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"Unlike the fairy tale notion perpetuated by many trading books ..." - by Winston Goldin
Unlike the fairy tale notion perpetuated by many trading books, Caley Garner paints a realistic picture around the commodity markets. I have learnt many new practical tips, which will assist me in my decision making process.

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"Another great read from Carley Garner!" - by Jo T
This is a first-class instructional book on trading commodities futures and options on commodities. Extremely well-written, concise and informative as well as being an interesting read, as are her other books (recommended reading). Nuts and bolts, down-to-earth, right to the point stuff. For anyone interested in commodities trading who is not yet a fully-seasoned trader, this is your book. It seems to me to be sort of a sequel or continuation to her Higher Probability Commodity Trading. Eagerly awaiting her next book. Jo T

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"Very Professional Book" - by Turbo
George Kleinman lays out the details simply and logically.
Huge amount of information of the realities of trading both Commodities and Futures
Includes the very basics of costs per trade, profits per trade and how the system works

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"Great book if you want to trade for a living" - by FAS Capital
The thing that interested me in Diary of a Professional Commodity Trader is that it is less about the actual trading methodology (although there is plenty of that if you want to learn exactly how "he" does it) but more importantly at least for me is how does someone go from trading as a hobby to becoming a professional and doing this as a living. Not in terms of being mentally prepared but how do you actually do it, literally? How many trades do you make a day, week, or month? Your position sizing? How do you pyramid? How do you scale back when the trade is going against you? Your average win:loss rate? All important things to consider if you want to trade for a living.

There are many books discussing methods for each of these topics but reading something in a book and actually putting it into practice is ... full review

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"Game changing book, in my opinion" - by ETRM Guru
A great commodity trading strategy book that provides useful strategies, and I really enjoyed not only the human nature chapter, but the Extraordinary Delusions chapter.

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"Such a unique and well thought out book. I have never seen anything like this in commodity markets." - by brownie123
This book is an absolute must read. It is the most unique, well thought out, prescriptive, clever, and extremely well crafted book on commodity markets, written by an experienced professional, you have out there now and nothing compares to it. Nothing. Not only does this amazing book bridge the gap between technical and fundamental research in commodities but it directs the reader to fully understand how markets move through trader activity - the positioning analysis is simply brilliant.
Mark has written this book in a style that enables the reader/analyst to replicate his methods. By doing so, one can fully able to understand the difference between fundamental analysis (which ultimately wins long term) versus short term technical analysis. This book is the all important bridge. Buy this book! It is so well written and the graphics are outstanding!

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"Four Stars" - by P.T.
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"Exceptionally well written book" - by r0mAn (Santa Monica, CA)
A writer delivers on his promise. The material in this book “is concise, non-technical and fluff-free,” and than much more. One would think “Mastering Uncertainty in Commodities Trading” focuses solely on a narrow niche within the financial world, but one would be wrong.

As I read Krainer’s exceptionally well written book it dawned on me: in its core this book is a generous narrative of personal discovery. As such, his book is a treasure trove for a reader. It’s a small wonder Krainer does not quote only the most famous investors like Warren Buffet, George Soros, Paul Singer or Victor Niederhoffer but also uses words of Baruch Spinoza, Thomas Aquinas, Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein to better illustrate his points. He uses the quotes sparingly but those give us insight into an excited, mighty mind of an author who masterfully waves all that together, adding a nice flair to the book. ... full review

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"A very good methodology for interprting the COT reports for trading" - by JH (Chicago, Illinois USA)
I have read the other reviews and found them to be inaccurate. The COT report is unique to futures however Larry has developed another indicator that provides a similar indicator that is applicable to stocks and futures markets that do not have COT reports available. Exit criteria are discussed on numerous occasions. While entrances are subjective Larry mentions this repeatedly, saying that trading involves 2 steps: 1) setup, which the COT reports can help provide and 2) entry trigger, which he provides some simple techniques he has used over the years.

While there are references to his advisory and educational services as well as the data/charting company that he uses they are not simply marketing gimmicks. When I study analysts, advisors and the like I prefer to be able to exactly duplicate their studies and verify them for myself and Larry's references are very beneficial in that regard.

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"Dry reading at times but incredibly informative" - by Amazon Customer
I came into this book completely ignorant to commodities in general and was looking for something that could educate me on the dynamics of how they worked. After searching in vain for a book covering all commodities I came upon this one on energy. It is just what I was looking for. The book covers every little detail about energy from drilling details to transmission and three phase energy. It's a tough dry read though. I still haven't finished the entire book but the chapters I've read so far already make it worth the high price. I've learned so much about energy from this book it's surprising. No longer do I feel ignorant when the topic of energy or oil or natural gas comes up. What I've read so far isn't a get rich quick by reading tea leaves kind of book. It's a fact based very comprehensive overview of ... full review

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"the legend continues......" - by JohnCline@prodigy.net (new york city)
time tested and very workable trades abound in this book, used at face value or as a tool in contract selection this book should be a prerequisite in any traders library

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"Great Book on the Physical Commodity Market!" - by R. Koch
This explains the international commodities market in great detail and it's a fantastic read. It has nice details and explanations of complicated concepts in addition to some rigorous math if you have the desire to understand the technical side of this industry. Wiley book, in my opinion, are fantastic reads. They seem to have great authors and editors that can make learning and understanding the technical sciences, business fun and interesting ... hurray to them....

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"Good book for the beginners." - by Amazon Customer
Easy to understand . Adequate information.

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"Its worked since 1991 except one year, when I didn't scale trade this way" - by Fumbles4
I can't say enough good things about this book. I have not had a single losing trade since 1996. I got to know the author on a first name basis and he is not pleased with the gal in Florida that took over the business. Be aware of a similar trading system. In my eyes, the scales orchestrated by that firm were (are) not set up properly. You can expect a comfortable 20 - 40% return each year trading Wiests way (Ive had more several times). There was one year when I had a paper loss the first year, broke even the second, and the third and fourth year my account just screamed. (I had 74 coffee contracts at one time...lots of oscillations) The best thing about this is I can continue to be a contractor, real estate investor, farm investor and don't have to watch ... full review