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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

My sincere thanks to these people. The finished product is far superior due to their help.

Sal (William G. Salatich, Jr.) from the cattle pit, Joe Orlick from the corn pit, and Joseph Santagata and James Gallo from the copper pit. Their stories made for great contributions.

Mary Ellen Scanlin and the professionals at the superb clearing firm of R.J. O'Brien, one of the last privately owned.

Ginger Szala and Gary Kamen from Futures. It is with their permission that I was able to include the “Day Trader's Secrets” in Chapter 11.

The editors of Wall Street Winners: Elliot Gue, Ivan Martchev, and Yiannis Mostrous.

CQG, Inc. for a superb technical analysis program. It is their charts you see throughout this book.

My favorite clients, Bruce, Ivan, and Wayne, for remaining cool and calm during both the good and bad times, and John Baird. (I'm sure you must be trading in heaven with Jesse Livermore.)

Without my people at Commodity Resource, Nancy Torok and Greg DeLong, it would be impossible to function effectively. Thanks for putting up with me. I know how difficult I can be.

My beloved wife, Sherri, also has to put up with me. And, of course, to Rebel & Rocky for daily stress relief, because as Will Rogers said, “If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die, I want to go where they went.”

George Kleinman
Incline Village, Nevada

Disclaimer of liability

Please note: All trades, patterns, charts, and systems discussed in this book are for illustrative purposes only and are not meant to be specific advisory recommendations. No method of trading or investing is risk free, and past performance can never be a guarantee of future performance. The information included in the following pages is believed to be accurate, but cannot be guaranteed as to completeness or accuracy. Some of the information is provided for demonstration only and is not intended as an offer or solicitation with respect to the purchase or sale of any security or commodity, nor should it serve as the basis for any investment decision. There is risk of loss when trading commodity futures and options, and this type of investing is not suitable for all investors.


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