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…you would definitely look like you did your homework with that in your man-bag.' ( City Wealth, November 2006)
Over his thirty-year career, commodities expert Jeffrey Christian has gained broad firsthand knowledge about how these markets work; how commodities are monetized and traded around the world; and how these various transactions are executed. Now, in Commodities Rising, he wants to share those experiences with you.
Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Commodities Rising analyzes the current commodity environment and looks out over the next few years to identify potential profit situations for investors and traders. More importantly, it will show you how commodities can be used to reduce risk and increase returns in a balanced investment portfolio. You'll be introduced to a variety of ways in which you can gain exposure to commoditiesthrough both direct and indirect meansas well as discover some specific strategies that will allow you to use the instruments you choose effectively and manage your positions with confidence.
Commodities Rising also works hard to debunk much of the misinformation currently circulating about this market, and provides a reasoned and authoritative reality check. Some of the more widely circulated myths are addressed, including the concept of a long-lasting supercycle in rising commodity prices and the idea that China will be a massive consumer of commodities whose actions will drive prices even higher.
The second half of this book takes a deeper look at sixteen specific commodities grouped under the following headings:
Each chapter includes critical background information needed to assess the attractiveness of these individual commodities as investments.
Filled with in-depth insights, practical examples, and a number of engaging anecdotes, Commodities Rising is an invaluable informational resource for today's serious investor or trader.
Commodities markets are awash in misinformation and disinformation. Huge price swings can inflict painful losses. Should you flee to the investment standards of stocks and bonds? Read morePublished on January 25, 2008 by Rolf Dobelli
One of the strong points of this book was the authors obviously deep understanding of the commodities markets. Read morePublished on August 25, 2006 by Chris Jaronsky
I've read quite a few books and periodicals on commodities; Jeffrey Christian's book is the most comprehensive I've seen on the subject and it's written in a manner which makes it... Read morePublished on July 11, 2006 by Richard M. Rosso