Last year proved to be a historic year in the markets. In 2018, budding U.S.-China trade war, an active Federal Reserve, and a Black Swan event in natural gas gave market participants an abundance of food for thought. At times, even the best futures broker had to chalk up a loss as a hard lesson… Read more.
A common misconception among those new to futures trading is that one must have a high net worth to participate. In truth, you do not need to be Warren Buffett or George Soros to open a futures trading account ― the only prerequisites are a few bucks and an entrepreneurial spirit.
In most professions, a positive working environment is encouraged ― if not guaranteed ― by the employer. Accordingly, businesses spend millions of dollars every year to achieve the perfect balance between competition, social welfare, and output. While the overhead is much lower for active traders, the need for an atmosphere conducive to success is just… Read more.
Futures trading is often characterized as being similar to playing poker or betting horses for a living. The possibility of financial loss brings with it negative connotations ― the high wash-out rate for market newbies only fuels the fire. When it comes right down to it, many people view futures as nothing more than a… Read more.
Hello everyone! Welcome to edition #1 of what we hope will be the first of a long line of the newest newsletter to come from Daniels Trading and Daniels Ag Marketing. It’s called The Swine Times, and it will be dedicated to helping folks speculate and form fundamental opinions in the Lean Hog markets. By… Read more.