Commodity Futures Webinars and Events
Knowledge is power.
We are taking an extra step to educate our customers through the use of webinars. Each week, there will be multiple webinars conducted by our knowledgeable futures brokers. These webinars will cover a variety of topics, including our online commodity trading platforms, swing trading, technical analysis, fundamental analysis and much more! All interested in commodity futures trading are encouraged to attend.
The upcoming event schedule is listed in the table immediately below. You may also register to view archived recordings of our past webinars.
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Webinar and Event Schedule
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Past Webinars and Events
Instructions: To sort the available webinar archive results, click the column header by which you wish to sort. To filter the results, enter a keyword, such as a presenter name or topics like “Technical Analysis” and “Swing Trading” in the text input field below and a list of available keywords matching your entry will appear below the field as you type. Make a selection from the list of available options and then click the “Filter” button. To start over, click the “Clear Filter” button. Results are listed in sets of 10, use the page links below the results to navigate through the list.
dt Commodity News
- Crude oil futures drop as dollar's strength grows: The emboldened U.S. dollar pulled down West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures on Friday, as the world's reserve currency pushed to its top level in more than 14 days, according to Bloomberg. Read more
- Loonie dives after release of weak labor report: The Canadian dollar on Friday dropped to its week-low against the U.S. dollar after the nation released underwhelming job-creation data, Bloomberg reports. Read more
- Aussie's losses increasingly causing concern: Friday saw the Australian dollar dive toward parity with the world's reserve currency for the first time since the beginning of the second half of last year as concerns about Australia's economy were gaining momentum, according to Bloomberg. Read more