Options Trading Starter Guide: A Crash Course to Mastering the Art & Science of Trading Options (Personal Finance #3) (Paperback)
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An option contract is a financial asset known as a "derivative." When you purchase an option contract, you will have the right to trade (buy and sell) certain underlying assets on specific terms. You will select a date and a price for which you can trade this asset. At the appointed time, you may decide to execute the contract (if it is profitable), or let it expire if you think it isn't worth trading.
This guide is an introduction to the concept of options trading. It is a comprehensive resource designed and created for people who are interested in trading options, but do not know much about it or have very little experience.
If you'd like to go into trading options, I will recommend that you carefully read every page of this guide before deciding whether it is worth investing in or not.
The fact is, options trading is quite complex, especially when compared to other forms of investment like stocks, and many people tend to be discouraged by the very idea of investing. It is true that newbies and beginners have to learn the basic concepts before involving themselves in the trade, but the time and effort spent will not go to waste. It can be profitable in the long run.
Options trading is a complicated subject, no doubt, but learning the fundamentals isn't that difficult. Once you grasp the basic concepts of options contract and what is involved, the complex aspects will make more sense to you.
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