Commodity Futures Trading Guide


A Trader’s Guide to Futures 10.07.2021

October 6th, 2021 Filed under Day Trading, Economic Trading, Financial Futures, Future Trading News, Options Trading, Trading Guide | Comment (0)

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Everyone loves an introductory guide to trading futures! Even experienced traders can learn something new or refresh their strategies by reviewing this trader’s guide to futures. If you’re a trader who is interested in branching out from equities or cash FX into futures, this guide will provide a great starting point. If you already know something about futures trading, you can jump to any chapter for a review.  Additionally, you can also go to the back of the booklet and test your knowledge in our helpful Futures Quiz.
Some of the guide sections include:

Who Trades Futures?

What Types of Traders are There?

What Makes Futures Trading Different?

How Does a Trade Work?

How Do I Get Started?

Futures Quiz

Futures Trading Levels

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Support & Resistance Levels 10.07.2021

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Economic Reports, source: 

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Better Trader Reports 10.07.2021

 

This is not a solicitation of any order to buy or sell, but a current market view provided by Cannon Trading Inc. Any statement of facts here in contained are derived from sources believed to be reliable, but are not guaranteed as to accuracy, nor they purport to be complete. No responsibility is assumed with respect to any such statement or with respect to any expression of opinion herein contained. Readers are urged to exercise their own judgement in trading as well as options on futures.


8 Steps to Successful Futures Day-Trading 12-02-2015

December 1st, 2015 Filed under Commodity Trading, Day Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Trading, Options Trading, Trading Guide | Comment (0)

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1. Market Commentary
2. Futures Support and Resistance Levels – S&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Russell 2000, Dollar Index
3. Commodities Support and Resistance Levels – Gold, Euro, Crude Oil, T-Bonds
4. Commodities Support and Resistance Levels – Corn, Wheat, Beans, Silver
5. Futures Economic Reports for Tuesday December 2, 2015

Hello Traders,

For 2015 I would like to wish all of you discipline and patience in your trading!

Wishing all of you a great trading month in December.
My name is Ilan Levy-Mayer and I am the Vice President and Senior Futures Broker at Cannon Trading. I came up with the following personal observations after serving online traders worldwide for more than 17 years.

8 Steps to Successful Day-Trading

The following steps are guides to progress, and are not necessarily in sequential order. Some of them are always required, but each futures trader is different and will relate to these stages in their own ways. While attempting to learn and progress, one must keep in mind that futures trading is risky and can involve significant losses.

1. Education

Hopefully if you are already trading you have completed your initial education: contract specs, trading hours, futures brokers, platforms, the opportunities as well as the risk and need to use risk capital in futures, and so on. Understanding this information is essential to futures trading. The second type of education is ongoing: learning about trading techniques, the evolution of futures markets, different trading tools, and more.

2. Find a System

I am definitely not advising you to go on the web and subscribe to a “black box” system (using buy/sell triggers if don’t know why they are being generated). What I am advising is developing a trading technique: a general set of rules and a trading concept. As you progress, you may want to put the different rules and indicators into a computerized system, but the most important factor is to have a focus and a plan. Don’t just wake up in the morning and trade “blank.”

Top 50 Futures Trading Rules 5.13.2015

May 12th, 2015 Filed under Commodity Brokers, Commodity Trading, Day Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Broker, Futures Trading, futures trading education, Trading Guide | Comment (0)

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1. Market Commentary
2. Futures Support and Resistance Levels – S&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Russell 2000, Dollar Index
3. Commodities Support and Resistance Levels – Gold, Euro, Crude Oil, T-Bonds
4. Commodities Support and Resistance Levels – Corn, Wheat, Beans, Silver
5. Futures Economic Reports for Wednesday May 13, 2015

Hello Traders,

For 2015 I would like to wish all of you discipline and patience in your trading!

Hello Traders,

Top 50 Trading Rules:

Most Common Pitfalls To Avoid When Trading Futures-Commodity Futures

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500 experienced futures brokers were asked what caused most futures traders to lose money when comes to trading futures.

Their answers reflected the trading experience of more than 10,000 futures traders. Download the PDF and find out what they said.

1.) Have a Plan

Many futures traders trade without a plan. They do not define specific risk and profit objectives before trading. Even if they establish a plan, they “second guess” it and don’t stick to it, particularly if the trade is a loss. Consequently, they overtrade and use their equity to the limit (are undercapitalized), which puts them in a squeeze and forces them to liquidate positions. Usually, they liquidate the good trades and keep the bad ones.

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2.) News Factor

Many traders don’t realize the news they hear and read has, in many cases, already been discounted by the market.

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3.) Trade Objectively

After several profitable trades, many speculators become wild and nonconservative. They base their trades on hunches and long shots, rather than sound fundamental and technical reasoning, or put their money into one deal that “can’t fail.”

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4.) Know Your Size

Traders often try to carry too big a position with too little capital and trade too frequently for the size of the account.

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