In economics, a price floor is defined as a minimum cost threshold put in place for a good or service. For agencies and governments, enacting a price floor can be a tricky business because it involves foregoing open market forces in favor of static valuations. Currency pegs, commodity prices, and minimum wage guidelines are historic… Read more.
When it comes right down to it, there are two perspectives that a trader can have on a market: bullish or bearish. If you’re bullish, then you expect prices to rise for the foreseeable future. Conversely, if you’re bearish, then you expect prices to fall. The beauty of futures trading is that profits can be… Read more.