Noble DraKoln, Senior Risk Analyst and author of the books Futures For Small Speculators and Single Stock Futures For Small Speculators, brilliantly sheds some light on the unfamiliar and often misunderstood investment world of commodities and futures. There is three times more capital invested in the commodities and futures markets than in the stock market and trading volume is in the trillions of dollars. Yet the average investor has no idea what drives this invisible marketplace. In many cases, investors do not know who the players are, how the players operate or what motivates them, or even what it takes to participate in this exclusive investment arena. With the recent addition of "single stock futures" to the futures market, today's investor is threatened with the possibility of being left behind by Wall Street. And as Wall Street develops more sophisticated investment strategies using futures, active investors may find themselves blindsided by how these strategies change the dynamics of the marketplace. In this two-part seminar series, Mr. DraKoln provides a foundation of knowledge for those interested in futures investing. He reveals the history of futures, clarifies the various myths and stories, and opens your eyes to this dynamic investment vehicle. *Learn the origins of futures investing from the 16th century to the present time. *Uncover the language of futures traders and brokers. *Understand the real purpose of futures investing and how to turn it to your advantage. *Discover the ten core mistakes that futures investors make and how to avoid them. *Learn what really happened when the Hunt brothers attempted to corner the silver market. *Look at the principles underlying hedge funds and how futures can be used to create your own personal hedge fund. *Plus so much more – 103 minutes in all. *This video is in VCD format. It will play on both CD and DVD computer drives. It will also play in most DVD players.
- Package Dimensions:7.1 x 5.42 x 0.58 inches; 2.93 Ounces
- Media Format:DVD, Live
- Run time:103 minutes
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