Commodities 101: Tips and Tricks from a Former Exchange Floor Trader



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  1. Ed says:

    Finally you guys red my mind this is interesting looking forward to read more about comos !!!

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  2. pito soukir says:

    hi,

    Do you think trading options on futures is easier or less complicated than trading options on equity? Furthermore, given a small trader (with no big money), what’s the minimum of money I need to start trading futures options? Plus, which one is the best broker with the best platform for futures options trading?And finally, I observe a lack of published books on futures options; I did read your book”Get Rich with options”, but I find it not enough for a newbie to get started, but it’s ok!
    Thanks!

    Pete

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  3. http://www.capitalvia.com.my says:

    Hire a broker. They can help you avoid terrible investment choices, and they can teach you all about investing. Stockbrokers also have access to expert information on stocks, mutual funds, and bonds. You can harness this expertise for yourself if you hire one. They may also help manage your stock portfolio so that you can see how close you are to your goals.

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