trade commodities

An article of commerce or a product that can be used for commerce. In a narrow sense, products traded on authorized commodity exchanges. The types of commodities include agricultural products, metals, petroleum, foreign currencies and financial instruments and indexes to name a few.  Many people refer to futures and commodities synonymously because the most common form of commodity market speculation is through the futures markets.

Futures and Options Trading Education Resources
Futures Chart of the Day Archive
Futures market rundown with Timing Research and the Option Professor
Futures Traders correlating Inter-market relationships
Garner and Cramer went off the chart to talk irrational exuberance in the stock market
Gold futures trading, feast or famine
Have oil futures and the e-mini S&P finally decoupled?
Helpful Hints When Determining Commodity Markets to Trade and Not Trade Based on Liquidity
Holiday Markets are Usually Bullish for Stocks
How to cope with margin calls using options and futures
Iceberg Orders...Useful or not?
Important Aspects To Know When Choosing a Brokerage Firm To Trade Commodities
Introduction to Commodity Trading
Investing summit with Real Money contributors
Is it now or never for the commodity markets?
Is it time to buy gold? Jim Cramer consulted commodity broker Carley Garner for answers
Is the oil run done yet?
Jim Cramer turned to Carley Garner for guidance in the crude oil futures market
Jim Cramer turns to Carley Garner for guidance on the euro and crude oil
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