11/14/2008 The Swinging Pendulum of the Gold Market: How to Trade the Middle
05/14/2008 Stopped Out!
04/10/2008 The Great Gold Flushout Lesson
02/07/2008 How to Trade the Gold Market, Part 2
10/15/2007 How to Trade the Gold Market: Get a Pencil!
07/19/2007 The Making of a Gold Bug, Part V
02/01/2007 The Making of a Gold Bug, Part III
11/28/2006 The Making of a Gold Bug, Part II
11/27/2006 The Making of a Gold Bug, Part I
Mr. Cocalis has been in the futures industry for over 16 years, starting as a clerk on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He rose through the ranks to floor manager of the largest futures brokerage's S&P, currency and meat desks, with supervisory duties over both retail and institutional accounts. After being promoted to floor manager, he added the responsibility of training and managing over 100 employees. Mr. Cocalis joined Brewer Futures Group in 2005 as a Senior Market Strategist and works with his own clients, but also shares responsibility for training new brokers. His views of risk management include trading breakouts on recognizable price patterns and layering different stop points instead of an �all or none� strategy. Mr. Cocalis helps his customers understand that it is not the customer vs. the markets but really the customer vs. himself. Recently, he has embarked on a campaign to educate the trading public as to the benefits of including gold in a diversified portfolio.
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