Jim Cramer used the WTI crude oil and copper futures analysis by commodity broker DeCarley Trading on the August 30, 2017, episode of Mad Money!


Cramer's charts suggest oil prices are about to fall off a cliff from CNBC.

"Here's the bottom line: The charts, as interpreted by our go-to commodities person, Carley Garner, suggest that crude oil could soon fall off a cliff while copper might be running out of momentum. Neither of these is what I'd call a good sign. You know what? I'm on board with both calls." - Jim Cramer, Mad Money on CNBC host

Do you want to learn more about how futures broker Carley Garner puts this analysis together for the Mad Money show?  She teaches commodity market analysis, in addition to futures and options trading strategy development, in her latest book HigherHigher Probability Commodity Trading Book Probability Commodity Trading: http://amzn.to/2gpSIaJ 

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