March 2nd, 2021 Filed under Future Trading News | Comment (0)
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Time to trade June bonds, May silver and May copper as well as May grains.
Stock futures and currencies don’t roll over until mid March and we will send a separate notice.
The recent volatility reminds me of last March, when COVID started.
I have a few points to make:
- Take a look at the below chart from today on the mini NASDAQ this volatility will play both sides and in MY OPINION this is not a market to just buy and hold using futures….You need to be able to react and adjust positions according to market action and sentiment.
- DON’T try to predict tops and bottoms….
- Learn to reduce trading size. Perhaps trade smaller contracts like the micros.
- Understand that loses are part of trading and this is definitely not a good time to “fight the markets”.
- Focus more on risk management and ways to protect certain positions as needed.
- Survive to trade another day.
- LIMITS guidelines visit: https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/equity-index/faq-sp-500-price-limits.html
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