Profitable grain trading
A 1933 classic on grain trading written by a famous grain speculator. This book is a virtual encyclopedia on all facets of grain trading, containing many technical trading systems and much market wisdom.
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Introduction By Edward D Dobson
My Experience As A Grain Trader
Why A Futures Market?
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30 cents acreage advance April August August 17 Balance bro't beans bought broker bulletin bushels of wheat Buy 0ell Buy buying and selling capital carryover cash grain cent decline cent stop cents a bushel cents Average chart Chicago May Wheat close commodity cost of production cotton delivery month export factors farm farmers forecast forward Maximum margin Gain gold dollars grain futures grain market grain speculation grain trading high price investment July 17 July Corn July Wheat June lines 0 lines long position loss trades low prices major bear market major decline Maximum margin required million bushels October past period price of wheat purchase Rule Number Eighteen Rule Number Eleven Sept September Wheat short interest short position short sale short side sold stocks stop loss stop loss order stops—year's profits Swing Trading tion trade No trade Trading Plan Trading Rule Number weeks wheat prices Winnipeg York Stock Exchange