African American Investment Expert Wrote the Book on Commodity Trading -- Enlightening African American and Young Investors and Offering One Month Complimentary Investment Educational Support

Shownna Clarke's upwardly mobile corporate growth has taken her from TIAA-CREF Investment Accounting Associate to Credit Suisse First Boston Account Coordinator to Assistant Vice President of International Sales at one of the world's oldest and most prestigious investment firms. She is an investment expert who is wholly qualified to guide you through the relatively obscure and rewarding world of commodity trading. In "ABC's to Commodity Trading: the Handbook for Beginners," Clarke shares with her readers how to make up to $1,000 on a penny price move.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) December 1, 2006

"Stop working for your money and make your money work for you" is the advice that young investment professional Shownna Clarke offers to her clients, students and investment clubs. However, Clarke, former Assistant Vice President of International Sales at one of the world's oldest and most prestigious investment firms, recommends commodity trading over stock purchase because on average, a smaller investment is required and return is often realized faster. In her newly published "ABC's to Commodity Trading: the Handbook for Beginners" (2006, 87 pp., soft cover, $29.95, ISBN-0-9770349-0-9) Clarke shares how investors can turn small investments into substantial profits in as little as a few months through trading commodity options. The author's ultimate goal is to inform and enlighten African American and young investors about little-known lucrative investment opportunities in commodity (mining or agricultural products) trading.

Written specifically for individuals with little-to-no market experience - using language that is easy to understand -- "ABC's to Commodity Trading: the Handbook for Beginners" offers an uncomplicated description and brief history of the lucrative commodity market; illustrative color charts and graphs; a glossary of investment terms; and practice investment exercises to reinforce learning. In the book, the author explores trading strategies and performance analysis, while teaching its readers to trade like professionals, and with minimal risk. "I am particularly interested in helping people in an area the average investment advisor does not typically approach," explained Clark. "African Americans and young people are my target market. They deserve to be exposed to wealth building alternatives."

Clarke says, "In commodity trading, it's possible to make up to $1,000 on a one-cent price move." She explains how in "ABC's to Commodity Trading: the Handbook for Beginners." Along with a book purchase ($29.95, plus $3.95 S&H) from Clarke's website (http://www.abccommodityhandbook.com), she will provide each purchaser with one month of investing educational support via email and/or telephone.

Shownna Clarke was most recently Assistant Vice President (AVP) of International Sales at one of the world's oldest and most prestigious investment firms, where she was promoted from AVP of Trade Support. During her six-year tenure with the company, Clarke was awarded the highest employee recognition offered by the distinguished investment firm -- its "Achievement of Distinction" (AD). The New York City native is also a licensed broker-dealer (Series 63) and NASD registered representative (Series 7). Leading up to her current executive title, she held various positions at TIAA-CREF and Credit Suisse First Boston.

The author and investment professional has been intrinsically involved in her firm's investment training program at New York high schools where she helped to arm young people with the knowledge and know how essential for financial and career success. The program also exposes youngsters to learning and experiences that will motivate them to become the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Shownna Clarke resides with her husband in New York.

EDITORS:

:: Mrs. Clarke is available for telephone and in-person interviews, and is accepting invitations to conduct investment workshops/seminars

:: Press kit will be mailed to reporters and investment conference hosts upon request

:: Please contact Shownna Clarke at 917-859-0103

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