If you are a relatively experienced futures and options trader but would like to have access to a broker to "bounce ideas off of" or simply would prefer to shift the risk of trade placement to a third party, you may want to consider a broker-assisted account.Broker Assisted Futures and Options Trading

As a broker-assisted client, you will receive:

1. The Financial Futures Report delivered to your inbox multiple times per week
2. The DeCarley Perspective commodity commentary and trading guidance
3. Detailed trading recommendations
4. Full access to the DeCarley Trading mobile app
5. Third-party generated trading ideas
6. FREE access to renowned daily commodity research publications
7. Email, instant message, text message, and telephone access to your broker during and beyond market hours
8. Quick and reliable trade placement
9. Access to live-streaming quotes and charts
10. Trading ideas and recommendations should you want a second opinion
11. Margin guidance, including using options, futures, or spreads to eliminate margin calls
12. Access to premium educational articles and other web content provided exclusively to DeCarley Trading clients.

*All clients have access to live and streaming futures and options quotes (exchange data subscription required) and a trading platform, regardless of service level. 

*Click here to view a commission schedule. 

Futures and Options Trading Booksby Carley Garner

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