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.
Joe Ross - Is there a type of trading that's less risky and more profitable? Joe lets us in on a secret.
Larry Williams - Whether you trade it, invest in it, or just wear it - Larry Williams considers some gold price clues.
Jim Wyckoff - Markets tend to have season patterns. This article discusses ones seen in the commodities arena.
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.
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.
Thomas Cathey - In this article the author takes a look back at his first days of professional trading - the mistakes and the triumphs.
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.
Thomas Cathey - Finding your very own unique commodity trading edge is a worthwhile goal. Without one you are lost in the masses, struggling to push your head above the sea of expenses.