Trader Lists

The 168th OPEC conference ended with a press conference in which the Secretary General announced, unsurprisingly, no change in OPEC policy.
For the typically lackluster mid-December time period, most major markets are still relatively liquid and volatile, and traders continued engagement can be chalked up almost entirely to tomorrow’s landmark FOMC decision.
It is hard to overestimate OPEC policy as the most influential driver of global energy pricing and energy industry success.
We asked traders, "Crude oil has been extremely volatile since dropping 60% in 2014 and swinging 10% in weekly gyrations. Is the low in?"
Since July 2014, the U.S. dollar has advanced more than 20% against other world currencies. To many, having a strong currency might sound like a good thing, and in many respects it is. The dollar’s relative strength is a reflection of the U.S. economy, which continues to improve since the financial crisis.
The United States is producing more crude oil today than it has in over a decade. Exports on coal, natural gas and gasoline are legal. So why, given these factors, is the ban on crude exports still in place? Should the United States lift its ban on crude oil exports?
Entrepreneur James Altucher shares the lessons he learned from his chaotic life as a day trader.
Here are 10 illustrated examples for why both stock and bond markets are ready for to fall. Several of these were articulated in Modern Trader's August cover story: 10 reasons to sell stocks now.
It seems as though 2015 has been the year of potential interest rate hikes.
We asked traders, is the Chinese stock market decline simply a correction or the beginning of a crash?