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By Daniel P. Collins | September 18, 2015
By Alan Bush, Matt Weller | July 17, 2015
Every trade needs a buyer and a seller.
By Neal Gilbert | May 18, 2015
Despite the insistence by the Reserve Bank of Australia that their currency is overvalued, it continues to grind higher.
By Futures Staff | April 30, 2015
Can U.S. equities maintain a bull market if the U.S. Dollar Index rallies through 100 and remains north of 100 for a significant period of time?
By Lauren Schmidt | January 22, 2015
By Futures Staff | December 19, 2014
So we asked traders, is there still room for a Santa Claus rally this December, or did Santa just fill our equity stockings with coal?
By Skylar Zhang | December 15, 2014
Ever since the credit market crisis in 2008, the world has been in an extraordinary period of central bank intervention. As QE3 comes to an end, analysts are looking to a return to normal. But what is normal?
By Neal Gilbert | November 24, 2014
The start of the short trading week for North America has been rather predictable so far as investors begin looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States.
By Lauren Schmidt | November 4, 2014
Today, Americans will go to the polls in what could be an historic mid-term election.
By Lauren Schmidt | October 22, 2014
Is high frequency algorithmic trading actually making markets more efficient, or is it simply pushing the smaller trader out of the markets?