Larry McMillan's option bibles

Discussion in 'Options' started by a529612, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. I got the his 2 books "Options As Strategic Investment" and "McMillan On Options". Is it absolutely necessary to read them cover to cover or should I use them like a dictionary to look up only the strategies than interest me? Thanks!
     
  2. pattersb

    pattersb Guest

    are you required to take a test at the end?
     
  3. yes
     
  4. WD40

    WD40

    While you are at it, you can read Natenberg's bible as well.
    After you have done all three, go pick up optioncoach's handbook. It is a must for advanced traders.
     
  5. WallStGolfer31

    WallStGolfer31 Guest


    Yes, I have read "Options as a Strategic Investment" and so should you.....!
     
  6. Depending on how well versed you already are in options I found the workbook that goes with "options as a strategic inv" which covers the 1st 25 chapters very helpful. Definitely the 1st 25 chapters then the rest later on. Natenberg's was more helpful the second time around when I understood a little more.
     
  7. After you've read that fluff, you'll have to read Cottle's books.