The returns that can be made from the stockmarket can be improved by investing in traded options - sometimes known as equity and index options - which is different from trading in shares, and subject to different rules. As the terminology and trading procedures of equity and index options can seem complicated, and there are risks involved, a disciplined approach is essential. Aiming to help private investors to add a new dimension to their stockmarket trading, this book offers a straightforward and methodical explanation of how traded options work and how to use them profitably. Each chapter begins with a table of key words and definitions to enable readers to familiarize themselves before starting the step-by-step approach on which the book is structured.
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Peter Temple was born in West Yorkshire and is a graduate of the University of Wales, a former member of the London Stock Exchange, and a Fellow of the Securities Institute. He spent the first 18 years of his working life in fund management and investment banking, turning to full-time writing in 1988. His articles cover a wide variety of investing topics, and appear regularly in the Financial Times, Investors Chronicle, Shares, International Fund Investment, and in a number of other publications and financial websites. He has written several other books on investing including First Steps in Shares, also published by Financial Times Prentice Hall.Review:
"Peter Temple's book is a clear step-by-step guide to understanding traded options." Jim Slater author of the Zulu Principle.
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Book Description B T Batsford Ltd, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0713484454
Book Description B T Batsford Ltd, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110713484454