A Trader’s First Book on Commodities: An Introduction to The World’s Fastest Growing Market, by Carley Garner gives specific steering on accessing commodity markets cost-successfully, avoiding frequent rookies’ errors, and bettering the chances of successful, worthwhile trades. You can also make large profits by trading commodities however you’ll need vital sensible knowledge of the associated risks and market traits before you start.
This book is a simple, sensible and helpful guide for new commodities traders. Drawing on her extensive experience instructing traders, Garner shows how one can calculate revenue, loss, and risk in commodities, and choose the perfect brokerage agency, service degree, data sources, and market access on your needs.
By reading A Trader’s First Book on Commodities: An Introduction to The World’s Fastest Growing Market, you’ll be able to grasp the basics of trading commodities painlessly, avoiding errors, get what you need, and forestall paying for what you don’t need, know what you’re shopping for, what it costs, the returns you’re earning and the risk you’re taking to predict value, handle risk, and make trades that replicate your analysis.
Garner demystifies the industry’s colorful language, helps you clearly perceive what you’re shopping for and selling, and walks you through the complete trading process. She concludes with a refreshingly new take a look at topics comparable to buying and selling plans, dealing with margin calls, and even sustaining emotional stability as a trader.
This book gives the kind of information each dealer must know and the type of information too many merchants had to be taught the onerous and costly way. It affords sensible need-to-know, actual-world trading suggestions which might be lacking in lots of books on futures. It should assist not only the novice trader, but seasoned veterans as well. This book will serve as essential reference in each dealer’s library.
A Trader’s First Book on Commodities: An Introduction to The World’s Fastest Growing Market [Hardcover]
FT Press; 1 edition