What is there to do (and trade) when markets slow down? Frank from the small exchange weighs in!
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.
Find out how you might trade the Fed's effect on everything from Treasury yields to stocks, US dollars, and metals.
Ever wonder what actually goes on at Fed, or FOMC, Meetings? Traders Pete and Jermal define it and show you how to trade it.
Follow Jermal and Frank as they talk about volatility's effect on day trading.
Find out how to reduce size and scale to continue finding opportunities in slower markets.
Find out what all this job data means, and learn how active traders use is.
Jermal shows you how to trade futures without that opinion.
Jermal and Pete use price action to trade metals futures.
Check out how these experienced day traders view opportunity in a volatile commodity like crude oil.
Crude oil is still the most consumed energy in the US! Pete and Jermal give you context on how it's used and how they trade it.
The guys take a simple idea concerning stocks, commodities, and cryptocurrencies, and they execute it for $182 in Small futures.
Options guy Jermal walks you through the creative process for his first futures trade!
tastytrade shows you how to hedge, invest, and speculate with futures!
Jermal and Pete walk through why people trade futures, and they give examples that range from producers who hedge corn to small traders who speculate on technology stocks.
Check out how to trade futures from the perspective of a stock and options trader.
Jermal and Pete explain futures access at your brokerage to symbology and onto margins to get you ready to buy futures if you're finally ready to test out a new product type.
Learn about the differences between stocks and traditional futures and find out where Small Exchange futures fit.
tastytrade compares futures contract "specs" to similar concepts when trading stocks.
tastytrade shows you how easy and potentially helpful it can be to trade an expiring product.
Pete and Jermal explain futures expiration and compare it to the similar concept present in options trading.
tastytrade compares futures, stocks, and options to hammer home the consistent exposure and reduced cost of futures relative to the other product types.
Find out how margin on futures works, and learn how to use it for greater efficiency with your capital.
Join Jermal and Frank as they teach futures by comparing them to calls.
Tune into the newest tastytrade program for some definitions on futures, and get a crash course in how futures are traded!
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