It's finally time to make futures markets more accessible to more people. Find out how to trade stocks, commodities, and foreign exchange with the efficiency of futures and the simplicity of stocks as Small Stakes guides you through new products offered by the Small Exchange.
Diversifying across multiple asset classes can give you upside potential with less risk. Mike and Frank show you how to diversify using stock & interest rate futures, and Bitcoin.
Day trading can be as simple as the net change in a given moment, and Mikey and Frank show you how to disregard the past while using statistics to trade intraday.
Mikey G explains how a statistical measure such as standard deviation can be used to establish expectations of movement and set trade entry/exit levels for futures.
Prices haven't been better than now to convert USD to euro, yen, and more currencies this year! Find out how to hedge your USD exposure with Small US Dollar futures while prices are at their highs for 2021.
Day trading can present a multitude of new opportunities, but it requires short-term defensive mechanics to result in long-term success. Learn what mechanics to use, and see an example of day trade defense.
Cash settlement allows for easy, simple expiration of your futures contracts, but Frank and Mikey also have some strategy to trade around it. Learn how they grab opportunity right before cash settlement.
Want to trade futures, but need an example to help you get started? Follow along with one of Katie's profitable futures trades to understand entry/exit mechanics and stats on the market.
Foreign exchange trading can seem daunting, but starting with a small and simple product makes all the difference. Jermal and Frank get you started in FX by showing you how to sell Small US Dollar futures.
Looking for a way to trade the "interest rates" you're constantly hearing about? Mikey and Frank give you a beginner's guide to interest rate futures.
Pete and Mikey dive into the many ways of gaining exposure to foreign exchange with futures, ETFs and options then enumerate beginner, intermediate and advanced strategies for trading foreign exchange.
Bonds have long been a niche asset class among traders because of their complexity but with the introduction of Small rate futures, individuals of all account sizes can access opportunities across the yield curve.
Broad stock markets celebrated their highest levels ever on Friday leading many to ask: what should I trade? Get Mikey and Pete's insight into this unique moment and opportunity.
Trading crypto with no mechanics? Get the data around what you should expect when you buy or sell Bitcoin and other crypto markets from Errol and Frank.
Katie and Frank go deep on standard deviations and how they apply them to options and futures strategies. Then, they jump into the platform to show how standard deviation numbers can translate to opportunities in the market.
Our interest rate pros define yield curve inversion and look at three decades of data to find edge in the current curve. Get all your inversion questions answered on today's show, and see if a spread trade is in your future.
Converting your passive investments from ETF shares to futures can free up thousands for diversified, alternative strategies in options and more.
Katie and Frank show you how to translate negative correlations to simple trades with examples spanning stocks, interest rates, commodities, and currencies.
Trading the yield curve has gotten a lot easier thanks to smaller, simpler products. Jermal and Frank show you how to size spreads across the curve.
Cannabis is down so much that Errol and Frank feel compelled to do some investing with Small futures. The guys put down their day trading hats for a day to get into a more formal investment using Small Cannabis futures which only cost $187 in initial margin.
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