FREE Futures and Options Trading Video: Learn about Swing Trading in Commodities with DeCarley at the Traders World Online Expo!TradersWorld cover

In the 18th Traders World Online Expo, Carley Garner of DeCarley Trading offers a complimentary video aimed at helping traders learn the nuances of swing trading in the commodity markets using futures and options.

Swing Traders in the commodity markets must take an unconventional approach to speculation and risk management. Join Carley and she discusses the idea of going against the grain to improve the odds of success in futures and options trading, lays out the reality of trend trading, the use of stop loss orders or options for protection, buying and selling options to protect futures market positions, and much more!


Higher Probability Commodity Trading book by Carley GarnerMany of the concepts discussed in this presentation are offered in more detail in Carley's latest book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading.

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Commodities via Futures or ETFs?

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