By Christine Birkner
The Federal Reserve is determined to keep interest rates extremely low for the foreseeable future. Here’s how the Fed’s interest rate policy will affect the dollar and the economy at large in the next year.
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By Ben Van Vliet
Software review for eSignal 10.6
By Billy Williams
You can be right about an individual stock, but if you’re wrong about the direction of the stock market, the odds could be against you.
By Al Brooks
In the Treasury markets, you’ll find the most profitable bars in the morning price action.
By Paul D. Cretien
Copper futures and options traded at Nymex and the London Metal Exchange, mimic each other’s price movements, but the time difference presents some opportunities.
By Robert Mccurtain
How trading indicators can help you gain an edge.
By Sergey Izraylevich, Vadim Tsudikman
How risk management tools correlate to each other and discuss how they might work together
By Abe Cofnas
Binary options are a valuable tool for forex traders.
By James T. Holter
A guide to deciding about buying or building a trading system.
By Daniel P. Collins
Changes in speculative position limits on energy futures markets are not supported by evidence from 2008's wild markets.
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EDHEC released a study on conclusions on CFTC data on speculation in the energy markets.
By Jack Broz
The long-term technical outlook for 30-year bonds shows futures are looking to re-test late 2008 highs.
By Ginger Szala
Regulatory issues are a hot topic as is the performance of CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler.
How CME Group Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed and his band of renegades won the battle for the future of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
By Leslie N. Masonson
Investing in the stock market and mutual funds is explained in Charles Kirkpatrick's book.
Natural gas bulls got good news in December.
The dollar outlook for early 2010 is muddled.
For live cattle, analysts don't see an immediate end to the downside.
Analysts disagree about the direction of Dow Jones futures into 2010.
By Shawn Hackett
Corn prices' outlook differs between commercial entities and analysts.
By Steven K. Beckner
The Federal Reserve could tighten rates, but how timely tightening will be is still in question.
Adveq and Chinese investment company Dalian United Holding will form an investment management company in China.
By Fred Gehm
Portfolio diversification must be constantly monitored, not something simply designed once and forgotten about.
By Alex Mendoza
Gamma scalping strategy for options can help maintain data neutrality and earn excess returns on your straddles.
New financial products for traders.
New commodities products for traders.
New technology products for traders.
New forex products for traders.
New options products for traders.
John Ruskin was named global head of financial futures and options execution for Newedge.
By Christine Birkner, Daniel P. Collins
CBOE settled its exercise right settlement appeal, clearing the way for demutualization.
A new bill was put into the regulatory melee for over-the-counter derivatives.
CFTC and SEC issued joint orders on product approvals.
Options leaders are speaking out against an SEC proposal that would ban flash orders on equities and options.
By Laura Oatney, Christine Birkner
H.R. 4173, the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009, was passed in the House, but not before industry leaders weighed in.
Jeanne Wagoner’s entry into the futures world was fortuitous if not altogether unique.
Top CTAs October 2009.
Hedge fund performance November 2009
Public fund performance November 2009.
Nasdaq becomes favorite sister
Trading experts' advice: Do unto others
Market breadth tells the tale
Protection from unexpected moves
Has cotton found bottom?
Two hard facts about binary options
Are bunds leading bonds higher?