Stop orders are primarily used to protect losses on a position, lock in profits on a position, or enter a market on a breakout. Learn why Stop Orders may be rejected.
The market price and last traded price of a futures contract are often confused with one another. However, both have completely different meanings that are important for all traders to understand.
Commodity ETFs vs. Futures As a futures broker at Daniels Trading, I speak to investors every day about commodity futures trading. In speaking with these investors, I commonly hear that it is more convenient to trade commodity ETFs than futures. Commodity ETFs appeal to individuals who want the diversification that ETFs bring without the hassle… Read more.
As discussed in my previous article, Price Pattern Basics – Triangle Formations, price patterns have been studied by traders to help forecast the markets next move. This article will focus on reversal patterns. A few of the most common reversal patterns include head and shoulder patterns, double tops, and double bottoms. Double tops are one… Read more.