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He is getting alot of enjoyment out of reading it. ROMO on March 13, When I saw the promo on tv they made it sound like they would be giving away their secrets on how they trade options, That's not what this book is, it is basically a beginners book on how options work, in fact the New York Institute of Finance puts out a book entitled "Options as a Strategic Investment" that is a lot better book.
The Najarians true secret to how they make money in options is that they created algorithims that they use and the only way you can use it is by paying a fee to join optionmonster,com. Then everyday they throw out one or two companies that are trading in heavy volume and all the subscribers have to scramble to make some money. Top rated Most recent Top rated. All reviewers Verified purchase only All reviewers All stars 5 star only 4 star only 3 star only 2 star only 1 star only All positive All critical All stars All formats Format: Hardcover All formats Text, image, video Image and video reviews only Text, image, video.
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You must purchase at least one item from Amazon to post a comment. A problem occurred while submitting your comment. Guidelines Sign in to comment. There was a problem loading comments right now. By Marc on April 15, A more simple book on options would be difficult to write.
This book is not about how the Najarians trade options - it's their attempt to use their public persona to sell something. Advanced Trading Strategies and Techniques". I read it then and have used it's timeless knowledge to trade derivatives, equities and futures with great success.
The Najarian book is basically an an out-take of the introductory components of Natenburg's work. But, there is more! Not only is this book useless to any serious trader, it's actually a bait and switch - it comes with two offers - 1. Buy an expensive monthly membership to OptionMonster to get the "real scoop", or you can hire a very expensive "advisor" who has been "vetted" by the twins and is eager to tell you how to win in the markets - if you are willing to pay up front. I called the sales line and someone in a call center in North Dakota not Chicago answered.
I was willing to invest to know if one of these "coaches" could tell something I didn't know. Of course, I requested the audited financial statements of the "coaches" to see who was really winning, but unfortunately there were none to be found - not any proof that the coaches were financially successful.
So - bottom line - if you want to look at two middle-aged dudes with ponytails then buy the book and frame it. If you want to learn about options you'll need to look elsewhere. Remember the one constant in the markets - "Those who speak don't know, and those who know don't speak".
By TexEd on July 21, Poorly written, anything for the new options trader in there one can very easily get on line. Just google 'trading options. By Mywifeshusband on March 30, I was so disapointed when I read this book. I skimmed through it to find anything that was more then a generic understanding of the basics of options. I did not find it. This was not the book presented on tv.
This book was just a way to try and sell their other services because the book was useless and a total insult to anyone who has a rudimentary understanding of options. It lowered my opinion of Jon and Pete. By Dave Strasser on November 3, It is a scam!!!!!! You can't unsubscribe unless you call and nobody ever answers or calls you back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Daniel Betz on August 8, If you read Bill O'Neil's book on "How to Make Money in Stocks" he reveals an actionable strategy and knowledge you can use to trade with. This book, supposed to be about trading options does neither. This book is a good book as an Options Primer period; it's for people who know nothing about options. If you already know what options are and how they work, puts, calls spreads etc you'll get nothing here you don't already know.
The book is simply a beginners book, level and meant to be a loss leader and database creator for author's to sell subscription services to you. Book is only worth the shipping costs if you have no options trading knowledge at all. Finally, this book reveals no strategies on how to trade options. But then again what do you expect for shipping costs only?
Definitely don't buy it on Amazon--if you're curious you can get it for shipping cost from the Authors or they'll be a bunch in the used book stores soon enough. By Tracinator on September 2, Lowered my opinion of the brothers. Too basic and had a slick, sales sham feel. By Southernguy on September 3, The "offer" of the book for free if you will pay shipping and handling is just a way of getting your name, phone number and email so that they can try to sell you "advice".
That's what they do: Since you will get the same advice at the same time as every other subscriber I think it will be useless. Book might be usefull for a beginning investor interested in learning the basics of options, but there are no actual techniques or advice in the book. And there is no indication that if you do pay the several hundred dollars a month - yes, hundreds per month - you will ever get any knowledge or insight into how to determine trades for yourself.
No, apparently they don't want to share methods with you, but only want to sell you advice. By Larry Christensen on December 27, This is one of the most useless books I have ever read. The book tells a little about the history of options trading and then tries, and I mean just tries, to explain the various ways of trading options. It does a very poor job of doing that. I can't emphasize enough how terrible and uninformative this book is.
Don't even bother to read it because it is just a waste of time. Customers also viewed these items. Options as a Strategic Investment: How I Trade Options.More...