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Commodities Rising. The Reality Behind the Hype and How To Really Profit in the Commodities Market

  • ID: 2239848
  • Book
  • July 2006
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for Commodities Rising

"Commodities Rising, part memoir and part investment guide, provides a unique and practical perspective that is based on a rare combination of professional experiences."
Donald F. Larson, Senior Economist, World Bank

"Jeffrey Christian brings twenty–five years of commodity market experience to his thoughtful and insightful new book. A keen analyst, Christian debunks many commodity market myths. There has been a substantial underinvestment in commodity research of late. His book is a ′must–read′ for any investor wishing to avoid the pitfalls present in physical commodity investments."
Terrence F. Martell, PhD, Saxe Distinguished Professor of Finance, Director, Weissman Center for International Business, Baruch College, CUNY; Public Governor, New York Board of Trade

"If you′ve read one of the recent ′commodity craze′ books, you′ll appreciate the more careful, thorough account Christian provides here. His anecdotes and analysis will convince you that this is truly an insider′s assessment."
Peter A. Biebel, Vice President, Director of Futures Research, A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc.

"In addition to its depth, Christian′s book is extremely reader–friendly, presenting commodity issues from various angles. I strongly recommend to anyone interested in commodities that they read this book; and to those still unfamiliar with the subject, I recommend that they take a look. The rewards will be significant, intellectually and possibly financially."
Takamasa Akiyama, Professor of Development Economics, Nihon University, Mishima, Japan, and Senior Advisor, Foundation for Advanced Studies onInternational Development (FASID), Tokyo, Japan

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Chapter 1. The Commodities Rush Is On.

Chapter 2. The Myth of the Commodities Supercycle and the Chinese Consuming Giant.

Chapter 3. Commodities and the Global Economy.

Chapter 4. Commodities as an Asset Class.

Chapter 5. Commodity Investment Vehicles.

Chapter 6. Commodity Strategies.

Chapter 7. Precious Metals.

Chapter 8. Energy Commodities.

Chapter 9. Tropical Agriculturals.

Chapter 10. Grains and Oilseeds.

Chapter 11. Base Metals.

Chapter 12. The Fundamentals Still Apply.


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Jeffrey M. Christian
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