carley garner books

  • A Trader's First Book on Commodities

    Knowledge is the most valuable commodity!

    A Trader's First Book on Commodities

    www.ATradersFirstBookonCommodities.com

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    Before you trade commodities, you'll need significant practical knowledge of the associated risks and futures market characteristics. That's where this book comes in. You won't find boring theory or bewilderingly complex commodity trading strategies here. Instead, you will find specific guidance on accessing commodity markets cost-effectively, avoiding common beginners' mistakes, and improving the odds of successful futures and options trades.

    Drawing on her extensive experience as a commodity broker, Garner shows how to calculate profit, loss, and risk in commodities, and choose the best futures brokerage firm, service level, data sources, and futures market access for your needs. Garner demystifies the industry's colorful language, helps you clearly understand what you're buying and selling, and walks you through the entire commodity trading process.

    She concludes with a refreshingly new look at topics such as futures trading plans, handling margin calls when trading in commodities, and even maintaining emotional stability as a trader.

    • Know the players, know the language, know the techniques
    • Master the basics painlessly and avoid beginner's mistakes
    • Choose the right commodity brokers, services, trading platforms, and tools
    • Get what you need; don't pay for what you don't need
    • Make sense of confusing commodities quotes
    • Know what you're buying, what it costs, the returns you're earning, and the risk you're taking build a flexible trading plan that works to help predict price, manage risk, and make trades that reflect your analysis.
  • Carley Garner Commodity Education Book Reviews

    Learn to trade futures, options, and FOREX with Carley Garner trading books.

    Carley Garner's futures, options, and FOREX trading books have been reviewed by several national publications.  Here is a sample of some of the trading community book reviews.

  • Carley Garner Futures, Options, and FOREX Trading Books

    Learn to trade futures, options, and FX with Carley Garner books!

    New Futures Trading Book by Carley Garner

    Carley Garner, a futures broker at DeCarley Trading, is the author of multiple trading books.  The intention of the publications is to compile lessons learned as a long-time commodity broker, and deliver them to readers in simplified and efficient educational material for futures, options, and FOREX traders.  

  • Commodity Options the book by Carley Garner

     It isn't free, but it's close...If having this book saves you 1 tick in the commodity option markets, you have almost recouped your investment.

    Order Commodity Options the Book by Carley Garner

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    Trading commodities is "hot", as Jim Rogers would say.  Stagnant stocks and massive bear market in raw commodities have lured much of the attention away from Wall Street and toward down-town Chicago.  It is difficult to turn on the television or open the newspaper without being reminded of the impact that commodity prices have on our daily lives. With most of the major commodity index readings are near historical lows, now might be the best time to consider investments in the commodity markets, or at least speculative trading in commodity futures and options.

    Commodity traders are starving for simply written and comprehensive information on commodity speculation through options.  Unfortunately, most option trading literature is focused on the equity markets. There are very few books written that cater to commodity option traders and even fewer that are capable of pointing out the differences between the two arenas and guiding traders through the transition from stocks to commodities.  This is that book.   

    Trading Commodity Options is a must have resource, written by an experienced commodity option broker, for those attempting to profit from the ever-evolving commodity markets.  Although the content is challenging, the language and organization avoids the normal levels of frustration that often comes with this type book.    

    Trading Commodity Options will take the reader on a journey through the nature of the commodity markets; from there the reader will be introduced to standard commodity options theory and work their way through complex options on futures strategies and concepts such as Iron Condors, Butterflies and Ratio spreads. 

    Visit www.CommodityOptionstheBook.com for more details!

  • Higher Probability Commodity Trading

    Higher Probability Commodity Trading by Carley Garner

    www.HigherProbabilityCommodityTradingBook.com 

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    Carley Garner, an experienced commodity broker for DeCarley Trading in Las Vegas, has followed up her previous three titles with Higher Probability Commodity Trading, a comprehensive futures and options trading book focused on trading strategy development, commodity market analysis, and much more.  

    The book received rave reviews from some of the top names in the industry, and we are confident you will enjoy it too! Jon Najarian, co-founder of Najarian Family Office and CNBC contributor, believes this book is "A great read for both beginner and advanced commodity traders."  Tobin Smith, CEO & Founder of Transformity Media Inc, and former co-host of Bulls and Bears on Fox News, refers to Higher Probability Commodity Trading as "..an MBA in trading for the price of a few cups of Starbucks!" And Phil Flynn of Fox Business News, has declared "If you are only going to read one book on the futures market this has to be it."

     

  • Ignore the death cross in the e-mini S&P future?

    the financial futures report

    Renewed concern over interest rate hikes has stock index futures reeling...or does it?

    Truth be told, the most recent drop in the S&P is a mere 50 handles, or 2.4%. Even if you measure from the April 20th high, the market has corrected a paltry 4%. In short, because this correction has been long and drawn out it seems much worse than it really is. Further, if the realization that Fed action is coming sooner rather than later is only good for a 50 point sell-off, we've come a long way since the "taper tantrum". You might recall the fiasco of 2013 which occurred when the financial markets were informed that money printing stimulus was coming to a conclusion. In our opinion, if the market was going to fall apart on the thought of another rate hike, it would have done it already.

     

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