Carley Garner on Mad Money with Jim Cramer talking crude oil futuresJim Cramer featured Carley Garner's Commodity Market Analysis on Mad Money on September 1st 2015

"The fact that the big boys were throwing in the towel and capitulating right near the bottom is exactly why Garner now believes the path of least resistance for oil is higher," ~ Jim Cramer, Mad Money on CNBC


On September 1st, 2015 Mad Money on CNBC used commodity market analysis written by Carley Garner, an experienced commodity broker at DeCarley Trading.  The discussion focused on  the implications the current make up of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Commitments of Traders Report (COT Report). 

Click on the thumbnail image below to watch the archive of the Mad Money segment featuring Carley Garner's oil market analysis:

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