Views from the Trade (Peck, 1978)

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Section Year Author Title
Intro 1978 A. E. Peck, Editor Introduction and contents
Section 1-1 1978 Virgil A. Wiese Introduction to Hedging
Section 1-2 1978 Virgil A. Wiese Case History of Hedging
Section 1-3 1978 Raleigh B. Wilson Merchandising and Inventory Management of Commodities: Carrying Charges and Basis
Section 1-4 1978 Carl J. Lessing Grain Transportation
Section 1-5 1978 T. A. Hieronymus Basis Patterns
Section 1-6 1978 H. R. Diercks Futures as a Corporate Tool
Section 2-1 1978 T. A. Hieronymus Farmer Use of the Market
Section 2-2 1978 E. B. Evans Country Elevator Use of the Market
Section 2-3 1978 Virgil A. Wiese Use of Commodity Exchanges by Local Grain Marketing Organizations
Section 2-4 1978 Kenneth W. Stotler Country Merchandising and Country Bids
Section 3-1 1978 Orrin S. Dowse Terminal Elevator Operations
Section 3-2 1978 M.D. Guild The Use Made of Commodity Markets by Terminal Elevators
Section 3-3 1978 Richard O. Westley Commodity Markets and the Terminal Elevator
Section 3-4 1978 Ben Raskin The Dynamics of Terminal Elevator Management
Section 3-5 1978 G.A. Kublin Terminal Elevator Operations
Section 4-1 1978 Ellis D. English The Use of the Commodity Exchange by Millers
Section 4-2 1978 Atherton Bean The Miller and the Commodity Market
Section 4-3 1978 Fred W. Lake The Miller’s Use of the Commodity Exchange
Section 5-1 1978 Scott E. Cramer Trading in Fats and Oils
Section 5-2 1978 Richard Williams How a Soybean Processor Makes Use of Futures Markets
Section 5-3 1978 Dwayne Andreas Commodity Markets and the Processor
Section 5-4 1978 W. C. Miller A Processor and Futures Markets
Section 6-1 1978 Robert B. Parrott A Professional’s View of Hedging
Section 6-2 1978 Richard L. Sandor Innovation by an Exchange: A Case Study of the Development of the Plywood Futures Contract
Section 6-3 1978 Roger W. Gray The Importance of Hedging in Futures Trading; and the Effectiveness of Futures Trading for Hedging
Section 6-4 1978 Roger W. Gray Why Does Futures Trading Succeed or Fail: An Analysis of Selected Commodities