Jermal knows the stock market like the back of his hand, but he's never traded futures. Join this options pro as he makes the leap into the world of futures with Pete and Frank by his side. Learn how to access the efficiency and novelty of futures through the perspective of a stocks and options trader.
Jermal and Frank walk you through taking advantage of intraday moves in both directions by day trading equity index futures.
Most people know what the S&P 500 is, but few are aware of the many ways to trade it. Jermal and Frank show you how to buy and index with ETFs, options, and futures.
Jermal and Frank give you the why and how of futures roll, and they tease the idea of creating a new strategy around trading the roll for the next episode of The Leap.
Reduce your directional exposure and add diversification with a spread trade, a strategy that can profit from the difference between two markets.
Spread brings two markets into a single trade that speculates on their difference. Jermal and Pete buy and sell markets simultaneously to show you how to spread trade.
One of the worst feelings is being right with your idea and wrong with your trade execution, so Jermal and Frank make sure you get paid if you're right with futures.
Frank and Jermal show you how easy it can be to mitigate overnight risk. Find out if any of their mechanics can help you sleep better at night.
As opportunities for new trades in rates, crude oil, and stocks increase, Jermal and Frank talk about balancing their investments and trades.
Pete and Jermal walk through their views of what they consider a crash and their risk management techniques in those situations.
Frank and Jermal zero in on yesterday's outlier down move in energy prices, and give their takes on how to trade such a rare, large selloff.
Taking losses can sound scary, but sound mechanics make losses less painful--and even helpful!--for futures traders in the long term.
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