Panel Workshop Details
Strategies for Trading Futures & Commodities*
In this Master Class, two top futures and commodities traders will share their time-tested strategies for pulling profits these fast-moving markets to minimize risks without missing market opportunities.
In the first half of this Master Class, Carolyn Boroden, the Fibonicci Queen, will cover how she identifies current trade setups in commodities and financial futures using Fibonacci ratios. She will present, analysis starting with blank charts and illustrate how she sets up her work every day in the markets. The analysis will include running the Fibonacci price relationships and finding price clusters, along with time analysis to anticipate changes in trend.
In the second half of the class, veteran commodity broker, Carley Garner, will show you how to trade covered calls in the commodity markets. Stock market investors often participate in covered-call strategies in which they give up potential gains for the luxury of added income and a downside risk buffer. Commodity traders looking to construct a similar strategy will need to make alterations to better fit the characteristics of the futures and options on futures markets. Ms. Garner will discuss the key differences between trading stocks and commodities and how to construct a covered-call strategy to mitigate futures market leverage and volatility.
Ms. Garner will cover the advantages of trading futures relative to stocks, how to overcome disadvantages of the futures markets, creative ways to manage risk and leverage in the commodity markets, and how to design a covered-call strategy in commodities that offers income and limited risk.
Regardless of the asset classes you currently trade, all traders should be educated on futures and options on futures because of the insights they provide into many different asset classes.
$109 per person if purchased by April 22; $139 per person if purchased after April 22. Includes refreshments.
Please call for more information or to purchase tickets at 800-970-4355.