Options have a learning curve. The theory and foundation is critical. Every Pro started here, however it is important to start the learning process in a structured manner.
In this Beginners Bundle of Options trading courses, Call Options and Put Options are explained in simple layman’s language that anyone can understand. These Options trading courses uses real-world examples for Call Options and Put Options.
In the case of Call options, a real-estate example is used, and in the case of Put Options, an Insurance case is used. Understanding these two basic building blocks is critical to understanding the other Options trading courses.
It is recommended to follow the chronological order as laid out on this page to get the most out of these Options trading courses. Time Decay, Implied Volatility and the Option Greeks are key mathematical concepts that underpin the Options market, and these are explained in great detail in these Options trading courses.
These Options trading courses also contain Live trading examples of Buying Call options, Selling Call Options, Buying Put Options, and Selling Put Options by choosing a stock, performing Technical Analysis for good trade entry points, and finally each trade goes through a week or two until the exit. Please also go through the complete list of Mini-courses which is a good supplement to these Options trading courses. Mini-courses take a single concept and takes a deep dive into that concept.
Finally, you can get a Bundle of all the Options trading courses that you see on this page. Please scroll down to the bottom of the page for the complete Options Beginners Bundle.
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