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
Financial Transaction Tax: The Elephant in the Room for Commodity Markets
If applied to derivatives as has been suggested, the tax would eliminate most speculators and liquidity would implode.
Will It Matter? The Spread Between Stocks and Commodities Is Overstretched
We are currently witnessing both markets stretched to extremes.
Energy Stocks Are Due for a Face-Saving Rally
After all, it is nearly impossible to find a positive analyst on natural gas or oil.
Don't Sleep on the Grains Following Trade Deal
Here's why grain prices are softening on the news of the China trade pact that promises huge buys of U.S. corn and soy.
What the Dollar Does Here Is Key for Gold and Market Trends in 2020
Investors should be paying close attention to the U.S. dollar index and its 100-week moving average.
China Needs Hogs and the U.S. Has Them at Discounted Prices
We could be staring at one of the more opportune times to be a bull in the lean hog market than we've seen in years.
Currencies Will Eventually Matter for Crude Oil and Other Commodities
If the currency markets come back to life it will put oil back on the trading screens of speculators.
$2.00 Natural Gas Is a Real Possibility
Retail traders are generally surprised to learn that natural gas prices tend to soften in November and December.
Are Small-Cap Stocks Telling Us Something?
The fact that money is flowing into large-cap stocks rather than small caps suggests there is some underlying weakness in the marketplace.
The Major Indices Are at a Critical Crossroads
It is probably a time for investors to play defense rather than offense and aggressive speculators might even want to nibble on bearish positions.