Don Dawson - Don Dawson runs through what you need to know to be able to work out how much margin is needed when trading commodity spreads.
Don Dawson - Don Dawson discusses how analysis of the Commodity Markets can be used as a screening filter for the selection of suitable stocks to trade as an alternative to traditional trading approaches.
28 Jan, 2011 in Commodities
Don Dawson - Don Dawson gives an insight into trading of inter - commodity futures using less capital than outright futures positions and how this can reduce risk through hedging
Floyd Upperman - "Commitment of Traders Data" (COT) expert Floyd Upperman discusses the history and use of this powerful tool for Commodities Traders and how the introduction of a new variation of this can give an even clearer view of the overall market.
Dr Alexander Elder - Dr Alexander Elder gives a review of the uptrend rally in Gold using multi-timeframe technical analysis and advises on what to look out for in trading this instrument.
Don Dawson - Ever wonder what makes a winning trader consistent? In my opinion that consistency is due to the trader having his own "edge" over other traders. This "edge" is what each trader must find for himself.
Carley Garner - One of the most frustrating aspects of trading commodities is getting comfortable with how each contract is quoted, what the point value or multiplier of each contract is and most importantly how to calculate the profit, loss and risk of a trade.
Thomas Cathey - To get a computerized system edge, you need to figure out the basic human trading weaknesses and include them in your software. Anyone can buy a trading system these days, but it will have little value unless it is unique and different from the crowd.
Brandon Wendell - Many traders seek out assistance in their trading decisions from technical indicators. However, there is another useful data set that will give clues as to the possible future of the markets. This data is the Commitment of Traders report.
Mike Estrey - Much has been written about the current bull market in gold, looking back at previous trends may shed some light on why the bull market may have significantly further to go in coming years.