Hello Everyone - I'm starting my journey into the Options world after a few years scalping futures ( via depth of market ) and some algo FX trading. I have been trying to understand the relationships of the Greeks and how they relate to the trade (and each other) over time. Thus far, the materials I have found have been extremely basic or on the other end of the spectrum (academic). Is there a recommended reading list to help get me up to speed? or is this more of a "time in the saddle" type of learning, where you need a few hundred trades under your belt to internalize everything? Perhaps OptionVue will help me visualize what is happening? To add a bit background on my proposed path, I should say my focus is on income generating trades. I'm inclined to try one of Sheridan's courses that primarily focus on Weekly Options for a small account. My hypothesis is that this would foster a more active trading style that would have limited strategy adjustments as I learn. After getting comfortable with shorter DTEs, I thought I would try Locke's M3 training and graduate up to longer time frames that require adjustments. I also plan to subscribing to RTT for additional insight. Any comments/criticisms/suggestions on a learning plan are welcome. On a side note, I'm really happy I found this forum. I thought Futures.io had one of the best trading communities, but the knowledge presented here by members is truly without peer.