Carley Garner is a futures and options broker with DeCarley Trading, a division of Zaner Financial Services, in Las Vegas, Nevada. With nearly two decades of experience, her commodity market analysis is a staple of TheStreet's Real Money Pro service. Garner is a prolific writer: she has authored several award-winning books including “Trading Commodity Options with Creativity,” “Higher Probability Commodity Trading,” “A Trader’s First Book on Commodities,” “Currency Trading in the Forex and Futures Markets,” and “Commodity Options.” She pens a monthly column for the long-running Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities Magazine. Her e-newsletters, The DeCarley Perspective and The Financial Futures Report, have garnered a loyal following.
With a passion for teaching others and getting new investors into the industry, Garner is also proactive in providing free trading education at www.DeCarleyTrading.com. She is often referenced on Jim Cramer’s Mad Money on CNBC, and she is a regular guest on Bloomberg Television’s Options Insight segment with Abigail Doolittle. You might also see her on the Cow Guy Close hosted by Scott Shellady on RFD-TV and “Futures” aired on TD Ameritrade Network. She also regularly speaks at industry conferences around the U.S. In her free time, you can often find her on a hiking trail.
Recent Articles By The Author
The spread between the market sentiment of industry insiders and the net long futures position held in crude oil is unsustainably wide.
The mixture of low commodity prices and high-interest rates is the worst-case scenario for producers, but the painful combination also sets the stage for a self-correcting market.
Some of the biggest corrections occur between the summer and Santa Claus rallies -- and late July has a particularly nasty history.
When investors recalibrate expectations, Treasuries will look attractive.
As South American farmers give the U.S. a run for its money, here's why investors, growers and policymakers might soon learn there's more than a 'grain' of truth to the saying, Complacency kills.