Discussion in 'Options' started by a529612, Jul 20, 2006.
Any suggestions? Thanks!
Options: The Hidden Reality by Cottle www.riskdoctor.com
When I read his book before it put me to sleep. Then I ask my option brokers, they told me all I need to know is the basics:
Interesting. Your broker used to give away copies of Cottle's books to prospective clients
I still have the half-read Phd book. That's why I double check with them if I really need to read that book.
I call that book a bible Whenever I need to check into more of something like butterfly, I do dig in the bible.
Cottle's book is not a one-time read. It is something to absorb over time. But the whole book has synthetics running through it so it is a good one stop shopping for it.
One man's cure for insomnia is another man's amphetamine.
Call me curaaaazyy...but I lean towards "knowledge is power" rather than "ingnorance is bliss".
Whatever makes you money!
If you have finished the book, more power to you. Right now I am happy I have the book to check into just in case.
I am learning everyday & just like to set priority to my readings. Right now finishing that book is low priority since I have learned enough option building blocks to make money. There are other area of learning will impact my bottom line more. So much to learn & so little time!
Hull and Baird describe synthetics the best -- cottle is in a world (mystic) of his own.
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