Trading options is not for the faint of heart, but with Options Volatility Trading you can develop the confidence and know-how you need to gain a distinct advantage over other traders.
Whether you’re just starting out or currently managing a portfolio, Options Volatility Trading provides a solid cornerstone of up-to-date knowledge on the underlying mechanics of volatility trading. Written by an experienced trader and educator, this thorough guidebook incorporates expert analysis and real-world research to explain volatility trading for options.
While exploring a variety of strategies for riding market swings, Options Volatility Trading shows you how to:
You will learn where and when to look for certain types of trades and what happens to volatility at various times of the year . . . and different days of the week.
Options Volatility Trading is your road map to becoming an enlightened trader who can navigate the information-rich path of volatility to find profits in any type of market.
Adam's book is the most practical book on Options and Volatility Trading I have read.
While options can employ leverage to positive effect, they can, if you are not careful or have a string of poor luck, destroy your portfolio.
If you have no patience in reading an `opaque chapter' and reading it again to discover the nuggets of wisdom,this book is not for you.
This is not e Bay is it? The book was as advertised what else can I say? yada yada yadaPublished 10 months ago by Peter Van Steennis
This is a very interesting book if you are interested in trading volatility and already know the basics. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ned Flanders
I follow Adam on StockTwits. He is an incredibly intelligent person who is perpetually far more correct on VXX trading than anyone else I have ever seen in 20 years of trading. Read morePublished on June 15, 2012 by nyc guy
This book is one of the best options and volatility trading books on the market - it is meant for the practitioner as well as beginners interested in learning the foundation and... Read morePublished on March 17, 2012 by Ryan Renicker
This was the first book that I had picked up regarding volatility.
After having branched out and read other books, mainly by Augen, looking back I see how badly structured it... Read more
It is amazing how somebody with little knowldge about options trading (in his/her own words) rate this book 1 star only. Read morePublished on April 18, 2010 by bbensaid
While this this book has an occasional tidbit of useful information, the writing style is annoying and much of information is poorly presented.Published on March 13, 2010 by OptTrader
Adam's book is the most practical book on Options and Volatility Trading I have read. He avoids much of the confusing (and irrelevant) rhetoric included in most Options texts and... Read morePublished on February 17, 2010 by R. Renicker
This book is a lot like running a diamond mine. You need to sift through tons of junk to get even a tiny gem out. Yes there are a few small gems to be found here. Read morePublished on November 20, 2009 by William Rockwell