I found Carley Garner's latest book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading, a great read for both beginner and advanced commodity traders. She nails the seemingly impossible task of leveling the playing field by imparting vital concepts in easy to digest bites. Carley's book offers readers an abundance of clever trading strategy and risk management techniques in that easy-to-read format, but she doesn't leave out the harsh realities and heartbreak many overzealous speculators face. If you are looking for the “real deal”, not empty promises, this book should be on your shelf!
The commodity trading industry is starved for easy-to-read and entertaining, futures and options trading books focused on translating the complex derivatives markets. My fourth book on commodities, Higher Probability Commodity Trading, aims at bridging the gap between sophisticated futures and options traders, and the “average Joe”. Enjoy!
This futures trading book discusses several alternative risk management concepts and unconventional views on trading strategies, including commodity option selling, hedging futures positions with long and short options, and utilizing a combination of fundamental, technical, seasonal, and sentiment analysis to gauge market prices.
Garner has a knack for portraying complex commodity trading concepts, in an easy-to-read and entertaining format. Readers of her latest commodity trading book, 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.
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