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How To Be A Options Trading King - How To Be A Trading King #4 - cover

How To Be A Options Trading King - How To Be A Trading King #4

Andrew Johnson

Publisher: Andrew Johnson

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Uncovering The Secrets Of How To Trade Options Like A King  
This bunde is made up of Andrew Johson's masterpieces on Options Trading, which includes: 
Options Trading: A Beginners Guide to Options Trading: Unlocking the Secrets of Options Trading  AND Options Trading:The Ultimate Guide to Options Trading: Uncovering Options Trading Profit Making Secrets 
If you have ever spent any real time trading in one or more of the asset investment markets, then you know how little freedom you sometimes have to go your own way and set your parameters for financial success as they make sense to you. Not so with options trading, which, as the name implies provides you with the option, not the obligation to carry through on what you have started. What’s more based on the state of the market at the moment, you can easily transfer all of your existing skill into this new way of trading without missing a beat. If you are already somewhat familiar with options trading but want to take your skills to the next level then How To Be A Options Trading King is the book you have been waiting for. It is a bundle of Andrew Johnson's Options Trading masterpieces.  
Studies show that barely more than 10 percent of all options traders display the type of mindset that will help them be successful in the long term. Inside you will learn not just what it takes to form the type of mindset that will lead you to success, you will also learn important tips that the best options traders utilize on a daily basis along with the mistakes that many traders of all skill levels fall into and how you can avoid them for yourself. You will also learn what a reliable options trading plan looks like and how to measure the metrics of your current system to ensure that it measures up. 
If you know that you have it in you to be successful in the asset market, but you haven’t quite found the right niche, then what are you waiting for? Take control of your financial future and buy this book today! 
Inside you will find: 
Understanding Trading as a Whole     
Options Trading in a Historical Sense     
The Basics of Options Trading     
How to Get Started with Options Trading     
The Different Types of Stock Options     
Choosing Index Options     
Choosing Currency Options 
ETF and The Future Options     
Options Trading Strategy Terms     
The Options Trading Strategy 
Ensuring Success with Options Trading     
Is Passive Income Possible with Options Trading?     
The difference between liquid and illiquid options and which you stay away from more often than not. 
Why it is important to consider historical volatility before you make any moves. 
Which metrics you are going to want to consider in order to determine if your trading plan is a dud or a financial stud. 
Ten different trading strategies for all seasons and market moods and how to get the most out of each one. 
Several specialized and advanced trading techniques and when to use them for maximum profit. 
And more...

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