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Bibliography

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Bittman, James: Options for the Stock Investor, Burr Ridge, Illinois, Irwin Professional Publishing, From basic through advanced techniques; software included.

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Luft, Carl F. And Sheiner, Richard K.: Understanding and Trading Listed Stock Options, Second Edition, Burr Ridge, Illinois, Irwin Professional Publishing, 1994. All the basics; worksheets for covered writing and other strategies; a good starting point.

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McMillan, Lawrence G.: Options as a Strategic Investment, Third Edition, New York, New York Institute of Finance, 1992. The grand-daddy of options books. The complete treatment from intermediate level to advanced.

Natenberg, Sheldon: Option Volatility and Pricing, Revised Edition, Burr Ridge, Illinois, Irwin Professional Publishing, 1994. Extensive treatment of volatility and advanced strategies as they pertain to commodity options.

The Options Institute: Options: Essential Concepts and Trading Strategies, Second Edition, Burr Ridge, Illinois, Irwin Professional Publishing, 1994. By staff and consultants of the CBOE; explores the options market from the perspective of all participants: retail and institutional investors, market-makers. Basic to intermediate level.

Ritchken, Peter: Options: Theory, Strategy and Applications, Glenview, Illinois, Scott, Foresman and Co., 1988, pp. 264.

Roth, Harrison: LEAPS, What They Are and How to Use Them for Profit and Protection, Burr Ridge, Illinois, Irwin Professional Publishing, 1994. LEAPS from A to Z. Emphasis on practical applications.

Schneeweis, Thomas, and Richard Spurgin. "The Benefits of Index Option-Based Strategies for Institutional Portfolios." The Journal of Alternative Investments, Spring 2001, pp. 44 - 52.

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Whaley, Robert. "Derivatives on Market Volatility: Hedging Tools Long Overdue," Journal of Derivatives, 1994, pp. 71-84.

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