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.
Pete and Frank peruse the platform for opportunities in stocks, crude oil, and interest rates on an active Friday afternoon that finds stocks in the red.
The short holiday week has Frank trading the new highs in both the US dollar and interest rates using Small Exchange futures. He also looks into the price action in crude oil for some day trading.
Another leg lower in Bitcoin has Pete wondering if it's time to buy. He and Frank investigate all their options when trading crypto, then turn to wheat for a slightly bearish strategy as the market hits new highs.
Pete gives his experienced take on why certain futures markets are less liquid than others and helps Frank make an arbitrage trade in Small Crypto futures that takes advantage of illiquidity.
The futures dudes kick off another Futures Measures by betting on the future of Bitcoin and looking at several currency plats. See what side of crypto, currencies, and commodities Pete is on!
As US dollars move through their highs and pot stocks start to wake up from the low levels, Frank takes to the tastyworks platform for some FX and equity trades in both markets.
Pete and Mikey explore opportunities in major stock sectors after experiencing their first down day in weeks, and evaluate the yield curve as it flattens to levels not seen in decades.
Experienced futures traders Pete and Frank open up the platform once again to find British pounds falling fast. The guys look at short-term buys in M6B and yield product S10Y. Then, they size up a long Aussie dollar, short gold play with futures and options.
With the upcoming Fed event about to take place, Pete gives his levels on every asset class! He also talks about why he's willing to hold his crude oil and yield spread positions into the event.
As commodities move back to the highs, Pete looks into some neutral trades in crude oil and bearish strategies in wheat. He and Frank also mine tastyworks for opportunities in interest rates and foreign exchange.
With most equity markets unchanged, Pete and Frank look at selling a +2% Russell while buying either stocks or yields against it. Then, the futures dudes see what they can get cooking in wheat and foreign exchange.
On a volatile, but mixed close to the week, Pete strategizes for the future with 2YR-30YR yield curve spreads and big-small tech stock spreads.
The futures dudes are back in the Bitcoin market looking for two-sided action! After selling yesterday's highs, Pete and Frank look at the opportunity around buying the recent lows.
Day two of the Bitcoin rally has Pete and Frank wondering how high the market can go before falling back on their consistent strategy and trading large moves with strict mechanics.
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