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A Comprehensive Guide to Commodity Market Analysis, Strategy Development, and Risk Management.
If you only buy one commodity trading book in your lifetime, this is it!

Commodity market broker, author and analyst, Carley Garner, has followed up her previous efforts with what Phil Flynn, a Fox Business News contributor, is calling her “masterpiece”.  

Her fourth commodity trading book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading (Wyatt-MacKenzie/DeCarley Trading, published July 2016) draws on Garner’s years of experience as a futures and options broker to deliver a comprehensive guide to commodity market speculation.  Dan Dicker, Senior Contributor at RealMoney.com refers to this book as “the new bible of futures trading”, and Tobin Smith long-time host of Fox News’ Bulls and Bears described it as “an MBA in trading for the price of a few cups of Starbucks!"

Jon Najarian

I found Carley Garner's latest book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading, a great read for both beginner and advanced commodity traders. She nails the seemingly impossible task of leveling the playing field by imparting vital concepts in easy to digest bites. Carley's book offers readers an abundance of clever trading strategy and risk management techniques in that easy-to-read format, but she doesn't leave out the harsh realities and heartbreak many overzealous speculators face. If you are looking for the “real deal”, not empty promises, this book should be on your shelf!

-Jon Najarian

Reviews of Higher Probability Commodity Trading from other Futures Market Professionals

  • I found Carley Garner's latest book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading, a great read for both beginner and advanced commodity traders. She nails the seemingly impossible task of leveling the playing field by imparting vital concepts in easy to digest bites. Carley's book offers readers an abundance of clever trading strategy and risk management techniques in that easy-to-read format, but she doesn't leave out the harsh realities and heartbreak many overzealous speculators face.  If you are Read More
    Jon Najarian co-founder NajarianFamilyOffice.com
  • In her book “Higher Probability Commodity Trading”, Carley Garner has written the new ‘bible’ of futures trading. Garner tackles every nuance of commodity trading and does it well; margins, spreads, seasonal patterns, technicals, speculative and commercial players – there isn’t a thing she’s seemed to have left out. And oh yes, she gives real world strategies too – a few which even this old dog is going to keep as new tricks. If you’ve got Read More
    Dan Dicker, Senior contributor RealMoney.com and Oilprice.com and Author, "Shale Boom, Shale Bust: The Myth of Saudi America"
  • Carley Garner’s book Higher Probability Commodity Trading offers a functional and realistic starting point for trading commodity futures and options.  Her introductions to different types of technical analysis helps to remove some of "mystery" of chart interpretation and in pattern identification.  Often we need to be reminded that trading futures has big advantages but not without some significant risks.  Carley’s book underscores the axiom that being forewarned is being forearmed.  In other words, gather as Read More
    Jim Iuorio - 30-year market veteran and CNBC contributor
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Author Testimonial

Carley Garner

The commodity trading industry is starved for easy-to-read and entertaining, futures and options trading books focused on translating the complex derivatives markets. My fourth book on commodities, Higher Probability Commodity Trading, aims at bridging the gap between sophisticated futures and options traders, and the “average Joe”. Enjoy!

-Carley Garner

Readers of this book on futures trading will learn to trade commodities

in the following arenas...and more!
Crude Oil Futures

Crude Oil Futures

Corn Futures

Corn Futures

Gold Futures

Gold Futures

Currency Futures

Currency Futures

Cattle Futures

Livestock Futures

Alternative
Risk Management

  • Covered Calls
  • Synthetic Calls
  • Commodity Collars

This futures trading book discusses several alternative risk management concepts and unconventional views on trading strategies, including commodity option selling, hedging futures positions with long and short options, and utilizing a combination of fundamental, technical, seasonal, and sentiment analysis to gauge market prices.

Commodities
Simplified

  • Commodity Strategy Guide
  • Futures Market Analysis
  • Options

Garner has a knack for portraying complex commodity trading concepts, in an easy-to-read and entertaining format. Readers of her latest commodity trading book, Higher Probability Commodity Trading, are sure to walk away with a better understanding of the futures and options market, but more importantly with the benefit of years of market lessons learned without the expensive lessons.

Highlights of what you will learn about futures trading...

Buy or Sell Options?

Buy or Sell Options?

Most traders, and commodity trading books, assume the lowest risk trading strategies involve long options. Yet in reality commodity option sellers face better odds of success on any individual trade despite facing unlimited risk of loss. Limited risk isn't necessarily less risk!
Use Stop Loss Orders?

Use Stop Loss Orders?

Stop loss orders are a common method of risk management for futures traders, but in some cases they might do more harm than good. In this particular trading book, alternative risk management techniques, such as buying options as insurance, are discussed.
Fundamental or Technical Analysis?

Fundamental or Technical?

There is more than one way to analyze a commodity market. Higher Probability Commodity Trading will guide traders through the benefits and downfalls of technical, fundamental, and seasonal analysis. You might be surprised to learn the trend isn't always your friend!
Margin Call Mangement

Manage Margin Calls?

Even conservative traders are bound to find themselves in margin trouble eventually. Contrary to popular belief, it isn't always necessary to liquidate positions or wire money to cover a margin call. Long and short options antagonistic to a position can lower risk and margin.
Options to Reduce Volatility

Lower Volatility?

Creativity can go a long way in commodity trading. Combinations of antagonistic futures and options positions can create speculative positions with any level of aggression, for traders of any type or size. Options are flexible and versatile tools for futures traders too!

Interested in Trading Commodities?

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The author of Higher Probability Commodity Trading, and many other books on futures trading, Carley Garner, is an experienced commodity broker at DeCarley Trading where she writes daily newsletters for her futures brokerage clients covering stock index futures, treasury futures, commodities, and currency futures.

Sample Commodity Charts from Higher Probability Commodity Trading

  • Crude Oil Margin Adjustment with Commodity Options Futures traders can look to long and short commodity options as a means of lowering risk and margin. Trading antagonistic options around a futures contract increases the probability of success.
  • Vix Futures and the e-mini S&P 500 The VIX futures contracts sometimes behaves like an option, in that it erodes as time passes. Yet, most assume that a quiet S&P would lead to a sideways VIX; the opposite is true. Volatility declines in a sideways or higher market, it only moves higher when the S&P sells off sharply.
  • Sell Commodity Options Option selling involves unlimited risk, and limited reward, but some consider it to be a rather high probability trading strategy in the long run due to an abundance of room for error.
  • Natural Gas Futures Spread Trading There is a reason natural gas is known as the widow maker of the commodity markets, it can be fierce. This is particularly true for futures spread traders assuming they are participating in a low risk strategy!

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