Options: Perception and Deception" and "Coulda Woulda Shoulda".
Options: Perception and Deception was published by McGraw Hill in Hardback and I obtained the rights back to self publish the derivative Coulda Woulda Shoulda to give away at my brokerage firm from 2001 to 2003. Because they are out of print, Options: Perception and Deception sells from between $299 and $399 while Coulda Woulda Shoulda fetches between $55 and $125 where rare books are sold. "Options Trading: The Hidden Reality" not only printed in color has 100 more pages and features more dissection illustrations on popular wingspread (stretched-out condors, slingshots and skip-strike-flies) and calendarized spread (double diagonals, straddle strangle swaps and double calendars) configurations.

I think what made "Options: Perception and Deception" in such demand were the 3D graphics and the Skew Library. They are both brought back in color along with the appendix proving Chapter 2's Options Metamorphosis.

Unique Insights

After several false starts, I started studying options seriously a few months ago and burned through a lot of books I had seen recommended in various place. Some were fairly good, some not, but I feel they all pale in comparison to this book. Charles brings clarity to this often obfuscated field, and for the fisrt time I feel I have 'grokked' options.
Parts of the book are not an easy read and have to be worked at before things click, but when they do you know you have really learned something new. Other parts of the book are fascinating stories of what can go wrong (very very wrong) when trading options. It's hard to imagine many authors spilling the beans on some of their really bad trades as honestly as Charles has. He also recounts some really brilliant trades he has made. The key is that the disasters were not in accord with 'the hidden reality' of options, whereas the victories were taking advantage of it.
Thanks to the original uploader!





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