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Since its inception in 1992, the Globex futures trading system has taken the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) by storm. It has become the preferred method of futures trading for most investors. In fact, numbers indicate that up to 70% of the total trading that takes place at CME is done using the Globex system.
I hope everyone had a fantastic Labor Day weekend. I truly enjoyed myself and was able to have some creativity with my 18 month daughter. I got some new office chairs last week and I finally had time to assemble them during the rainy and windy black Monday here in Canada… Just like a child on their birthday, I tossed the chair parts aside and played with the large boxes with Mirabelle.
If you are interested in getting big returns with options futures trading, it is important that you understand how options futures work. Like all options stock, options futures are derivatives. An option represents the agreement between two parties to make a transaction at a later, specified, date. Like all futures, options futures deal in the predicted value of a given stock.
If you are an avid investor in the futures market, you are probably familiar with futures trading signals. While the old investment standby of Buy Low, Sell High, always applies, however, if often seems as if each investor has their own system and follows their own set of signals.
Every trader knows that the key to making money in the markets is price movement, and forex futures trading is a shining example of how money can be made in movement both up and down. Given the extreme volatility in today’s currency markets, the wide swings that occur every day offer amazing opportunities to turn wisely placed pennies into well-deserved dollars.