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.
The US equities markets are the world’s benchmark for wealth and prosperity. According to the World Bank, the aggregate value of US stocks is upward of $33 trillion, nearly half of the global handle ($68 trillion). Because of this concentration of valuation, millions of traders and investors choose US equities as a means of pursuing… Read more.
The lineup of futures products available for trade on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) provides a wide variety of asset classes. From agricultural contracts to equities and currencies, the CME offers active futures traders an unparalleled catalogue of offerings. The CME also provides traders with several product types designed for the customization of risk exposure.… Read more.