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About the Author

Ken Trester is the editor of 5 different option investment weekly publications published by investorplace.com , ultimateoptionstrategies.com and the Institute for Options Research Inc.(optionpal.com) Ken Trester has been trading options since the first exchanges opened in 1973. He's probably one of the nation's best -known options advisor, and he also actively trades his own account. He has written three books on options. The Complete Option Player, now in its fourth edition, is among the best selling options books ever. A former computer science professor Ken has taught many popular course on options trading. In addition, he teaches a limited number of individuals through intensive options seminars. Many former students have been very successful using the strategies he espouses. Ken has an MBA and has worked as an investment manager. He developed an economical software program for personal computers, OPTION MASTER, that allows small investors to easily determine an option's true theoretical value.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Inst For Options Research Inc (October 5, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0960491449
  • ISBN-13: 978-0960491445
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,687,799 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
Absolutely primitive book.not good for a novice or a seasoned trader.Each page is used to advertise author's other products like newsletter,softwares etc.Wishing to return the book but shipment back from india is costly,so keeping it.
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I thought this title would be great seeing as how it was the only options book wrapped in plastic on the shelf. It's just ok. The secrets are more like "nuggets" of information and indeed, there is a bit of product hype in every secret.
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By B. Lee on January 13, 2006
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After reading a lot of technical options strategy books, what I like about this book is that it is to the point, does not repeat itself much, and offers good ideas and tips. This book is good for someone that already knows the basics of options. It describes a lot of options strategies and list which ones the author thinks is most powerful. The author lists the advantages and disadvantages of the different strategies. It is up to you to decide which strategy is best suited for your risk-to-reward zone and then do some more research. This book is like a list of 101 tips. If you do not like to read books with chapters that can be summarized into a few paragraphs then this book is for you.
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I can't imagine that there could be a worse book than this on this subject; what a waste of time. The entire contents could be summarized in one chapter, the rest is pointless and misleading waffle. It really is a waste of time to read a 310-page book that offers neither insight nor knowledge. Indeed, I'd be bankrupt if used his methods. I concede that the author is an expert in the field, but unfortunately in this book he doesn't want to teach readers anything real or useful from his own experience; instead he spends almost the whole book marketing himself and his services.
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This book was a major disappointment and the author has given nothing new or important to the arena of Options Trading. Given that his highest recommendation is to buy out of money options in hope of a "long shot" as he puts it, I think I will look elsewhere to find better risk / reward set up's and a more strategic plan.

His "secrets" are 1 page of non-sense followed by his unwarranted bragging about how he profited from a trade similar to the strategy he explained.

All in All, this book is a joke and waste of time to anyone serious about trading options.
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OK first of all I have 100's of books, and there are a lot of them I don't like. Only this one made me mad enough to get out of bed and write a review. I probably bought it over a year ago, so I just decided to check it out tonight and I could not believe what I was reading.

The ENTIRE book is like a breif description of a strategy and THATS IT!!!
Every chapter is 1 to 2 pages!

This book has to be the biggest con I've ever seen.

Ever chapter title leads you to believe that you're in for such a treat, and you are so let down when you find it's 1 to 2 pages long MAX!!!!

DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!!

All I can say is "Ken what were you thinking??"

Could you not at least try and impress us??

Rather than tell us about 101 strategies why don't you go into detail on 3 that would be much more effective, and people wouldn't be so pissed off.
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