Organization of option trading
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Read Review Visit Broker Thales and the Olive Harvest The earliest recorded example of options was referred to in a book written in the mid fourth century BC by Aristotle, a Greek philosopher of great influence and writer on many subjects. In this book, entitled "Politics", Aristotle included an account about another philosopher, Thales of Miletus, and how he had profited from an olive harvest. Thales had great interest in, among other things, astronomy and mathematics and he combined his knowledge of those subjects to create what were effectively the first known options contracts.
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