"Covers all the basics with wit and without excess jargon. The author neither encourages nor discourages trading in futures and doesn't have a 'system' to sell.
There is also an unbiased and excellent analysis of Hillary Clinton's success in trading commodities many years ago." -- Reader Comment
"Describes with simple detail in a language easy to understand the secrets of commodity investments and how they work." -- Rapport Magazine
"Especially recommended for potential commodity trading investors, students, and the non-specialist general reader with an interest in U.S. and global economic markets." -- Midwest Book Review
FUTURES 101 was named recipient of a 1998 Book of the Year Award by the North American Bookdealers Exchange. -- National book award
V.I.P Review: "FUTURES 101 is the most understandable book for explaining the basics about commodities that I've ever read." -- Welles Wilder
V.I.P. Review: "This is the most understandable book explaining the basics about futures I have ever read." -- Welles Wilder