A situation at my workplace has arisen where I have the opportunity to learn natural gas options and (hopefully) become an options trader in the near-term. The problem is... up until this was presented to me (last week), I didn't know anything about options except what a call and a put is... I had always assumed I would only be dealing with linear books for the next couple of years so this is something out of left field.
I am currently working my way through Options Volatility and Pricing (Natenberg).
I have a few questions for you guys...
1) Any other books for options that you would recommend after Natenberg's?