Commodities Futures Contracts

Commodities Futures Contracts

7 Things to Know Before you Start Trading Wheat Futures

April 16th, 2018 Filed under Commodity Trading, Future Trading News | Comment (0)

Author: Joseph Easton, Senior Broker at Cannon Trading

  1. The Basics:

There are two types of Wheat most commonly traded…

”Chicago Soft Red Winter (SRW) and KC Hard Red Winter (HRW) are the global industry standards for wheat. Chicago SRW Wheat is the most liquid Wheat futures contract in the world, trading the equivalent of more than 15 million tons each day in 2013–9 ½ times more than the largest European contract. Producers, processors, millers and exporters continue to look to Chicago SRW and KC HRW Wheat for the liquidity that is critical for any risk management solution.

Liquidity means that you can execute positions quickly, effectively and efficiently. Liquidity offers more flexibility in structuring hedging strategies to meet your timing and market needs. And when the world is facing new challenges in Wheat risk management, liquidity provides the security you need in order to respond with confidence” – CME Group

  • Types of  Wheat Futures: Chicago SRW Wheat Futures  and KC HRW Wheat Futures
  • Contract specifications: One contract (5,000 bushels) of deliverable (~ 136 Metric Tons)
  • Common Symbol:  CME Globex: ZW  and CME Globex: KE

Read the rest of this entry »

Have A Questions? Open an account Free Demo Account Free Demo Account


Valid first name is required.
Valid last name is required.
Phone number is required.
E-mail is required.
Message is required.
Phone (USA)
Phone (International)
Our Approach

You and your broker will work together to achieve your trading goals. We develop long term relationships with our clients so that we can grow and improve together.
Learn More About Choosing Cannon

Our Platforms

Please click on one of our platforms below to learn more about them, start a free demo, or open an account.
E-Futures Sierra Charts Firetip (Mac Compatible) RTrader

Doing Business With
See more...