• Options Trading

  • 2 Books in 1 The Most Complete Guide. From the Beginners to More Advanced Proven Strategies. Step Out Your Comfort Zone, Invest and Create a Passive Income Using Financial Leverage
  • By: Nick Tudor
  • Narrated by: Jacob Garibay
  • Length: 10 hrs and 41 mins
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By: Nick Tudor
Narrated by: Jacob Garibay
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Publisher's Summary

Are you fantasizing about making money from home and looking for a viable side hustle to generate some extra cash flow? 

Googling “What is the best stock to buy right now?” is okay, but it is not going to bring you any relevant results, and it will cost you a lot in commissions. You need general knowledge about trading, a better understanding of risk factors and techniques for a positive outcome.

Options Trading: The Most Complete Bundle could save you a fortune. It is your all-in-one guide that allows you to trade successfully and scale up your trading business. Nick Tudor shows you mechanisms and methodologies, as well as how to apply that knowledge utilizing proven strategies.

Book 1: Options Trading for Beginners (101)

  • Understand the market from the ground up.
  • Learn how to navigate it, and how to consistently increase your passive income.
  • Familiarize yourself with a multitude of strategic trading decisions, and learn how a trader thinks.

Book 2: Options Trading Crash Course (Advanced)

  • Delve deeper into options.
  • Get to know advanced business-tested strategies, all the components of technical and price analysis to trade, invest, and make money like a pro.
  • Learn how to weigh the costs and benefits, build a strategy to earn no matter the market conditions.
  • Broaden your retirement portfolio with index, equity, and ETF options.

Trading options cost less than stocks, allowing you to choose the right options, based on your needs and to manage your risks. It offers you an incredible opportunity to trade with less outlay of capital.

Options Trading: The Most Complete Bundle is your weapon for beating today's tough times. Enjoy the thrill of buying and selling, and make a profit at the same time.

©2020 Nick Tudor (P)2020 Nick Tudor

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one book horrible, the other okay, but not great.

This was so bad that I had to finish it for the laughter of how bad it is. The use of words are pretty bad. The use of the word "Misfortune" as opposed to "Loss" is annoying. Some of the more horrible language was "Options essayist" instead of "Options writer" There was also some mixup between buyers/sellers/brokers - the language was so unclear at times. Many words were not stock market/options language which I think would confuse a beginner. Not quite "Options for beginners". On the second book "Options Crash Course" was a bit better with some good trading advice. The audiobook was performed very poorly with many repeated sentences, like the narrator forgot where he was. The whole project made me think that the author is not a native English speaker, and he may have used some kind of automated tool to make the book sound more "interesting" but whoever edited the book had no idea of the words used in this the stock market. Beginners should find another book for learning, this would confuse you with terms that you may not find language that match on the Internet.