For intraday traders, there are several benefits in swing trading the S&P 500 E-mini. TradingMarkets contributor Austin Passamonte discusses how to capture big directional profits in the E-mini index market.
E-Minis Trading Lessons
Knowing the fundamental reason why afternoons are the most active time in trading is nice, but learning how to take advantage of this knowledge is even better.
Volatility in the markets is rampant right now, with indexes stretched to the extreme. TradingMarkets Contributor Austin Passamonte believes that, somewhere, there is a massive dead-cat bounce waiting to explode.
Since its inception, the average daily volume of the E-mini S&P 500 has grown to over 1 million contracts. This coupled with its constant liquidity makes it an ideal vehicle for day trading.
If trading “part-time” during the higher volume periods is part of the professional trader’s plan, why wouldn’t that be part of every retail trader’s regimen? Here’s Austin Passamonte’s view.
Austin Passamonte provides this guide to help you spot, read and measure price flags on a chart, which will give you a clear picture of what is probable to happen next.
Becoming a successful trader can take months and often years to achieve. Are you willing to pay the price? Here’s are the factors to consider…
With corn on the rise for several months now, and spiking at all-time highs, perhaps you’d like a little information on how to trade this hot commodity. Well here it is, a thorough detailing of corn trading basics.
E-mini S&P 500 is by far the most popular stock-index market traded, by retail traders and
institutions alike. But that widespread popularity is not necessarily a good thing. Here’s why.
In my last article, we discussed the four primary styles. Now, how do you decide what style fits you best?