A Maniac Commodity Trader's Guide To Making A Fortune: A Not-So-Crazy Roadmap to Riches

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 23, 2007 - Business & Economics - 233 pages
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Praise for A MANIAC COMMODITY TRADER'S GUIDE TO MAKING A FORTUNE

"Kevin Kerr has the keenest instincts of any commodities trader I've ever met. His recommendations are money in the bank. This book is your passport to the exciting, frantic, frustrating, and potentially enormously rewarding world of futures trading. Do you want to make money in futures and options? Read this book and let a master show you not only how to trade, but how to trade to win."

—Sean Brodrick, Editor, MoneyandMarkets.com

"Any old trader can throw money into the commodity pits, although why do you think that they call them 'pits'? With Kevin Kerr as your guide to understanding the commodities markets, it is as if you have Babe Ruth as your batting coach. Kevin has that uncanny knack for doing things right, and the magic eye that can see the stitches on the fastball. Kevin's brilliant new book will help you to develop the ability to choose your pitch, and to swing at the ones on which you can make money. Before you play another inning of the commodities game, Read This Book!"

—Byron W. King, Contributing Editor, Whiskey and Gunpowder, www.whiskeyandgunpowder.com

 

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Contents

You Cant Afford
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CHAPTER THREE Not Your Grandfathers or Even Your
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CHAPTER FOUR Secrets of a Floor TraderRevealed
43
What the Traders in
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Winning the War before
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CHAPTER SEVEN The Trend Is Your Friend Until It Ends
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CHAPTER EIGHT Untangling the Tricky Fundamentals
137
CHAPTER NINE The Future of Futures
153
CHAPTER TEN Taking Your First Steps into the World
167
CONCLUSION See What Your Future Holds
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Index
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About the author (2007)

Kevin Kerr is a lifelong student of the commodities and resource-trading arena and has worked in the trading pits next to legends such as Paul Tudor Jones. He is currently the Editor of Resource Trader Alert (www.resourcetraderalert.com) and coeditor of Outstanding Investments for Agora Financial, LLC. Kerr is also a correspondent for MarketWatch from Dow Jones and a frequent contributor to Barron's, the Wall Street Journal, and many other news services around the world.

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