DeCarley Trading - Futures, Options, Integrity

DeCarley Trading strives to offer the highest quality futures and options brokerage services at competitive rates. Whether you prefer trading online via a state-of-the-art trading platform, or with an experienced commodity broker, we are confident DeCarley is capable of exceeding your expectations.

Full- Service

Beginning traders are recommended to take advantage of the benefits of full service in order to gain orientation of the markets and trading in general.

Broker Assisted

If you are a relatively experienced futures and options trader but would like to have access to a broker, you may want to consider a broker assisted account.

Self-Directed

Are you an experienced trader? If so, you may not need a broker; nor do you need to pay for service that you won't use. If this is you, save yourself some money and go for this option!

 

Self-Directed Pro

If brokers and commissions just get in your way, this is the plan for you. The Pro plan is reserved for those with ample account funding and trading experience to require minimal broker attention.

Managed Futures

Studies suggest traditional stock and bond portfolios can be improved with the addition of managed futures, let us help to determine if portfolio diversification makes sense for you.

Auto-Trading

We are partnered with a system vendor who has conducted due diligence on a handful of system developers, and over 300 systems, which have proven to be relevant.

 

mad money

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Garner and Cramer look at short squeezes and the S&P on Mad Money
Garner and Cramer reviewed the stock rally and market volatility on Mad Money
Garner and Cramer went off the chart to talk irrational exuberance in the stock market
Garner tells Jim Cramer, crude oil futures at $80 is as likely as....
Gold and Silver Futures Chart Analysis with Jim Cramer on Mad Money
Is commodity inflation peaking? Jim Cramer and Carley Garner looked at the futures charts
Is it time to buy gold? Jim Cramer consulted commodity broker Carley Garner for answers
Is the bullish stocks and bearish Treasury trade overcrowded?
Is the crude oil rally overdone? Jim Cramer shared our thoughts on Mad Money
Is the stock market due for a correction, Jim Cramer and Carley Garner find out.
Is the upside in oil futures limited? Our analysis on Mad Money
Is the US dollar showing signs of peaking? Garner and Cramer go Off the Chart on Mad Money
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner Analyze the Commodity Markets
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner go off the charts on WTI crude oil futures
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner go to the futures charts to analyze Treasuries and gold
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner point out crude oil futures margin calls weighing on stocks
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner went Off the Charts in the S&P 500
Jim Cramer and Carley Garner went Off the Charts to talk Crude Oil Futures
Jim Cramer asks Carley Garner about the euro currency futures markets
Jim Cramer used Carley Garner's Crude Oil Futures Chart Analysis on Mad Money

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Futures and Options Trading Booksby Carley Garner

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Choosing a Futures Broker and Brokerage Service

Full-Service or Online Trading?

The decision to trade online or through a full-service commodity broker will undoubtedly make a large impact on your bottom line.

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A Fair Commission Rate vs. Low Commission

To look at commission rates objectively, we must understand the background of the futures industry and how brokerages accept risk for fees.

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Choosing a Commodity Brokerage Firm

Deciding on a commodity brokerage firm is a significant decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Not all traders and brokers are compatible.

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Choosing a Futures and Options Broker

Most traders in search of a futures broker are concerned primarily with trading platforms, commission, and quality guidance.

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The Truth about Futures Commission

The goal of futures trading should be to MAKE money, not SAVE it! Discount commodity brokers cut corners that cost their clients time & money.

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Commodities via Futures or ETFs?

A key difference to trading commodity futures over ETFs is leverage, but there is more to discuss, such as taxes, market hours, and efficiency.

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