The ultimate list of global proprietary trading firms.
Here are the commodity trading companies driving trading prices and production. Futures Magazine publishes the ultimate list of top global commodity trading companies.
We surveyed active traders to give opinions on the top futures brokers. Great insights for futures trading and active traders.
I find the opening gap plays to be the best way to start the trading day. While they are among the simplest technical conditions, price gaps generate a lot of questions among traders. Why do gaps happen? How can we foresee gaps? Do gaps always get filled?
Alternative Data is the hot new alpha generator for hedge funds and traders. We periodically survey and review the Top Alternative Data providers to deliver unique insights and alpha capturing ideas.
In the loud, type A personality world of futures trading, Bill Eckhardt stands out from the crowd. If he were a football coach, he would be Bill Walsh, the quiet genius amid the screaming masses
Megaphone patterns were first described in Richard Schabacker’s 1932 book: “Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits,” as rare and intricate patterns.
Standing buy and sell orders can provide an inside look into market bias. Here’s how market depth can provide clues to future price direction.
With powerful modern trading tools, volume profile analysis is more accessible than it has ever been before. In this article, we’ll explore ways to use volume profile trading techniques to improve the trading and execution location.
Are you ignorant or do you have an agenda? Well, maybe both. One reason I might be both is that I was shocked at the stunning 7.9-million-barrel increase in crude oil supply reported by the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
There have been rumors of recent financial distress at some proprietary trading firms that trade Eurodollar Short Term Interest Rates on the CME Group exchange. The latest block trades posted today confirm that one of these firms might have capitulated or sold the position to deeper-pocket hedge funds or trading firms.
The world's most liquid market typically is an in and out trade. But what if you want to hold on longer?
Markets demonstrate repetitive patterns where prices oscillate between one set of price ratios and another making price projections possible. Market trends can be defined by geometric relationships as they exhibit harmonic relationships between the price and time swings. Many investors/traders use cycles and harmonic relationships to project future swing price/times.
Weekly options are one of the fastest growing products and can be used to create lower risk strategies; but for long-term profitability, you need to approach it as a business.
Stories involving drones have been a mix of science fiction, military strategy and future commerce. Think of the 1960’s cartoon, The Jetsons.
While both volatility and implied volatility are commonly understood concepts, the idea of “volatility term structure” is new to many and can be helpful in trading.
What happened to the traders portrayed in the movie "Floored"? Here are some answers.
In the world of futures trading, the commodity trading firms who focus on the physical world is the plane on which derivatives stand. But who are they?
In January 2015 at a Managed Funds Association conference I presented findings on the apparent relationship between commodity trading advisor (CTA) drawdowns and the Federal Reserve balance sheet, specifically the outright held securities part of it). The theme of the panel, and a subsequent research paper was: “Managed Futures and CTAs — Where are We and What's Next?”
Weather players have had a field day with prices this winter, driving up option premiums. With seasonal fundamentals now set to kick in, the table looks set for put writers.