Carley Garner and MoneyShow talk about the CFTC's COT Report

Carley Garner and Tim Bourquin of the sat down at the Traders Expo in Las Vegas to "talk shop".  Click the link below to listen to what they had to say about seeking overheated markets using the CFTC's COT (Commitments of Traders Report).  If you are unfamiliar with the COT Report issued by the Commodity Trading Commission, it is a weekly statistics report to identify which types of traders are holding net long or short positions in the various commodity markets.  There isn't an equivalent report available to stock traders, but it can be thought of as being similar to insider trading filings in the equity markets.  Money Show, Traders Expo Las Vegas Carley Garner Interview

We use the COT Report often to identify markets that might have garnered too much speculative attention in a common direction.  Click below for complimentary access to this interview.

Click here to view the Carley Garner interview regarding COT Reports


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