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Warren Buffett, born on August 30, 1930, is one of the most successful investors in the world. He is consistently ranked among the world's wealthiest people, and is the third wealthiest person in the world as of 2010. As a primary shareholder, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, he is noted for his adherence to the value investing philosophy and for his personal frugality despite his immense wealth.
Jim B. Rogers, born on October 19, 1942, is an American investor and financial commentator based both in Singapore and Miami. He was a co-founder of the Quantum Fund, and is a college professor, author, economic commentator, and creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI). He has traveled around the world twice, and is an author of several books including "Investment Biker: Around the World with Jim Rogers", "Adventure Capitalist: The Ultimate Road Trip", "Hot Commodities: How Anyone Can Invest Profitably in the World's Best Market", "A Bull in China: Investing Profitably in the World's Greatest Market", and "A Gift to My Children: A Father's Lessons For Life And Investing"
Paul Tudor Jones, born on September 28, 1954 in Memphis, Tennessee, is the founder of Tudor Investment Corporation, a multi-billion dollar hedge fund. Jones uses a global macro strategy when trading in some of his funds. Jones' firm manages $17.7 billion (as of June 1, 2007). Their investment capabilities are broad and diverse, including global macro trading, fundamental equity investing in the U.S. and Europe, emerging markets, venture capital, commodities, event driven strategies and technical trading systems.
Futures Trading Strategy — Inside Futures
Overpriced and over-complex futures contract trading strategies that include complex formulas and multiple lagging indexes are generally not conducive to successful futures trading.
How can I buy oil futures - OnlineTradersForum.com
You may want to trade the options on the futures contracts, the futures themselves trade in 1000 bbl increments ($55,810 for dec delivery of west texas intermediate at the moment), and you'll need the margin to trade them or cash plus a percent. It's big risk, big reward speculating, and you can get rich or get your hat handed to you. Best of luck.
They trade on the NYMEX, here's a site that may help
and the WTRG Economics home page is here
You can also get into an oil and gas limited partnership and get in on the drilling side. Lots of regulations and income requirements to d…
What is the average salary for Crude Oil traders for an oil company?
Crude Oil is sold on the futures market. A starting out furtures trader makes about $42,000. With 10 years experience $105,000.