Comments for December 1, 2010 Looking ahead to Wednesday by reflecting on Tuesday’s trading action Futures and options trading is speculative in nature and involves substantial risk of loss. Futures and options trading is not suitable for all investors Sell Wheat on Rallies? Stand-aside in Beans? GRAINS: 12/01/10: Higher closes yesterday for Minneapolis, Kansas City and… [Read More]
It’s a Tuesday twofer as futures and commodities trader Rick Alexander provides his latest insights on both the energies and currencies markets.
With the US Dollar having its best close in more than two months, find out how the greenback’s moves will influence trading in the Euro, the British Pound, the Japanese Yen and more in today’s futures commentary from Rick Alexander.
With the start of Spring, here are a few special resolutions to consider for successful trading from TradingMarkets contributor Larry Schneider.
What are rollovers, and how do they affect the way you trade in the market? Here’s what you need to know about this unique market dynamic and its function in your tradin
Tempted to jump on board in the commodity markets? Before you dive in, here’s another way to make significant profits in trading mini-sized future contracts on gold and silver.
Since March 23, 2009, the world of currency futures trading has added a new dimension known as Forex E-micro Futures, and aimed at the self-directed individual trader. TradingMarkets Contributor Larry Schneider takes a look at this E-micro currency futures and how it can work for your portfolio.
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.
Tom Busby covers strategies for the pre-market-opening session for those traders who want to get an earlier start in the futures market.