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by David Bennett

eBook Day Trading Grain Futures: A practical guide to trading for a living epub
  • ISBN: 1905641931
  • Author: David Bennett
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Investing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harriman House (May 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 155 pages
  • ePUB size: 1104 kb
  • FB2 size 1817 kb
  • Formats lit txt mbr lrf


David Bennett is a futures trader living on the Gold Coast in Australia. This guy clearly trades for a living. The book is about 150 pages and colored. Very quick read because most of the pages are examples.

David Bennett is a futures trader living on the Gold Coast in Australia. His formal career spanned computing, teaching and human resource management, but his passion is trading. For many years I tried every trading technique I heard about, with indifferent results, but then I got into day trading futures - and I've never looked back!" With an IT background, he developed software for his own use, and this is now sold to other traders under the TradeOnAUTO brand.

Day Trading Books For Beginners. 1. A Beginner’s Guide To Day Trading Online, Toni Turner. 8. Range Trading, Micheal Young. 9. The Simple Strategy, Markus Heitkotter. 10. Day Trading Grain Futures: A Practical Guide To Trading For A Living, David Bennett. 2. Start Day Trading Now: A Quick And Easy Introduction To Making Money While Managing Your Risk, Micheal Sincere. 3. Day Trading For Dummies, Ann C Logue. The Truth About Day Trading Stocks, Josh DiPetrio. Live Webinars And Trader Courses.

A very easy to read and relieable trading system that spells out your profit targets and stop loss targets that will help to take the human emotion out of the trading once you enter a trade. recommend getting the calculator mentioned in the book and always before trading any system make sure to paper trade it first. also was able to contact author for follow up question and was replied to in a timely manner.

This practical book provides you with everything you need to be able to day trade grain futures effectively. It opens with chapters explaining the author's preference for the grain futures markets, and his reasons for preferring to day trade, before going on to explain the fundamentals of trading and the more specific knowledge required for his chosen approach. The particular challenge for a day trader during the volatile market open is to quickly identify support and resistance zones, and form a view on trend direction, based on limited information. The author describes how he does this, with detailed illustrations and real life examples. No sophisticated indicators or complex.

Day Trading Grain Futures: A practical guide to trading for a living.

Day Trading Grain Futures. David Bennett 1 Introduction I make a living day trading grain futures. It’s a great life and I love it. The book focus is to highlight the exciting opportunities of grain futures and provide the vital detailed and hands-on information that will make it invaluable to all futures, equity, options or CFD traders. 1 Introduction I make a living day trading grain futures.

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This practical book provides you with everything you need to be able to day trade grain futures effectively

This practical book provides you with everything you need to be able to day trade grain futures effectively. His formal career spanned computing, teaching and human resource management, but his passion is trading

David Bennett is a futures trader living on the Gold Coast in Australia. For many years I tried every trading technique I heard about, with indifferent results, but then I got into day trading futures - and I've never looked back! With an IT background, he developed software for his own use, and this is now sold to other traders under the TradeOnAUTO brand. A citizen of three countries, UK, New Zealand and Australia, David has followed the sun.

This practical book provides you with everything you need to be able to day trade grain futures effectively. It opens with chapters explaining the author's preference for the grain futures markets, and his reasons for preferring to day trade, before going on to explain the fundamentals of trading and the more specific knowledge required for his chosen approach.In a concise, punchy style the reader is introduced to some timeless trading concepts, and shown how these ideas can be moulded into a trading system to attack the exhilarating grain markets. No sophisticated indicators or complex mathematics are found here. Instead, the author builds a system based on tried and true trading principles, combined with sound money management strategies.The particular challenge for a day trader during the volatile market open is to quickly identify support and resistance zones, and form a view on trend direction, based on limited information. The author describes how he does this, with detailed illustrations and real life examples. He then goes on to explain exactly how, based on the initial market movement, he determines stop loss and target levels.A key feature of the book is the chapter tracing the progress of a real life trading session. It shows the author's methods being applied in practice, with numerous screen shots giving the reader an understanding of what the trading process feels like in practice - effectively giving you a fly on the wall view of the author in action.Another highly illustrated chapter shows a complete month of trading charts with commentary on trades taken, giving the reader an appreciation of the longer term trading process. A process described by the author as "constant repetition of a simple plan, concentrating on implementation excellence".Other chapters outline the author's views on the need for practice, and discuss the practical points a home-based trader should attend to in their computer and internet set up.The book focus is to highlight the exciting opportunities of grain futures and provide the vital detailed and hands-on information that will make it invaluable to all futures, equity, options or CFD traders.
Comments: (7)
Togor
I bought this book several years ago and then subsequently sold it. I have been involved in the futures business as a trader or broker for over 15 years and have read or skimmed through almost every futures book ever written. I'm talking Profitable Grain Trading and Practical Speculation , these are some of the dinosaurs of the futures books serious futures traders have probably read. I say this with all due respect, this book does not work. The author has made the most common error in all trading books. The author has spent years trading and has developed a guideline to use for himself, and that guideline has served him well. He then takes that plan and tries to make hard and fast rules that anyone can follow to make money like he does. WRONG! He forgets that he himself does not use these hard and fast rules, he often uses his intuition, sixth sense, and experience to go against these rules. This is proven by the number of times in the book he shows where he violates his own rules when his judgement shows him a better way. If you would like to use this book as your guideline to trade by, by all means do so, but don't think you found the Holy Grail here. You will loose all of your money with this book, if you don't understand that this is just a rough idea with witch to base your trades, not a perfect system guaranteed to make money. You need to sit in front of that screen for years just like the author did and learn to spot things that only a seasoned veteran can. I give this one star because the author should know better and he does. This book is kindling without the understanding that it is just one guide out of hundreds. If you like it and it suits your personality and beliefs then it may also work for you, but don't think your going to make money with a ridged application of these rules. If you think I'm wrong, paper trade it for one month exactly as told, and then see the results. You will be right here saying the same thing.
Inabel
This is the only futures day trading book I know of that deals exclusively with the grain futures markets - specifically corn, soybeans, and wheat.

The first few chapters of the book cover the basics of trading grain commodity futures. In the balance of the book the author explains and profusely illustrates his trading method, which is reasonably simple and straightforward.

What I especially like about this book: (1) you trade with the trend ("The trend is your friend" is such a bromide in futures trading that almost nobody follows it anymore. They should. It works.). (2) You execute a maximum of one trade a day. (3) You calculate your profit objectives on every trade, how many contracts you can trade, and how much risk you should take on each trade - all before you ever enter a trade. (4) You track your trades to make sure the average profits on your winning trades are larger than the average losses on your losing trades. (5) You constantly monitor your trading method execution to ensure that you're winning more often than you're losing.

Caveats: You should thoroughly review the examples in the book, practice reading intraday candlestick charts, and paper trade in real time before you begin live trading. Also, practice using the tools the author recommends for determining your profit objectives, position size and stop loss points.
Morad
I am an advent believer that simple trading methods work best. The key is a hands on approach to trading not an academic one. Books that are written by professional traders not professional writers who make money by writing books on trading. This book is written in a very clear language. The author uses excellent illustrations and examples. The author comes across as candid and interested in helping other fellow traders. This guy clearly trades for a living. The book is about 150 pages and colored. Very quick read because most of the pages are examples.
Again simple yet powerful.
snowball
I was a bit hesitant after seeing the size of this book. Thinking that I actually needed a big thick book in order to be successful at trading the futures market. This book focuses only in grains (Wheat, Corn and Beans). I have read many books before but the simplicity of this book absolutely revolutionized the way I trade now. Following this strategy I leave all emotions aside and focus on following simple rules. The risk management that David Bennett teaches is the KEY to being a successful trader. Your wins become 2 to 3 times more than your losses, which means that even if you have a 50-50 win/loss ratio you still make money! I have found that there are more wins that losses which makes for a nice hefty profit!
You can trade using this book with little or large capital...and be successful at it!
Whitestone
I am very satisfied that this book is about real trading. I am trading like this right now. I highly recommend this book.
RUsich155
Great book for intro level trading and risk management. I enjoyed the abundant amountof charts in this book which help to follow the topics discussed.
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