Desire to Trade with Carley Garner

Carley Garner, an experienced commodity broker at DeCarley Trading, was interviewed in episode 61 of the Desire to Trade Podcast hosted by Etienne Crete.


"Carley mentions that option trading is done at a slower pace than other assets such as Forex, stocks, and futures. 80% of options expires worthless. We also discuss option selling, a Higher Probability Commodity Tradingway to make money on a higher probability with unlimited risk. As an option buyer, the risk is limited but the probability of making a profit is smaller. There are loads of valuable advice in this episode. Carley has the experience and lessons needed." - Etienne Crete

In this interview, Carley Garner touches on some of the ideas she expands on in her latest book, "Higher Probability Commodity Trading". 

Futures and Options Trading Booksby Carley Garner

What People are Saying about Our Commodity Trading Books

Choosing a Futures Broker and Brokerage Service

Full-Service or Online Trading?

The decision to trade online or through a full-service commodity broker will undoubtedly make a large impact on your bottom line.

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A Fair Commission Rate vs. Low Commission

To look at commission rates objectively, we must understand the background of the futures industry and how brokerages accept risk for fees.

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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

Most traders in search of a futures broker are concerned primarily with trading platforms, commission, and quality guidance.

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The Truth about Futures Commission

The goal of futures trading should be to MAKE money, not SAVE it! Discount commodity brokers cut corners that cost their clients time & money.

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Commodities via Futures or ETFs?

A key difference to trading commodity futures over ETFs is leverage, but there is more to discuss, such as taxes, market hours, and efficiency.

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