HIGHER PROBABILITY COMMODITY TRADING: A Comprehensive Guide to Commodity Market Analysis, Strategy Development, and Risk Management Techniques Aimed at Favorably Shifting the Odds of Success

HIGHER PROBABILITY COMMODITY TRADING: A Comprehensive Guide to Commodity Market Analysis, Strategy Development, and Risk Management Techniques Aimed at Favorably Shifting the Odds of Success

by Carley Garner


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Winner of a TraderPlanet STARR award for Best Trading Book of 2016!

Higher Probability Commodity Trading takes readers on an unprecedented journey through the treacherous commodity markets; shedding light on topics rarely discussed in trading literature from a unique perspective, with the intention of increasing the odds of success for market participants.

In its quest to guide traders through the process of commodity market analysis, strategy development, and risk management, Higher Probability Commodity Trading discusses several alternative market concepts and unconventional views such as option selling tactics, hedging futures positions with options, and combining the practice of fundamental, technical, seasonal, and sentiment analysis to gauge market price changes.

Carley Garner, is a frequent contributor of commodity market analysis to CNBC’s Mad Money TV show hosted by Jim Cramer. She has also been a futures and options broker, where for over a decade she has had a front row seat to the victories and defeats the commodity markets deal to traders.

Garner has a knack for portraying complex commodity trading concepts, in an easy-to-read and entertaining format. Readers of Higher Probability Commodity Trading are sure to walk away with a better understanding of the futures and options market, but more importantly with the benefit of years of market lessons learned without the expensive lessons.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942545521
Publisher: DeCarley Trading, LLC
Publication date: 07/19/2016
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Carley Garner is an experienced commodity broker with DeCarley Trading, a division of Zaner, in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is also the author of "Higher Probability Commodity Trading", "A Trader's First Book on Commodities", "Currency Trading in the FOREX and Futures Markets", and "Commodity Options", she also writes a monthly column for Stocks & Commodities Magazine.
After graduating from UNLV as a Magna Cum Laude, Carley jumped into the options and futures industry with both feet in early 2004 and quickly became one of the most recognized names in the business. Her commodity market analysis is often referenced on Jim Cramer's Mad Money on CNBC, and she is a regular contributor to TheStreet.com and its Real Money Pro service.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Introduction to Commodity Analysis and Speculation
Chapter 1: Commodity Market Refresher
Chapter 2: Technical Analysis in Commodities
Chapter 3: Fundamental Analysis of Commodity Markets
Chapter 4: Seasonal Tendencies of Commodity and Financial Futures
Chapter 5: The "Others"; Reading the COT Report and Intermarket Correlations
Section 2: Commodity Trading Strategy Development
Chapter 6: Position Trading in Futures
Chapter 7: Day Trading and Algorithmic Trading in Futures
Chapter 8: Futures Spread Trading
Chapter 9: Options Trading Strategies
Chapter 10: Managed Futures and Constructing a Commodity Portfolio
Chapter 11: Hedging Portfolio and Business Operations Risk with Futures and Options
Section 3: Thinking Outside of the Box for Product Selection, Strategy Development, and Risk Management
Chapter 12: The Hidden Gems of the Commodity Markets
Chapter 13: Speculating in VIX Futures Isn't for Everybody
Section 4: Implementing What You've Learned
Chapter 14: Tips and Tricks to Live or Die By
Chapter 15: Understanding Implications of Trading Cost Decisions
Chapter 16: Risk Management: Understand, Properly Utilize, and Hedge Commodity Market Leverage
Chapter 17: Use Commodity Market Volatility to Your Advantage - Mean Reversion and Delta Neutral Trading
Chapter 18: In Conclusion, Commodity Trading is Mental; Don't Be

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