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Active futures trading is an intense endeavor that’s ever-changing and full of hidden pitfalls. No matter how skilled or knowledgeable a trader may be, there’s seemingly always more to learn. The top futures brokers can help mitigate the stress of the unknown while promoting a comprehensive understanding of the marketplace.
The “look before you leap” adage does not really cut it when you are considering diving into the complex world of futures trading. That’s because futures is a multilayered landscape, and analyzing it is a serious endeavor for any investor. In short, it will take time and effort to get it right.
Software platforms have become the trader’s portal to the marketplace. Whether you’re engaging in equities, currencies or futures products, a software platform is required for conducting day-to-day trading operations.
The trading of traditional futures contracts, from grains to gold, was essentially developed as a way of managing risk. Along the way, investors gained a window into what those underlying commodities were worth on any given day, which brought more funds and liquidity into a marketplace.
The buying and selling of securities in the contemporary financial environment is a multifaceted discipline. People from all walks of life participate in the markets, creating a diversity of strategies and objectives.
Over the course of 2017, cryptocurrency trading went from being a fringe concept to the financial mainstream. People from around the globe have warmed to the notion of exclusively digital forms of money, as have active traders. The result has been the birth of a brand new asset class.
The astronomer Carl Sagan once said there was no such thing as a dumb question. And that’s because the worst thing you can do is not ask all the questions necessary to obtain vital information. This is particularly apt when you are considering working with a commodity trading advisor, or CTA, in a managed futures… Read more.
Not too long ago, computer-based trading was limited to the institutional participants of the futures markets. Investment banks, money managers, and proprietary firms were among the few parties benefiting from exclusive technological capabilities. Over time, rapid advancements in exchange connectivity and computing power have brought the potential of trade automation to the masses. As a… Read more.
In commodity futures markets, gold, oil and corn typically grab the headlines, especially whenever there’s a surge in demand, concerns over supply or worries about political developments. Meanwhile base metal commodities — such as copper, aluminum, zinc, tin and lead — are perceived by some investors as the dowdy cousins in the sector. But in… Read more.