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A physical substance, such as food, grains, and metals, which is interchangeable with another product of the same type, and which investors buy or sell, usually through futures con ... Read more

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Don't get Fooled by Management

by Bruce Berkowitz

Given the availability of so much information on the Internet, I'm not so interested in meeting management today. You can get seduced too easily. I'm more interested in finding out ...

Become a Commodity Broker – Top Four Tips to Follow

Tip Number One: Always, always use stops to help define risk! As the well-known economist John Maynard Keyes once cautioned, "The markets can remain irrational ...

Internet vs Intranet vs Extranet — What’s the Difference?

Information technology has been rapidly advancing over the last decade, with information being available as an on demand commodity at levels never before imagin...

Peter Panholzer-DynexCorp

Mr. Panholzer is featured here for several reasons: I have known him for over 30 years; he represents a FOREX manager with a balanced trading methodology who ha...

Regulation in the FOREX Market

The foreign exchange market has no central clearinghouse as do the stock market and the commodity futures market. Nor is it based in any one country; it is a co...

Volume and Open Interest with FOREX Trading

Volume and open interest statistics are not available on the spot market, as there is no centralized clearinghouse or exchange to collect the data. It is availa...

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