Now, Kerr dispels the common myths and misconceptions about these markets as he explains all the basics: how these markets function, how locals in the pit work, what those strange-looking acronyms mean, and which markets are thinly traded and tightly controlled, as well as delving into the all-important psychology of the market. So, whether you're a novice or an experienced trader, his down-to-earth, clear-cut guidance will make you more savvy, more confident, and more able to jump right in and grab those profit opportunities that are waiting for you.
©2007 Kevin Kerr; (P)2007 Gildan Media Corp
Highly recommend this book. Invaluable coverage of the basics in commodity trading starts at the complete novice level, then expands into very useful knowledge and tools that validates trading methods seen in the world of stocks and options.
This book is slightly misleading. I thought I was going to learn about fundamental commodity investing. The book does cover commodities, but not enough for you actually invest. This book covers basics as stop losses, and what an option is or futures.
I was hoping that the book would explain basic commodity fundamentals.
This book explains basic stock market fundamentals and using commodity futures as an example.
You might like this book, but I found Commodities for dummies a lot informative and useful.
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