DeCarley Trading - Futures, Options, Integrity

DeCarley Trading strives to offer the highest quality futures and options brokerage services at competitive rates. Whether you prefer trading online via a state-of-the-art trading platform, or with an experienced commodity broker, we are confident DeCarley is capable of exceeding your expectations.

Full- Service

Beginning traders are recommended to take advantage of the benefits of full service in order to gain orientation of the markets and trading in general.

Broker Assisted

If you are a relatively experienced futures and options trader but would like to have access to a broker, you may want to consider a broker assisted account.

Self-Directed

Are you an experienced trader? If so, you may not need a broker; nor do you need to pay for service that you won't use. If this is you, save yourself some money and go for this option!

 

Self-Directed Pro

If brokers and commissions just get in your way, this is the plan for you. The Pro plan is reserved for those with ample account funding and trading experience to require minimal broker attention.

Managed Futures

Studies suggest traditional stock and bond portfolios can be improved with the addition of managed futures, let us help to determine if portfolio diversification makes sense for you.

Auto-Trading

We are partnered with a system vendor who has conducted due diligence on a handful of system developers, and over 300 systems, which have proven to be relevant.

 

crude oil

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$90.00 is critical for oil, it could bounce but long term trend is likely lower
A 2022 Commodity Recap with TDAmeritrade Network
A Commodity Broker / Analyst opinion on the 2014 Crude Oil Collapse and the effect on the US Dollar
After a tough week in the oil market, Carley Garner joined Jim Cramer in studio
Another look at the crude oil futures market
Are crude oil and stocks finally decoupling?
Are the stars aligning for crude oil bulls? Carley talked about it on Schwab Network
Bandwagon bulls in crude oil signal the rally might be due for a pause.
Be Careful, the Oil Futures Rally might Roll Over Near $90 per Barrel
Can crude oil survive an economic downturn? We spoke to TDAmeritrade Network about it.
Can the wheat rally be trusted? Carley talked to Ben on Futures via TDAmeritrade Network
Carley and Ben Lichtenstein discussed stocks and commodities on TDAmeritrade Network
Carley discusses oil, gas, and gold with Ben Lichtenstein on TDAmeritrade Network
Carley Garner and Jim Cramer "drilled" down on oil and copper futures
Carley Garner looks at crude oil volatility on Schwab Network with Tom White
Carley Garner Talks OPEC+ and the Future of Oil Prices with Scott Shellady on Cow Guy Close
Carley joined Bloomberg Television for Daybreak Australia with her commodity market outlook
Carley Joined the Ro Show Podcast to discuss Commodities and Option Strategies
Carley spoke to Ausbiz about the impact of interest rate volatility
Carley spoke to Bloomberg Television about oil, natural gas, yields, and the US dollar

Futures and Options Trading Booksby Carley Garner

What People are Saying about Our Commodity Trading Books

Choosing a Futures Broker and Brokerage Service

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Choosing a Commodity Brokerage Firm

Deciding on a commodity brokerage firm is a significant decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Not all traders and brokers are compatible.

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Choosing a Futures and Options Broker

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The Truth about Futures Commission

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Commodities via Futures or ETFs?

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