Understanding Futures contracts is no easy feat. Get introduced to the various Futures trading asset classes and the best Futures trading strategies with our expert, Pete Mulmat.
Frank looks for the best value across the yield curve, and adds some trades in US dollars & metals to diversify his portfolio and hedge his long stock and yield exposure.
Futures dudes Pete and Frank show you what a bad bond auction looks like; find trades in yields, USD, and oil; and talk through the relationship between bond prices and interest rates.
Pete and Frank hone in on the under-appreciated metals market for a gold-silver pairs trade. The guys use Small futures and ETF options to construct a cost-effective take on this classic spread.
Pete and Frank measure relative value between stocks, tech stocks, yields, currencies, and crude oil to create a diversified portfolio of pairs trades.
Futures dudes Pete and Frank dive into the huge move in crude oil with a pairs trade against US dollars. The guys talk about ratios, correlations, and historical action to get this new trade on ahead of the long weekend.
With the stoppage in corn futures, Pete talks about limits and what it means for a market to be limit-up. The guys chat trading limit-up markets, and they strategize around future movement in agriculture.
Futures dudes Pete and Frank talk about mean reversion in interest rates. The guys use the S10Y futures to give context on the potential future path for rates of all durations.
Pete answers agriculture questions and Frank guides you through a yield curve steepener and stock spread trade. The guys wrap things up with metals and foreign exchange.
As stocks bounce back to new highs, Pete and Frank size up some new spread trades. The guys make use of Small futures to go back to previously profitable strategies invoking stock and bond futures.
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