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[udemy] Free Options Trading courses for Risk Takers

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Free Options Trading courses for Risk Takers

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Options Trading 101: The Basics
https://www.udemy.com/course/options-tr ... he-basics/

Free Options 101 - Basic of Call and Put Options in 1 Hours
https://www.udemy.com/course/free-optio ... n-1-hours/

Options Trading for Rookies: How to become an Options Trader
https://www.udemy.com/course/options-tr ... ns-trader/

Beginning Options Trading - The Right Way To Trade Options
https://www.udemy.com/course/stock-option-training/

Trading Options For Consistent Returns: Options Basics
https://www.udemy.com/course/trading-op ... or-income/

Options Trading Essentials: The ULTIMATE Guides
https://www.udemy.com/course/options-tr ... ssentials/
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Stretchy wrote: Will I finally understand r/wallstreetbets
When you start to understand, that's when you start losing money. :D
one more deal and I'm out * involuntary tick*.... :twisted:
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TehRFDAnomaly wrote: When you start to understand, that's when you start losing money. :D
Not necessarily true. Stocks have been great in the last decade because most have been rising with very few insignificant dips in between.
Options are useful when the economy or certain industries or specific companies take on a nose dive, de-valued to a lower price, or simply experiencing fluctuations due to rumours etc.
Many people who are good at recognizing historical patterns do well in options as it requires looking into the future and speculate stock prices down the road.
Others use options as a form of hedging to, believe it or not, reduce risk. For example, you can buy a put option (derivative) on the same company or another company from the same industry you bought stocks in. This way if your stock unexpectedly tumbles, the put option can offset your loss.
I recognize that this may not be for everyone, but learning about it at least give you another choice especially when stock market is no longer performing as well as you desire.
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DragonRider wrote: ...as it requires looking into the future...
Good luck with that.
Who are the xxxx up-voting this thread...?
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Those who can't trade, teach.
I can't imagine learning option trading from a free course on Udemy will give people any edge in the market.
If people believe that maybe they should trade option in the first place.

But, thanks op for the RFD spirit of sharing.
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Finally a udemy course I might actually use.

I'm typically a couch potato investor, but have always wanted to learn about puts and calls.
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DragonRider wrote: Not necessarily true. Stocks have been great in the last decade because most have been rising with very few insignificant dips in between.
Options are useful when the economy or certain industries or specific companies take on a nose dive, de-valued to a lower price, or simply experiencing fluctuations due to rumours etc.
Many people who are good at recognizing historical patterns do well in options as it requires looking into the future and speculate stock prices down the road.
Others use options as a form of hedging to, believe it or not, reduce risk. For example, you can buy a put option (derivative) on the same company or another company from the same industry you bought stocks in. This way if your stock unexpectedly tumbles, the put option can offset your loss.
I recognize that this may not be for everyone, but learning about it at least give you another choice especially when stock market is no longer performing as well as you desire.
Well said. I have an ordinary 9-5 job that pays sh*t.

I have flourished financially due to stocks/options and prudent real estate investments.

If you really understand options trading and invest responsibily you can limit your capital investment while also limiting your risk exposure.

I am a regular Joe who's self-taught and not a professional by any means. One word of caution though- never bet the farm!
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keshan wrote: Those who can't trade, teach.
I can't imagine learning option trading from a free course on Udemy will give people any edge in the market.
If people believe that maybe they should trade option in the first place.

But, thanks op for the RFD spirit of sharing.
No one said it will give you an edge (no such thing as an edge when it comes to trading)? It is simply meant to teach you how options work, thereby giving investors more options for investing.
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keshan wrote: Those who can't trade, teach.
I can't imagine learning option trading from a free course on Udemy will give people any edge in the market.
If people believe that maybe they should trade option in the first place.

But, thanks op for the RFD spirit of sharing.
Not sure what you're preaching about... these courses are teaching people HOW to trade, not WHAT to trade.

Sick of reading the same misquoted anti-teaching sentiment as well. The original quote is: "Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach."
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Nobeardroger wrote:
Sick of reading the same misquoted anti-teaching sentiment as well. The original quote is: "Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach."
The original quote is "He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches." George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman (1903)
Your quote is from Lee Shulman in 1951, in his explanation of Aristotlean views. Aristotle never said that.
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TDotHacker wrote: Finally a udemy course I might actually use.

I'm typically a couch potato investor, but have always wanted to learn about puts and calls.
I second the couch potato. Nice steady returns over the past 10 years.

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