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DeCarley Trading works hard to provide clients, and prospective clients, with quality trading education, research, and commentary. Here you will find a compilation of articles and videos intended to educate our followers regarding potential trading strategy, market theory, and analysis techniques emphasizing the risks and rewards. We'll also use this forum to post press appearances, radio interviews, etc.
Carley Garner and Jim Cramer Went Off the Charts in Treasuries and Crude Oil Futures
Is the Treasury rally just getting started?
Treasury bonds have gone from a hot potato asset nobody wanted to hold to an asset that has staged a historically sharp rally. Like most rallies, capitulation selling made it possible. Panicked selling in government-issued fixed-income securities left investors sidelined and speculators massively short the market. However, the COT (Commitments of Traders) data via the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission) tells us that we are merely beginning to unwind what was one of the most significant overcrowded trades in history. Jim Cramer discussed this on the December 12th episode of Mad Money on CNBC.
Carley Garner joined David Nelson of the Money Runner Podcast
Carley Garner was invited to the Money Runner podcast with David Nelson to talk about market analysis using charts, seasonality, and the COT (Commitments of Traders) Report issued by the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission) each Friday.
*Carley does not consider herself to be a pro trader, but she has a lot of experience reading charts :)
*THERE IS A SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING FUTURES AND OPTIONS. MOST PEOPLE LOSE TRADING COMMODITIES*
Carley spoke to Bloomberg Television about oil, natural gas, yields, and the US dollar
Interest rates hold the key to other asset prices. Further, stability in interest rates increases the odds of normal market correlations making a return. This means a lower dollar should push most stocks and commodities higher. Click the image above to view the archive of the interview with Abigail Doolittle.