The Complete Guide to Option Strategies by Michael Mullaney
Advanced and Basic Strategies on Stocks, ETFs, Indexes and Stock Index Futures (Wiley Trading)

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Important insights into effective option strategies

In The Complete Guide to Option Strategies, top-performing commodity trading advisor Michael Mullaney explains how to successfully employ a variety of option strategies, from the most risky--selling naked puts and calls--to more conservative strategies using covered positions. The author covers everything from options on stocks, exchange-traded funds, stock indexes, and stock index futures to essential information on risk management, option "Greeks," and order placement. The book provides numerous tables and graphs to benefit beginning and experienced traders. Written by a CTA who has successfully employed various options strategies to generate market-beating returns, The Complete Guide to Option Strategies will be an important addition to any trader's library.

Michael D. Mullaney (Jacksonville, FL) is a high-ranking commodity trading advisor who specializes in option selling strategies.

About Michael Mullaney

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Michael D. Mullaney has traded equity and futures options utilizing a broad range of strategies and instruments, including options on stocks, stock and bond ETFs, indexes, and stock index futures. Mullaney executes option buying and selling strategies but concentrates most of his efforts on writing far out-of-the-money options by using strategies that can profit in rising, declining, and sideways markets. Mullaney is a principal of a commodity trading advisor and a certified public accountant. He has been interviewed on national business radio, featured by national trading magazines, was formerly a partner at KPMG, vice president of a corporate tax department, instructor for a law school course, contributor to a book on taxation, and author of six articles on merger and acquisition issues. He can be contacted at
Published April 29, 2009 by Wiley. 556 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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