Futures contracts are leveraged securities that enable traders to control a large quantity of an underlying asset with minimal cash. To facilitate these transactions, the trader makes a good-faith deposit known as a margin. If you’re going to trade futures, then it is important to understand that margins are dynamic―as market conditions evolve, so do… Read more.
Unlike Wall Street, the futures markets are open for business on a near-24/5 basis. For the active trader, these extended futures hours open the door to countless opportunities and strategic possibilities. Let’s take a look at the essential tenets of overnight trading. The U.S. Overnight Session The rise of the electronic marketplace has given futures… Read more.