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Eden Rahim's recommended reads for options traders

In a recent online discussion regarding covered call ETFs, vice-president of Horizons Exchange Traded Funds Eden Rahim promised readers he would provide us with a list of recommended books on options trading.

True to his word, the list is as follows:

1. Options Perceptions & Deception: Position Dissection and Risk Analysis by Charles Cottle, 1996

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2. The Bible of Options Strategies, by Guy Cohen, 2005

3. The Derivatives Engineering Workbook, by The Globecon Group, 1995

4. Options Pricing & Investment Strategies, by Richard Bookstaber, 1987

5. Options: Trading Strategies that Work, by William Eng, 1992

6. Dynamic Hedging: Managing Vanilla & Exotic Options, by Nassim Taleb, 1997

7. Trading Risk: Enhanced Profitability Through Risk Control, by Kenneth Grant, 2004

8. The Psychology of Judgement and Decision Making, by Scott Plous, 1993

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9. Can You Win? Real Odds for Casino Gambling, Sports Betting & Lotteries, by Mike "The Shark" Orkin

10. Advanced Modelling in Finance using Excel & VBA, by Mary Jackson, 2001

11. The Rules of Risk, by Ron Dembo, 1998

12. Sickness Unto Death, by Soren Kierkegaard, 1848

13. Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities and Software, by Steven Johnson

14. Origin of Wealth: Evolution, Complexity, and the Radical Remaking of Economics, by Eric D. Beinhocker.

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