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Trading Levels for Feb. 20th 2018

February 19th, 2018 Filed under Commodity Trading, Future Trading News | Comment (0)

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With the recent volatility, I thought this would be a good share…..

Most Common Pitfalls To Avoid When Trading Futures-Commodity Futures

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.

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https://www.cannontrading.com/tools/education-top-50-futures-trading-rules1

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Futures Trading Levels and Economic Reports for October 15, 2013

October 14th, 2013 Filed under Futures Broker, Futures Trading | Comments Off on Futures Trading Levels and Economic Reports for October 15, 2013

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Hello Traders,

For 2013 I would like to wish all of you discipline and patience in your trading! 

Most Common Pitfalls To Avoid When Trading Futures-Commodity Futures

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 over trade and use their equity to the limit (are under capitalized), which puts them in a squeeze and forces them to liquidate positions. Usually, they liquidate the good trades and keep the bad ones.

2.) News Factor

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

3.) Trade Objectively

After several profitable trades, many speculators become wild and non conservative. 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.”

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.

5.) Don’t Get Greedy when it comes to Trading Futures

Some traders try to “beat the market” by day trading, nervous scalping, and getting greedy.


Futures Trading Levels, Types of Trading Days

March 30th, 2011 Filed under Commodity Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Trading | Comment (0)

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The following is taken from a guide I have written that helps subscribers to my daily chart service. You can have a 2 week free trial to the daily live charts service along with buy/sell triggers and get the full guide along with chart examples, rules and much more by signing up at:

Cannon Trading Inc. Day Trading Webinar

General Notes:
At any given day, one must understand the trading environment that specific day has to offer and adjust their trading style accordingly. In our case it relates more to the size of stops and target based on volatility. Some days the market gives us many opportunities; some not as much; and some days it provides us with mostly risks…….take what the market gives you and not what you want it to give…..

I think if a trader understands early enough what type of trading day it is, he or she can choose which tools from the webinar are most suited for that days trading. If one can do that successfully (which is not easy), I think that is half the battle.

Not taking a trade is better than a bad trade.

My opinion is that there are 3 main types of trading days.

  1. Most common is two sided trading action with swings up and down – this type of trading day is most suitable for the main aspect of this model, which is taking trades based on the arrows.
  2. Strong trending day, mostly one directional – this type of trading day is the least common, many times this will happen on Mondays and maybe 3-5 times a month at most – this type of trading day is most suitable for using the color scheme I have on the charts. Green bars mean strong up trend, red bars mean strong down trend. If you determined that this is a trend day, then use pull backs to enter with the direction of trend and use the parabolic (little dashes) as you trailing stop.
  3. Slow and/ or choppy trading day – this type of trading day is best suited for taking small profits from the market by either using the main model or taking the diamonds as entry signal, and going for quick profits and tight stops.

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Futures Trading Levels and Economic Reports for December 7th 2010

December 7th, 2010 Filed under Future Trading News, Futures Broker, Futures Exchange | Comments Off on Futures Trading Levels and Economic Reports for December 7th 2010

Today was a “slow trading day” when it came to stock indices, which leads me to a good point I would like to make. Most of our day traders, trade the e-mini stock index futures, mostly the mini SP because of its heavy daily volume and exposure.

However, I think that day-traders should be able to follow at least another market, maybe even two additional markets and look for different set up in these markets as well.

Good example from today is the Euro currency. While the mini SP was pretty dead….the Euro had nice range, good volatility and good volume which presents both risks and opportunities for day-traders.

Obviously, before you start trading a new market you should educate yourself on tick size, trading hours, “personality”, when is there more volume in that specific contract etc.

If you do so, I think you will achieve a couple of things, first is diversification. While some days trades in certain market may not work, trades in a different market may provide balance.

Also, if on certain days, certain markets are “sleepy” ( which most day-traders do NOT like), another market may have more action….

As always, do your homework, practice in simulation mode first and make sure you understand the “new contract” you may be trading along with the risks involved.

Below is a screen shot of the Euro Currency from todays webinar session :
( free trial at – https://www.cannontrading.com/tools/intraday-futures-trading-signals )

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Commodities Margins Rising to Cool Markets, November 22nd 2010

November 20th, 2010 Filed under Commodity Brokers | Comment (0)

Have a great weekend and a good, short trading week ahead of Thanksgiving holiday.

Good quick article for your reading pleasure:
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http://www.cnbc.com/id/40274878
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