Alan Knuckman is the chief options strategist at Barchart Bulls-Eye Options, a worldwide leader in investment education. He brings over 20 years of trading experience that began in the pits of the Chicago Board of Trade as a runner and progressed to a Treasury Bond speculator for himself. Alan was a division partner for major commodities and stock brokerage firms.

Alan Knuckman takes us through the metal complex and points out what trades to watch.

Is the move in with some key commodities? Alan Knuckman of Resource Trade Alert and Jill Malandrino discuss what on horizon for the remainder of 2012 and into 2013.

You have to be aware of what is happening in the commodity markets. It's what sets up your day and trading plan.

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