How Commodities Trading Works
This book introduces reader to the fascinating, bustling, wheeling-dealing world of commodities trading, revealing the amazing journey that ends with juice in our glass, bread on our tables, and gas in our tanks-and money in the pockets of savvy traders. A history of commodity trading relates the enthralling story of the rise of the Chicago stockyards, the city's earliest commodity markets, and the global spread of such increasingly high-tech trading centers. The mechanisms of the markets and time-honored trading strategies are also outlined. The book includes "Myths & Facts" and "10 Great Questions to Ask a Financial Adviser."
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