"This is considered the bible for many options traders and I certainly refer to it often and with reverence. My 3rd edition is 882 pages long so this isn't a book to ""read"", it's a book to refer to. What Natenberg is to Theory, McMillan is to Practice, and I'd recommend any options trader buy th Read more...
This is a classic book that every serious options trader must read.
Decent reference material
"I actually ended up finishing this FAT book, even though I felt I was reading the same rhetoric again and again all along the book. This book could have been a lot SLIMMER. Although not a bad book to have in the library. I use it every now and then for reference (like margin requirements, prospecti Read more...
The No 1.Comprehensive Options Book
"A comprehensive options book is an understatement at around 1,000 pages. It is not one of those books you read from cover to cover unless you have masochistic tendencies, but as a reference book you won't find better. It has everything you could need answering in one place about options. This is Read more...
A great resource to any trader wishing to dive into the option world. A little on the expensive side but well worth it as this would compare to any college textbook on campuses today with all the information inside. The book itself is over 900 pages long and you can even buy a supplemental study g Read more...
This is an excellent book on options that I would recommend to anyone. It lays out all the information you could ever need without a bias. Definitely a complete book on options.
This book gave me a great understanding of options and some of the details I never knew. A little dry, not for beginners or those impatient, but the content is great and will reward you.
Pretty Cool Book
The title says it all, "Trade" like Warren Buffet. The book gets rid of the false dichotomy of trader or investor and shows Buffett for what he really is and the methodologies for how you can make money in the market.
Not for starters.
"This book has a TON of information. However, it is not for the first time options trader. This in my eyes is a more of a spot reference than a "" hey I want to read an how to option book"" It does have basics in it, but again I would not say it is a first timer book. If you have some options kno Read more...
For beginner, option is very complicated and not easily understandable. However you can understand from the root of option if you read this book. The disadvantage of this book is that it has too much content and covers a quite range of readers from beginner to fund manager. It makes confused for s Read more...