“Copper Trading: The Best Way to Make Money in Today’s Recession” by Christopher Terry. This book is a great primer on the markets, with a good dosage of wisdom and a wealth of information. It’s not a get rich quick scheme. You will definitely lose money on some trades but that is true of every market. It’s just the nature of the game.
So what makes copper so special? It is one of the safest metals in the world. This is because copper was always expensive. So people naturally want to hoard it. The price is always going up and down. So, if you buy now and sell later, you make a nice profit.
The author takes this idea of protecting your investment and adds some strategies of making money with copper that few other authors have. He has taken the time to learn from some of the best such as Jesse Livermore, John Grace, Walter Pierpont and many others. These experiences add a lot of knowledge to the text.
Some of the strategies in Copper Trading: Copper was actually discovered by accident. It turns out that some local farmers had been digging out copper from the bottom of rotten fish and making pipes out of it. They used those pipes to bring water to their lands which helped with irrigation. Now, the farmers had found a use for the metal they had dredged up. They started making copper bars and sold them for a penny apiece.
Copper bars soon became popular and were sent to the world markets. At this point they were very expensive. But, that was before the big copper boom. That is when copper mining companies stepped in and began discovering veins of copper all over the country. Thus, the book describes the birth of the bull market for copper.
The author shows you how to determine which copper veins are good investments and which ones aren’t, and how to spot great copper prospects. Copper is said to be on its way to becoming a very valuable metal. It will probably become more so as the world realizes how valuable copper really is. That is why you should get your hands on this book and make some serious profits.
Copper Trading: Copper on the Road to Profitability covers all of the basics you need to know about finding veins of copper, getting permits to drill for copper, how to prospect for copper, and how to price copper. The book has detailed information about pay grades, quality levels, and the types of clients who buy gold coins. There is even a section on the “hot spots” where veins are concentrated. That’s where you can make the biggest profits. I found this to be a very easy to read book that gave me very good practical advice.
Copper Trading: Copper on the Road to Profitability was written by Robert H. Allen, a successful investor and financial analyst. The book took me by surprise, but it made a lot of sense. If you want to make money from investing, then I would highly recommend this book. Copper is definitely a lucrative metal, and this book gives you just the right tips to find it!
Copper is so popular right now that many people are buying up shares of mines around the world. This means increased profits for those who own mines and areas where they extract the copper from. You can increase your cash flow by investing in stocks or bonds that deal with copper mining. The increased demand for copper could lead to increased prices and consequently higher profits for you.
After reading Copper Trading: Copper on the Road to Profitability, I felt a renewed sense of interest in exploring my options as an investor. I’ve been making some solid investments recently and I’m feeling more confident in my ability to predict the trends that will lead to increased profits. With Copper Trading: Copper on the Road to Profitability, Robert Allen has combined solid research and investment advice to put together an excellent book.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a straightforward, easy to read eBook that takes the guesswork out of investing. The book is packed with useful tips and information regarding everything related to copper. You will learn how to identify hot prospects and what to do to capture their moisture before they evaporate, what types of mining are most profitable, and how to determine the value of different pieces of copper. Copper Trading: Copper on the Road to