“Life outside the ES and NQ” + Levels for 8.25.23
Posted By:- Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
Life outside the ES and NQ
You may recall that I have mentioned this topic before: Some clients find it hard to trade the mini NASDAQ or the mini S&P, among other contracts. My suggestion is to explore other markets and try them out on demo mode. You can trade these contracts in simulated trading and learn about their different personalities, what reports affect them, and how they behave. There are other markets that you can trade and day trade besides the mini S&P and the mini NASDAQ, which I personally like a lot.
I also follow gold, crude oil, treasury bonds, and the Bitcoin and Micro bitcoin futures. There are several other markets that are suitable for both day trading and swing trading, but I prefer to look for volume and liquidity.
How do you get started? Contact one of our experienced brokers who can help you shorten the learning curve and provide you with some guidance.
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