The Big Saturday Interview This week our Big Saturday Interview features market analyst and futures trader Carley Garner, whose new book, A Trader’s First Book on Commodities, includes “need to know” information for anyone looking to trade or simply better understand the world’s fastest growing market.
What You Need to Know About Choosing a Broker
Deciding on a brokerage firm for your futures contract trades is a significant decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Before committing to a firm, here are a few points that individual investors and traders must keep in mind.
The Components of Successful Intraday Trading
There are obvious market opportunities in intraday trading and using these tips by Carley Garner, you can also develop the patience, practice and fortitude to become one of those that have achieved profitable long-term trading results.
Understanding Commodities Pricing
Trading commodity futures can be intimidating and extremely overwhelming for a new trader. However, this explanation by Carley Garner will help you to get more acquainted with how the commodity market works.
11 Orders Every Commodity Trader Should Learn
If you are serious about being a commodity trader, you should be just as serious about fully understanding each of the trading tools available to you. Here’s a tutorial to help you minimize your worries when trading the commodities market.
How to Calculate Profit and Loss in Agricultural Futures
Carley Garner gives an explanation of the commodities market to help you begin your journey in this challenging yet lucrative trading arena.
Introduction to Options Selling
Carley Garner explains the theory of options selling and offers a practical approach for implementing some basic risk management techniques.
An Options Strategy to Use If You’re Bearish
In this trading lesson, Carley Garner explains the put ratio spread and the best time to put this options trading strategy into practice.
How to Swing Trade with Options
There are an unlimited number of strategies and possibilities that exist when being creative with options trading. Here is one approach by Carley Garner for those interested in aggressively trading options spreads.
How to Create a Synthetic Put
Why would you go through the hassle of mimicking an instrument instead of simply trading the original? The answer is simple: you can design it to better take advantage of the underlying market. Carley Garner explains the benefits of this popular options strategy called a synthetic put.