Scalping is a trading strategy designed to harvest small gains repeatedly to secure long-run profitability. Markets that feature consistent liquidity and volatility are ideal for implementing scalping strategies. As a result, scalpers commonly target such futures products as WTI crude oil, the E-mini S&P 500, and gold. Although benefits like limited risk and regular cash… Read more.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange is the largest futures and options marketplace in the world. The CME facilitates the trade of nearly everything under the sun, from corn and gold to weather and real estate indices. Among its most popular offerings is the E-mini S&P (ES) 500.