Trade Commodities Like a Girl
Wednesday, January 25, 2017 14:30 MST » 16:30 EST
Trading futures and options is a game of odds; if you are not doing everything you can to put the odds in your favor then you are putting the odds in the favor of other market participants...your competition.
Carley Garner, an experienced commodity broker, believes that humility is the secret to increasing a futures and options trader's probability of success because it encourages traders to accept the potential of inaccurate speculation
Join us to discuss the practice of trading commodity futures and options in a manner that reduces risk and increases the prospects of success. Carley will be discussing many concepts highlighted in her latest book, "Higher Probability Commodity Trading".
Topics discussed will be:
- Why Trade Commodities?
- Advantages and disadvantages of trading futures vs. ETFs and Commodity Stocks
- Simple Trading Rules to Live (or Die) by
- Deleveraging Speculation with Common Sense
- Using the Versatility of Options to Reduce Position Volatility
- Options Give Traders "Options"
- The Only Magic in Trading: Humility
About Our Speaker
Carley Garner is an experienced commodity broker with DeCarley Trading, a division of Zaner, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
She is 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.
Carley specializes in various methods of commodity market analysis but is best known for her technical analysis contributions to Jim Cramer's Mad Money.
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; she is a regular contributor to TheStreet.com and its Real Money Pro service, as well as multiple other media outlets highlighting the commodity markets.
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