You are recommended an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser. Discussion in ' Books ' started by TraderGregJul 16, Log in or Sign up. I have a solid knowledge of basic options including how they work, price fluctuations compared to stock price, spreads, etc. Option Trader Handbook, Volatility and Pricing, etc? Thanks for your help. McMillan Thick books to stun an ox, but it's all in there. Recommended recommended Volatility Trading by Euan Sinclair to me. For the umpteenth time McMillan, Natenberg and then Cottle. Sure, few interesting nuances and staffbut what beyond it? Serious question to all: Please share your "a ha! At this point, Trading think I recommended likely by the Books book and Options Volatility and Pricing, but maybe a description of my books may help a bit. I've been studying trading for a long time, and feel like I am ready to begin trading in the next two or three months. My questions for options have to do with which ones are options best for swing options days approx holding. Any further book suggestions or advice will help. Read all these books recommended and then recommended. Unless you want to learn the basics, almost all the books give the same idea. Yes, the presentation may be different, and explanation may be better, but ultimately you learn the strategies. I have found lot of sites and blogs for free giving the similar insight. No, I am not undervaluing these books, just that they are great options understanding the basic or advanced concepts. What I see missing is the next step - managing the trade. You may know all the basics, the Greeks, and in between. But the hard and difficult part is to know what to do when RUT drops 25 points? There are some books suggesting stock trade management, but Options trading is different, and this gap needs to be filled. CBOE has good webinars, Dan Sheridan shines there, and I heard that Dan is about to release a books on Managing the trade. However, I don't think the book is out yet. May be there are some and I am not aware of some other books. For me, the others were interesting, but not making any money for me. It is trading, and explains things like adjusting postions once you are in them. Different types of position trading as well. Once you have a better than basic understanding, this one stands out. You must log in or trading up to reply here. Your name or email address: Do you already have options account? No, create an account trading. Yes, my password is: Forums Forums Quick Links. Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads. Style Modern Layout V2 Contact Help Advertise Home Top RSS. ET IS FREE BECAUSE OF THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT Options THESE COMPANIES:.