Futures Magazine December/January 2013
One year after MF Global’s collapse, we corralled the heads of six brokerage firms to talk about industry challenges. ...all agree that restoring customer confidence is the top priority.
December/January editor's note from Ginger Szala
With the fiscal cliff and other events on the horizon, interest rates are poised to move.
As 2012 mercifully ends and 2013 begins, forex trading opportunities already are being shaped by a shift in the global political economy.
Using a bull 1x2 call spread.
We discuss the proper application of the Gann fan to understand how, and why, it is formed.
Using statistical analysis to collect the data needed to build a proper risk management framework.
Analysis techniques come and go, but some methods continue to push the frontier of what is possible. One of these is neural network technology. Has its time finally come?
Exchange-traded notes are a good product to use to execute commodity spreads that eliminate most of futures-based spreads’ price discrepancies. Here, we explore this concept.
Volatility analysis on exchange-traded funds can point the way to diversifying your portfolio.
With 2013 about to begin, we focus on simple ways to improve your bottom line. Here are five suggestions on where to start.
Investing in managed futures can improve the overall risk profile of a portfolio far beyond what can be achieved with hedge funds alone.
Albert Hu’s CTA, Cauldron Investment Co., only became registered in July 2012 but his Stock Index Plus program has been in development for more than a quarter-century.
Portfolio-level performance reporting, risk assessment and optimization for virtually any combination of symbols and strategies.