Futures Trading Course and Futures markets Live Trade
Futures trading is a high-energy environment. Futures trade just like Stocks – they have unlimited profits as well as unlimited losses. And just like Stocks, they don’t have any Greeks other than Deltas (Did you know Stocks had a Delta). This Futures trading course explains why Futures is generally a more leveraged environment than Stocks, and also trade by Tick sizes and Tick values. We discuss Futures Trading in detail, and also put on a couple of Futures trades on the S&P E-mini Futures, trading under the symbol /ES in this Futures trading course. We look at Futures Trading activity around the world, the volumes and the 24-hour trading window. Futures trading is also very simple to get in and out of trades, so it’s popular with day traders.
The high Leverage in Futures
The concept of leverage is explained in this Futures trading course in detail, and why Futures trading may be better for an Intraday or shorter term trading environment. Leverage can be a double-edged sword, so Futures traders must be careful as the rewards and risks are high
Why is Futures good for Day Trading
This Futures trading course focuses specifically on the characteristics of Futures that make it ideal for an Intraday trading or Day Trading environment. The action can be very fast paced, and it is also very easy to get in and out of trades.
Unique nature of Futures
Futures trade around the world in a 24 hour environment from Monday through Friday. Any news and events around the world that can impact financial markets are immediately incorporated into the Futures markets, and this aspect is covered in detail in this Futures trading course
Live trades on ES S&P 500 Mini Futures
Futures trading is demostrated live in this Futures trading course. The S&P 500 E-Mini Futures trade by the symbol /ES, and a sample trade is demonstrated using the /ES. In general, adjustments to Futures positions are minimal, so trade management is simple.
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