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If you are a total beginner/novice you may want to check out Thomsett's Getting Started in Options. After that pick up McMillan's Options as a Strategic Investment. Then pick up Natenberg's Option Volatility and Pricing.

Options are not easy, and there is no way to make them easy. Be prepared to spend some serious time reading, studying, contemplating, rereading, and more studying. They are not for everybody, but if you are willing to take the time to learn, they are an excellent complement to a prudent investor's overall portfolio.
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