Every now and then I get DMs from novice trades asking me for advices on the best way to go about learning option trading. My answer is always to Start with introductory level books like Natenberg’s “Option Volatility Strategies”, Euan Sinclair’s “Option Trading”, or John Hull’s “Option, Futures, and other Derivatives”. These books provide the foundations for anyone who wants to dive into the rabbit hole of derivatives pricing and trading, yet not overwhelming with math/stats/probability theory (apparently some are intimidated by quantitative language).

The level of quantitative knowledge tends to be the 2nd most asked question that I get…

Harel Jacobson

Quant PM. Global Volatility Trading. Python addict. Bloomberg Junkie. Amateur Boxer and boxing coach (RSB cert.) !No investment advice! Don't try this at home

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