Futures Magazine July 01, 2012
Menachem Sternberg has worked as an economist, academic, discretionary trader and systematic trader. We talk with Sternberg about markets, economic policy and the “new normal” market environment that has existed since the 2008 economic meltdown.
July editor's note from Ginger Szala
FX traders can improve certainty with respect to euro trends by focusing on the EUR/USD’s one-month option volatility, which tends to move inversely to the spot price.
How do you short a stock if you missed an initial move and it is liable to snap back?
Sometimes a simple strategy can be the best strategy. At least that’s what Robert Kessler and Eric Hickman believe.
The influence of European stocks on the U.S. markets is large and growing, making their trends well worth watching.
Understanding the relationship of eurodollar futures and U.S. Treasury yields is critical for interest rate traders.
The key to successful trading is all about limiting your losses. Key to that is stop placement.
Using support and resistance lines with candlestick charts to create polarity lines and better trading signals.
Currencies are among the best trending markets. Here’s how to identify profitable entry points.
As in 2010 and 2011, the year started with hopes for a strengthening economy, which failed to follow through.
The exponential growth of data is challenging our ability to process it effectively to exploit what it contains.
With the plethora of apps available, finding the one you need can be a chore. Here are 10 every trader should check out.
The SEC announced new circuit breakers designed to prevent the kind of extreme market volatility that led to the 2010 “flash crash.”