Trade Futures Using a Simple Spread Strategy

A spread is a basic trading strategy in which a trader buys and sells two contracts, one each of a different but complementary financial instruments. This trade is designed to allow the trader to potentially benefit from the difference in price between the two financial instruments. Read More

Using the Donchian Channel to Measure Volatility

Developed by Richard Donchian, also known as the Father of Trend Following, the Donchian Channel is a moving average indicator that’s simple to use and packed with valuable information.

The Donchian Channel helps identify breakouts or overbought/oversold market conditions and measure overall market volatility. Read More

Trade Futures Based on Seasonal Trends

Have you ever noticed that some products you consume are more readily available during a particular part of the year? Some futures contracts may have seasonal trading trends that could potentially follow a ‘peak’ time of year when the product has historically been used most by consumers and businesses alike. Read More

Trading Forex Online: 4 Questions New Forex Traders Should Ask

Trading the foreign currency exchange market, commonly referred to as Forex, presents new traders with many items for consideration before getting started. These include your approach to select a broker, trading platform and risk management strategy among many more. Below are some initial questions to ask yourself as you prepare for online forex trading.Read More