Who are the
Commodity Trading Gurus? Well, it's a combination of those traders
who are just so good at trading and teaching that everyone
just raves about them and they thereby attain commodity trading guru
status; and those who are just so darn good at marketing that they
make everyone believe they've got to the commodity trading guru
area due diligence is a must. When selecting your commodity trading
guru as a mentor, you should ask for proof of their trading ability.
Account statements or a real money track record would do nicely.
Remember that paper trading results are not worth anything, there
are too many factors that cannot be assimilated into paper trades.
You should also ask
your future commodity trading guru for references...not just printed
testimonials on a website. Ask for real traders you can contact and
talk to. If they have no problem with any of this, you might just
have yourself a winner!
Asher The Pit Pivot guru -
a hype-free zone, Asher's work is to the point, relevant and
One of the Rising Stars of the Futures Industry. Support and
Resistance specialist. Watch for his articles in some of the
better known trading publications in future.
internationally recognized futures analyst, trader and author.
He has written more than 30 books and research studies on
futures trading, stock trading, trading psychology and
economic forecasting. Mr. Bernstein is publisher of the MBH
Weekly Futures Trading Letter which has been in continuous
publication since 1972. He began trading futures and stocks in
four decades as a commodities trader, and ten years as a
seminar speaker and writer.
the newer traders got their introduction to trading
commodities through Ken's TWMPMM course. A rather
in the commodities biz that has that has written several books
on trading as well as developed some widely used indicators
such as Williams %R and the Accumulation/ Distribution index.
Phantom of the Pits
Futures magazine started the "Futures Talk" forum on its web
site in the middle of 1996, it attracted some good interest
initially -- nothing too spectacular but just traders talking
to other traders about markets and comparing notes, but
beginning in the spring of 1997, it became increasingly clear
that one participant had unusual trading wisdom and insight
and experience, although he sometimes wrote in a vague,
mystical way that forced other traders to really think to get
Sands learnt his trading skills from Richard Dennis and
William Eckhardt in the greatest trading experiment the world
has ever known. Russell is an original TURTLE and is first and
foremost a trader and money manager.
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