The NASDAQ 100 and crude oil futures are facing immediate overhead resistance. However, despite some potential back and fill trade, both markets will likely continue higher as we work our way through the positive seasonality. Further, these markets should get a boost from FOMO traders willing to chase prices higher in hopes of gaining market exposure that many unnecessarily liquidated late last year. Never underestimate the emotions that repetitively cause market prices to become irrationally exuberant in the short-run despite valid questions regarding long-run sustainability.Read More
Garner analyzed the NASDAQ 100 futures contract, symbol NQ, in conjunction with WTI crude oil futures, symbol CL. These two assets have been trading with a positive correlation well into the 90s. While the correlation will likely weaken, it will probably remain intact. Further, the NQ is likely in store for a blow-off top in the coming months and oil, after a short-term pullback, could be headed for per barrel.Read More
CME Director of Education, Dave Lerman, will host a panel with trading experts Jon Najarian (Dr. J) and Carley Garner to discuss several key topics for active traders and position traders, including CME's Micro E-mini Equity products, launching in May. If you're interested in discovering the benefits of futures, for a fraction of the up-front financial commitment, this panel is for you.
According to the COT Report issued by the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission), the record net short position held by large speculators late last year has unwound itself, leaving the market dramatically higher and yields almost a full handle lower. However, it feels like interest rates could be bottoming (and Treasury futures could be topping).
Could the US dollar be peaking? If so, it would help bullish stock and commodity portfolios. According to the charts interpreted by experienced futures and options broker, Carley Garner, the US dollar could be rolling over and the euro currency putting in a bottom.Read More
From May 13 - 15 Carley Garner, a veteran futures broker with DeCarley Trading, will be attending the Las Vegas MoneyShow. Join her, and over 100 other knowledgeable trading and investing pros to share market analysis and strategy ideas. Registration and attendance are free, see Carley's speaking schedule below (one paid session and one free session).Read More
"Remember, ... Carley Garner has been dead-right, and the charts, as interpreted by Carley, suggest that this market still has some more upside here," Cramer continued. "But if we get a few more days like this wild one, she thinks we'll need to start worrying about irrational exuberance. For now, though, she thinks we are headed higher, and I agree."Read More
In this LIVE video, Carley Garner, a futures and options broker with DeCarley Trading discusses the gold futures market and technical analysis.
Futures broker, Carley Garner, will outline the intricacies of futures options spread trading to meet the needs of various types of traders; commodity options are versatile tools, be creative!Read More
Commodity broker, Carley Garner, speaks with the author of the Stock Traders' Almanac at the Las Vegas TradersExpo in November 2018.Read More
The DeCarley Trading mobile app is the ultimate communication tool complete with live streaming videos of our commodity trading educational events and interactive chat features. At a time in which email is becoming obsolete and SMS text messaging burdensome and expensive to overseas contacts, this futures market mobile app bridges the gap between the need to communicate in real time and the obstacles more traditional methods face. Armed with the ability to opt in or out for push notifications based on user interest, this communication app words toward streamlining desirable content for the user making for an efficient experience relative to other communication platforms (emails, websites, etc.).
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In their quest for trading commodities profitably, beginning traders spend a substantial amount of time studying market theory, various types of market analysis, and paper-trading in the futures and options markets. Yet, almost all of them fail to take the necessary steps to ensure their trading environment is conducive for the profits they seek. A Trader’s First Book on Commodities aims to fill the void in trading literature that overlooks the importance in making the right decisions before ever placing a commodity trade such as fully understanding market mechanics and logistics, choosing a proper trading platform, understanding order types, being aware of market data fees and policies, how to quote and calculate profit or loss in each of the commodity markets, preparing for margin calls, and the only magic in trading–humility.
Join us to discuss how to get started selling options on futures. In this video, experienced futures and options broker, Carley Garner, outlines the advantages and disadvantages of option selling and highlights the various futures options premium collection strategies, setting up a proper brokerage arrangement, and offers tips and tricks to better the odds of a short option strategy.
The practice of option selling is a controversial strategy for commodity option traders to partake in. Many brokerage firms outright forbid the practice; others allow it, but there are often strings attached. However, there are a limited number of brokerage services that recognize despite the challenges of option selling, it likely offers the highest long-term prospects for successful trading. Accordingly, such brokers give their clients the freedom to implement a short option strategy. We are a part of the minority commodity brokers that believe our clients should be given the opportunity to sell options without hassle. Nevertheless, option selling is far from an “easy-money” venture; there is a reason many brokerage firms shy away from option selling.Read More
Peter Davies, of Jigsaw Trading, will walk participants through a 2-week process aimed at improving their edge in the market.
Topics covered will include:
Peter will also discuss the results of the people that have been through the process. What did they discover about themselves and the futures markets?