The Economic Role of Commodity Futures Markets
Ms. Hilary Till will present on the topic of "The Economic Role of Commodity Futures Markets”. The discussion will cover the economic role of hedgers and speculators in the commodity markets, commodity price behavior during times of scarcity, empirical evidence on the role of the speculators and financial investors in these markets and address the public responses to the recent commodity price spikes.
Speaker: Hilary Till
Ms. Till is a Principal at Premia Capital Management, LLC, a proprietary futures trading company. She serves as a Research Associate at EDHEC-Risk Institute (of Nice, France) and is a Member of the North American Advisory Board for the London School of Economics. She is also Co-Editor of “Intelligent Commodity Investing,” a bestseller for Risk Books (London).
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Mark Shore is also an Adjunct Professor and Board Member of Arditti Center of Risk Management at DePaul University's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business in Chicago where he teaches a managed futures / global macro course and an Adjunct at the New York Institute of Finance. Mark is a contributing writer to Reuters HedgeWorld, CBOE Future Exchange (CFE) and Micro-Cap Review.
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