By definition, volatility is the variance of price action from a mean value over a specific period of time. Although many traders hesitate to engage the markets during especially active cycles, day trading futures can be a great way to secure profits. In fact, the enhanced liquidity and robust depth-of-market make active periods some of… Read more.
Stop orders can be used in futures trading as a great way to help manage risk and protect losses, lock in profits, or enter the market on a breakout. The downside to using stop orders, however, is slippage.