Futures Magazine October 01, 2012
With the election almost upon us, traders and analysts weigh in on how its outcome may affect the currently oversupplied energy market as well as any potential geopolitical repercussions, which have been a major factor in recent years.
The November U.S. presidential election is upon us. As always in these elections, many markets will be affected by the outcome.
Execute a volatility play with the use of straddles and strangles.
When a stock explodes because new information shocks the market, careful price gap analysis can help you emerge profitable.
Because energy companies are subject to the crack spread, we explore whether the price of one refined product can be used to forecast the other.
One indicator is good, but two working together is better. By combining different indicators, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
By blending sentiment and cycle analysis with technical analysis, a more complete picture of the market comes into focus.
Technology & Trading
Although the opening-range breakout effectively is defunct in most markets, creative market selection and price reference can bring it back from the brink.
In this annual feature, we seek out new CTAs that are standing above their peers. We discovered three option programs that have found a niche.
With the recent fraud at PFGBest essentially torpedoing more than a century of trust, is a major overhaul of retail brokering the only solution?
Tommy Kent Crouch recalls that his first futures trade was in pork bellies and caused him to lose the down payment on the house for which he and his wife were saving.
Visual Programming Meets the Algorithmic Trader