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Bill Johnson brings a unique blend of real-world trading experience combined with academic theory. He is the founder of Options A to Z.com; a website dedicated to teaching the art & science of options trading to traders around the world.
His trading career began in 1995 after being hired by the discount giant, Charles Schwab, where he worked for an active trader options team in addition to specialized technical and fundamental analysis teams.
He gained invaluable experience while working rotations for Schwab's trade support desk, risk assessment, and initial public offerings (IPOs). Bill was also active in training and taught weeklong courses to hundreds of Schwab’s advanced brokers in Option Pricing and Hedging as well as Economics of Financial Markets and wrote the corresponding compliance-approved course manuals.
In 2000, he was hired by 21st Century Investor as the Chief Options Strategist and wrote eight books ranging from options, futures, forex, volatility, and the Federal Reserve. Three were selected as supplemental texts at universities. He created two online educational courses featuring options and single-stock futures where more than 300,000 students have enrolled worldwide. Bill was also a host for the 21st Century Alert Radio Show on WNN 1470AM.
In 2007, he became the Director of Education for Options University where he wrote Options 101: From Theory to Application and was a keynote speaker for many financial seminars, including a month-long tour in Australia, Singapore, Jakarta, and Kuala Lumpur.
He has articles published in Active Trader, Buy-Sell-Hold, SFO (Stocks, Futures, & Option), Investor’s Observer, and Smart Money magazines and has also been quoted in Barron’s. He was also invited to be a speaker for the Option’s Institute Master Sessions at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and the Quantitative and Computational Finance Day (QCF) at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Bill also teaches Financial Risk Management as an adjunct professor for Florida International University (FIU), which is one of the largest research universities in the country. He received a Master's Degree in Economics in 1996 and an M.B.A. in 1999 from the University of Central Florida.
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I have recently gotten invovled in investing and have been dealing with stocks for a while. Eventually I decided to start reading about options. Read morePublished 4 months ago by webb1976
After checking this book out of the library three times, I figured it was time to buy it. I’m glad I did. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joel Herskowitz
One of the best book on option trading education. Presented in the easiest possible way. The only way to remain confuse about option trading is to refuse to read this book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Raymond A. BITCHONG
I have been trading options for about 6 months now and have read a few books on it. This is by far the most lucid and comprehensive options trading book for beginner level option... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tanushree Chowdhury
I have been using Bill's book as a supplement to my text book in an intro to risk management class I teach for the past 6 years. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Helen K. Simon
This book was initially I thought good for the beginning trader. The more I read the more scattered it became. I did not enjoy the analogies. Read morePublished 21 months ago by dolphinfaith63
The book "Options Trading 101: Theory to Application" is without doubt an essential handbook for all new to Options trading - can't do without it! Read morePublished 23 months ago by John S F Kok
It's pretty good for the beginner and middle level option trader.
Very good book and easy to understand. It's useful for practice in option trading.
Very good for begginers everthing explained cleraly and twice. I would like to find a similar book no tchnical analysis. Very worth buying. Read morePublished on August 30, 2013 by Luciano