A. Recommended Reading

One of the questions Mark gets from his option mentoring students is, “What are the best books to learn options trading?” It’s a good question because there are hundreds of books out there all claiming to be the best options books. The truth is, for every great options book there are nine or ten that are total junk. So here are Mark’s recommended books, those that provide enough theoretical knowledge to be at the level of advanced options trader.

Category 1: The Starter

The Rookie’s Guide to Options, by Mark D. Wolfinger: Yes he is a little irritable sometimes, but in the end the man cares about people. He wants to help new traders, and he wrote a pretty good beginner’s book. There are other decent rookies books out there ...

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