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Maximizing Returns Through Fundamental Analysis
by Adam Dunsby, John Eckstein, Jess Gaspar, Sarah Mulholland
Straightforward and accessible, Commodity Investing balances academic-quality analysis with clear, compelling prose, and provides those interested in this fast-growing field with unparalleled investment insights. Page by page, you¡¯ll acquire a deeper understanding of this discipline and discover how to make more informed decisions when investing in such a dynamic environment. With this book as your guide, you¡¯ll benefit from the lessons of experienced practitioners and quickly come to grips with what it takes to make it in today¡¯s commodity market.
Adam Dunsby is a principal at Cornerstone Quantitative Investment Group. He received both his undergraduate degree and PhD in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
John Eckstein is a principal at Cornerstone Quantitative Investment Group. He earned a BS from Brown University, where he studied computer science and cognitive science. Mr. Eckstein developed investment application software for money management firms prior to his current position.
Jess Gaspar is the Director of Research at Cornerstone Quantitative Investment Group. He earned his undergraduate degree from MIT and his PhD in economics from Stanford. After receiving his PhD, Mr. Gaspar was an assistant professor at the University of Chicago, where he did research and taught international economics and computational methods in economics and finance. Mr. Gaspar worked at McKinsey & Co. as a consultant before joining Cornerstone.
Sarah Mulholland is the head trader at Cornerstone Quantitative Investment Group. She earned a BS in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Cornerstone, she traded energy derivatives for Enron North America and PSE&G.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Chapter 2. Commodity Futures as Investments.
Chapter 3. Commodities for the Long Run.
Chapter 4. Oil.
Chapter 5. Gasoline.
Chapter 6. Heating Oil.
Chapter 7. Natural gas.
Understanding Grains And Oilseeds
Chapter 8. Wheat.
Chapter 9. Corn.
Chapter 10. Soybeans.
Chapter 11. Cattle.
Chapter 12. Hogs.
Understanding Industrial Metals.
Chapter 13. Copper.
Chapter 14. Aluminum.
Chapter 15. Zinc.
Understanding The Softs.
Chapter 16. Coffee.
Chapter 17. Sugar.
Chapter 18. Cocoa.
Chapter 19. Cotton.
How To Invest.
Chapter 20. Some Building Blocks of a Commodity Futures Trading System.
Chapter 21. The Rise of the Indexes.
Chapter 22. Conclusion.
Appendix. The London Metals Exchange.