MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – The past year has shown a fair share of volatility and opportunity in the realm of commodities trading. In June, Greece became the first industrial nation to default on a loan payment to the IMF, in Europe or anywhere. Time will only tell the effects this will have on the EU and the rest of the globe. When crude oil prices plummeted earlier this year, it was not merely a trend, it was an event. Smart commodities brokers made fortunes for their clients. This September, the world’s first electronic diamond exchange will begin trading in the Singapore Diamond Investment Exchange (source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/sing…). There, too, fortunes will be won and lost. Collaborator of Karthoshka, Pablo Soria de Lachica, a foreign exchange specialist, is positioning his clients to stay on top of their transactions in the commodities trading arena while distinguishing themselves as well informed investors instead of mere speculators.
“Yes, there are risks in commodities, but for every risk, there is a strategy or an alternative – often more than one – that either mitigates that risk or transforms it into an opportunity. You have to read and interpret the ‘pulse’ of the economy and anticipate how markets will react to trends and events,” explained Soria de Lachica.
This anticipation and analysis has fueled past successes by empowering and educating investors to hedge and protect profits and holdings.
One thing that distinguishes Pablo Soria de Lachica is his keen instincts for giving investors the research and rationale to actively manage their commodities transactions by allowing them to operate practice “fantasy commodities trading” accounts. After working together to establish a highly personalized commodities investing game plan that takes into consideration individual goals, target timelines, tolerance for risk, and capital requirements, individuals can test the waters of the commodities market without actually getting wet.
Based on the results of that risk-free trial, individuals can decide which type of brokerage account they are looking for: managed or self-directed. There are also different ways of investing in commodities, ranging from more liquid and diversified commodities exchange traded funds to commodity mutual funds or directly trading in the commodities exchange via a personal investment platform. “Commodities are nothing more than raw materials in the realm of agriculture, energy, or metals that can be traded, are deliverable, and are liquid (source: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/what-are-commodities.seriesId-103806.html), so knowing about the origins of that resource, who buys it, what it produces, how well it holds value and a number of other variables is what ultimately distinguishes the experts from the gamblers,” elaborates Soria de Lachica.
Pablo Soria de Lachica offers a range of trading options and terms to prospective commodities investors. Overseeing multiples of international transactions every year, Pablo has the vital expertise to offer a unique perspective and professional guidance on international trading, investment, and foreign exchange. Having written several informative texts on basic and advanced investment principles, Soria de Lachica frequently offers a series of successful educational webinars. In addition to his advising and financial education services, Soria de Lachica is active in many community projects, ranging from The Boy Scouts to environmental causes.