This new seventh edition provides a detailed and comprehensive survey of commodity markets throughout the world It provides up to date and expanded information of physical and futures markets and is an essential reference for anyone operating in the commodity markets The profile of each market is organized in a standard format showing full details of hours of trading, contract specifications, volume of trading, commission rates and margins and full contact details Introductory articles provide and overview of changes in the market place and full detail on each commodity from aluminum to zinc....
|Title||:||Guide to World Commondity Markets (GUIDE TO WORLD COMMODITY MARKETS)|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page 7 edition March 1, 1997|
|Number of Pages||:||619 pages|
|File Size||:||991 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Guide to World Commondity Markets (GUIDE TO WORLD COMMODITY MARKETS) Reviews
I feel this book is a valuable aid for the futures speculator but only when it comes to certain things. The first thing that comes to mind is the last section of the book "World Directory of Commodity markets". In this section a huge # of Commodity exchanges are listed with vital facts such as: commodities traded, contract size, hours of the day the commodity is traded, and how to reach the exchange. Exchanges range from places like Bolsa Brasiliera de Futuros in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil to the Chicago Board of Trade. This section is valuable and comprehensive. The first two sections of the book gave some info on individual commodities such as Sugar and Silver but I did not find this information to be anything exceptional or extremely usefull. I wish the last third of this book was sold by itself for a third of the price.